Offering convenient 24/7 accessibility on any computer or mobile device with Internet access, our online courses make learning CPR a snap for today’s modern schedules.
Each course is all-inclusive so you won’t need anything else to learn the material and earn your card. Plus, our automatic grading system and instant email cards mean that you’ll get proof of course completion as soon as you pass!
Each course we offer was written entirely by trained medical writers and all material is based on AHA and Red Cross guidelines, so you can be confidence in its accuracy and completeness.
Many people who would otherwise love to know CPR still put it off to this day because of the inconvenience of old-fashioned in person courses. Our fast, 3-step process can be completed entirely by computer so you learn on your time whenever it’s convenient for you.
We are also one of the few providers offering a satisfaction guarantee with all of our courses. Have a question or an issue with a course either before or after purchase? No problem! Just let us know and we’ll take care of it for you.
Here’s how easy we make it for you:
If you pass we’ll email you an instant printable card you can use for proof of completion. If not, just study the training guide where appropriate and retake the exam. Free retakes are included with all of our courses.
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Maryland had a population of about 6 million in 2013 per the US census Bureau. The increase of 2.7% over 2011 figure can be mainly attributed to the higher number of immigrants coming into the state.
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