We offer online courses for CPR that can be used both for initial certification as well as recertification by anyone in Honolulu or anywhere else in Hawaii.
As true, 100% online courses, each one includes everything you’ll need from start to finish. We’re all familiar with the old-fashioned, in-person courses – they’re terrible and inconvenient for busy modern schedules. We make learning CPR/AED easy, whether you’re just looking to brush up on your knowledge or you’ve never taken a CPR class.
All courses are current with both AHA and Red Cross guidelines to make sure your knowledge is up to date.
While CPR can be learned quickly, no one wants to be caught in a situation where they did not know it and that knowledge could have helped a victim in an emergency situation. Our courses eliminate the hassle of traditional ones so anyone can now learn this important skill on their own time.
We back each course with a complete satisfaction guarantee for your peace of mind. Got questions either before you purchase or as you’re working through the material? No problem! We offer fast, friendly support by phone or email and we’ll be happy to answer your questions for you.
Here’s how our process works:
As soon as you pass you’ll get a CPR/AED course pass verification in your email! That’s it – and our courses can be taken and completed at any time so you can do them whenever you like.
Our courses are unique to us and were built by us to fit into busy modern schedules. Each course was written by a team of professional medical writers in accordance with current guidelines from the AHA and Red Cross.
We made a special effort in building our courses to keep them as time-efficient as possible. You’ll learn the material you need to know but you want have to waste time learning unrelated or out-of-date information as in some other courses.
Hawaii, nicknamed the Aloha State, is located in Oceania and is the only US state made up entirely of islands. How it got its name is still unknown, although people suggest different reasons for that.
It entered into the Union on August 21, 1959 and is the 50th state. It is the 8 th smallest and 13th most densely populated state in the US. It encompasses the entire volcanic Hawaiian Archipelago, which comprises hundreds of islands over 1,500 miles. Pineapple, cane sugar, flowers, coffee beans and bananas are its chief products. Tourism is a major source of revenue for Hawaii. It was first visited by a British captain named James Cook in 1778 and named the Sandwich Islands.
As per the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Hawaii in 2000 was 1,211,537. It rose to 1,404,054 in 2013. This was an increase of 3.2% as compared to 1,360,301 in 2010. From the year 2000 to 2005 there was a natural increase of 48,111 people (that is 96,028 births minus 47,917 deaths). Net immigration was 606,673.
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