If you’ve been thinking about getting certified or recertified in CPR, our online courses make it fast, easy and convenient.
Our courses are true, 100% online courses so you won’t need anything else. No books, training material or traditional study guides. Instead, each course includes all required training material in a convenient online format, plus an online exam with free retakes, plus instant proof of course completion sent by email as soon as you pass!
To ensure accuracy and quality, each course was written by a professional medical writer and all material is based on current guidelines from the AHA and Red Cross. Whether you’re in Chicago, Rockford, or anywhere else in Illinois, our courses get rid of the headache of old fashioned courses and make learning CPR easy.
The importance of CPR has been proven time and time again in emergency situations. Don’t be caught in a life-threatening situation without the knowledge and skills you need to properly help the victim!
Our courses are available for both CPR/AED on its own, and bundled with First Aid. All courses present the material in an easy-to-learn format and can be completed on a desktop computer, laptop computer, or mobile device with Internet access. All courses come with a satisfaction guarantee.
We use a simple 3-step process:
When you pass the exam, you’ll get an instant email that includes your proof of course completion.
Illinois, nicknamed the Prairie State, is located in the Midwestern region of United States. The origin of the name is from an Algonquin Indian word which means ‘tribe of superior men’. It entered into the Union on December 3, 1818, as the 21st state. It is the 25th most extensive and 5 th most populous state in the US. Its major airport, O’ Hare International Airport, is said to be one of the busiest airports in the world. It is also noted as the microcosm of the entire country. It a large producer of oil, agriculture and coal. It also produces iron and steel, chemicals and computer equipment. Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet were some of the first European explorers of this region in 1673.
As per the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Illinois in 2000 was 12,419,293. It rose to 12,882,135 in 2013, which is an increase of 0.3% as compared to 12,830,632 in 2010. Chicago is the most populous city of the state comprising 23.3% of the total population of Illinois according to the 2000 census.
Chicago, Aurora, Rockford, Joliet, Naperville, Springfield, Peoria, Elgin, Waukegan and Cicero