Been putting off learning CPR because you need a course that fits into your busy schedule? Our courses were designed for people just like you and make the entire process easy and convenient.
We live in a connected age where most people are connected to the Internet all day through phones and/or computers. Our 100% online courses were made to be easy to complete on any kind of device you use to connect to the Internet: computer, phone, tablet, etc. You can use whatever is convenient for you to purchase your desired course, study the training material, pass the exam and get your proof of completion.
We eliminate the need for boring in-person classes and bring learning CPR into the 21st century, whether you’re in Indianapolis, Evansville or anywhere else in Indiana.
Knowing CPR and being able to properly apply it to a victim in an emergency situation can be the difference between life and death. Busy schedules are no longer a reason to put off learning this important skill with our entirely web-based courses.
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Here’s how our courses work:
As soon as you pass the exam our system will send you an email with your instant printable card.
Indiana, nicknamed The Hoosier State, is located in the Midwestern and Great Lakes region of the United States. It entered into the Union on December 11, 1816, as the 19th state. It is the 38th largest by area and 16th most populous state of the US. Indianapolis is the capital and the largest city in the state. It has several major sports team and is host to athletic events like the NFLs Indianapolis Colts, the WNBAs Indiana Fever and the Brickyard 400 motorsports race. The meaning of the name of the state is ‘Land of the Indians’. French explorer Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle was the first European to come to this region in 1679.
As per the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Indiana in 2000 was 6,080,485. It rose to 6,570,902 in 2013, registering an increase of 1.3% as compared to 6,483,802.in 2010. The population density of the state, as per the 2010 census, was 181.0 persons per square mile, which is the 16th highest in the United States.
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