Montana CPR/AED & First Aid Certification Courses

Get Certified or Recertified Anywhere in Montana

Our fast online courses are accepted anywhere in the United States, including throughout all of Montana. Designed for both business professionals and the general public, we have replaced the hassle and boredom of traditional courses with a quick, effective process to learn CPR.

Written by a team of medical professionals according to guidelines from both the AHA and the Red Cross, you’ll learn the latest techniques, procedures and guidelines.


The value of knowing CPR cannot be overstated, as it has saved many lives in the previous decades and will continue to do so into the future. The more people who know CPR, the more emergency situations can be effectively handled and lives can be saved.

Our courses can be used if you’ve never learned CPR before and you want to be initially certified, or if you just want to brush up on your skills and you’re looking for recertification.

Some courses sold online today require additional study material to be purchased with the course. Our courses include absolutely everything you’ll need to complete them.

You’ll receive comprehensive online training material that covers everything on the exam, plus an online exam designed to test your knowledge of core concepts and techniques, plus free retakes for the exam if you don’t pass the first time, plus an instant card you can use to show proof of completion.


Montana became a state in 1889. The word Montana is derived from a Spanish word meaning mountain. Montana has been called “Land of the Shining Mountains”. Numerous mountain ranges are found in the western part of Montana, which is part of the Rocky Mountains. River valleys between the mountain ranges speak of surreal beauty.

The economy is mainly based on agriculture which includes farming of cereal grains and ranching. Other large industries in the state include tourism, lumber, oil and gas. Montana ranks 3rd in the country in beer microbrewing. Gold, silver and coal reserves have encouraged mining too. Tourism is also a major contributor to the state economy and the famous Yellowstone National Park and the Glacier National Park attract millions of tourists every year.

As per the US Census Bureau, the population of Montana was estimated at more than one million in 2013, a 2.6 % growth over the 2010 census. 6.3% of the population is Native Americans, and the most commonly used languages are English and Spanish.


Billings, Missoula, Great Falls, Bozeman, Butte, Helena, Kalispell, Havre, Anaconda and Miles City


  1. Yellowstone County
  2. Missoula County
  3. Flathead County
  4. Gallatin County
  5. Cascade County
  6. Lewis County
  7. Clark County
  8. Ravalli County
  9. Silver Bow County
  10. Lake, Lincoln