Working professionals in Arkansas! Need a fast way to get CPR/AED first aid certified or recertified? Check out our online courses that can be completed 24/7 with nothing else required!
That’s right – our web-based courses include everything you need with no books needed. Traditional CPR courses take 4 hours of in-person training in order to complete. Our courses eliminate the inconvenience and allow anyone to learn CPR on their time.
Nobody wants to be in an emergency situation without the knowledge and skill to give the victim every opportunity to be be okay. Our courses are based on current guidelines and best practices and we make it easy to get your skills up to speed.
Plus, all courses are guaranteed for your peace of mind. And we offer real support – give us a call or send us an email and we’ll get right back to you to answer any questions you have.
Our process for each course is fast and easy. Go through the study material on your own town on your computer, phone or other mobile device. When you’re ready, take the test. As soon as you pass, get instant proof sent to your email. That’s it!
We do not resell or license courses from another company. Our CPR Solutions courses were created by our team of experienced medical professionals and follow current AHA and Red Cross guidelines.
Come try our courses from work, home or anywhere else, any time of day. Our first aid classes are accepted nationwide and make CPR convenient for the busy working professional.
Arkansas, located in the Southern region of the United States, is known as ‘the Natural State’. The capital is Little Rock, which is in the central region of the State. Spaniard ‘Hernando de Soto’ was the first European to visit this region in the 16th century, but Frenchman ‘Henri de Tonti’ in 1686 founded the first settlement. It was admitted to the Union as the 25th state on June 15, 1836. The economy of the state is based upon aircraft, poultry, steel and tourism, in addition to farming both cotton and rice.
The population of Arkansas, as per the U.S Census Bureau, in 2000 was 2,673,400. It rose to 2,949,131 in 2012; an increase of 1.1%. From 2000 to 2012, the increase in Arizona’s population (births minus death) was 52,214. Net migration (in-migration minus out-migration) was 57,611 people.
Little Rock, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Springdale, Jonesboro, North Little Rock, Conway, Rogers, Pine Bluff and Bentonville