Minnesota CPR/AED & First Aid Certification Courses

100% Online Courses Accepted Anywhere in Minnesota and Nationally

Welcome to our site! Our founders started this business with the goal of making it easy and convenient to learn CPR anywhere. Several years later our courses have been used by thousands of customers in Minnesota and throughout the country to learn CPR.

Based on the official guidelines from both the Red Cross and the AHA, each course we offer includes everything you need to pass the exam and earn your card. Best of all, each course is completely online, so you can take it entirely on your phone or computer, whichever you prefer.

Now Offering Both CPR/AED and First Aid Courses

We offer two main courses: CPR/AED, and CPR/AED bundled with First Aid. Whichever course you select, you’ll learn up to date theory and techniques presented in an easy-to-understand format that you can complete on your own time and pace.

For your confidence in the material, all courses include a 100% satisfaction guaranteed warranty. In addition to that, we are one of the few online emergency training companies who provide support by phone in addition to email. If you have any questions either before or after purchasing one of our courses, give us a call and we’ll be happy to answer them for you!

If you’ve been putting off learning CPR, now is your chance! If you’re not sure if our courses are for you, give us a call and we can tell you more about them and help you decide.


Minnesota is called the “Land of ten thousand lakes” and its name originated from the Dakota translation of “clear blue water”. Minnesota was established as a state in 1858, partly from the Minnesota and Wisconsin territories. The state has a sizeable area of dense, deciduous forests.

The earliest industries in Minnesota were agriculture and fur trading. In fact, agricultural products like soybeans, corn, sugar beets, peas and sweet corn are still important parts of the state’s economy up until this day. Iron ore mining and timber production are also key economic drivers.

The state had a population of about 5.4 million in 2012 per estimates from the US Census Bureau, which is a 1.4% increase over 2010 figures. Minnesota has multiple minority groups including African Americans, Native Americans, Asians and Pacific Islanders. Interestingly, approximately 70% of the locals can trace back their ancestry to German and Scandinavian roots. More than half the population resides in the Minneapolis and Saint Paul areas.


Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Rochester, Bloomington, Duluth, Brooklyn Park, Plymouth, St. Cloud, Woodbury and Eagan


  1. Hennepin County
  2. Ramsey County
  3. Dakota County
  4. Anoka County
  5. Washington County
  6. Saint Louis County
  7. Stearns County
  8. Olmsted County
  9. Scott County
  10. Wright County