Designed for professionals in Boise or anywhere else in Idaho, we make learning CPR fast, easy and something anyone can do regardless of their schedule.
Whereas traditional courses require hours-long in-person training, our courses are entirely web-based and can be taken anywhere with a computer or mobile device and Internet access.
You’ll learn current best-practices and theory from the AHA and Red Cross, written by professional medical writers so they’re simple and easy to understand.
Don’t be caught in a life-threatening situation without the proper skills and knowledge to help the victim. Whether you’ve learned CPR before and just want to brush up on your skills or you’re brand new to it, we make it fast and easy so you’ll be ready for whatever situation life throws your way.
Our courses all include a comprehensive guarantee that you’ll be satisfied with the course and its contents. We also offer complete support both before and after purchase so if you have a question or two for us, just let us know by phone or email and we’ll be happy to help you out.
These are the basic 3 steps for our courses:
We’ll grade your exam as soon as it’s submitted with our automatic grading system. If you pass you’ll receive a CPR/AED course completion verification by email. If not, we include free retakes so you can study the training material where appropriate and retake the exam when you’re ready.
We created our courses to try and eliminate the hassles of traditional CPR education and make it so anyone can learn this important skillset. Most customers complete our courses from start to finish in about an hour or so.
For customers purchasing courses for work, our courses are accepted both in the United States and internationally.
Idaho, nicknamed the Gem State, is located in the Northwestern region of United States. The origin of the name given to the state or its meaning is still unknown. It entered into the Union on July 3, 1890, as the 43rd state. It is the 14th largest and 39th most populous state of the US. Boise is the capital and the largest city in the state. Agriculture is the most important industry. The state has lots of mines for silver, lead, garnet, zinc, antimony, cobalt, phosphate rock and vanadium. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark (the famous Lewis and Clark expedition) first explored this region in 1805-1806.
As per the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Idaho in 2000 was 1,293,953. It rose to 1,612,136 in 2013; an increase of 2.8% as compared to 1,567,582.in 2010. From the year 2000 to 2005 there was a natural increase of 58,884 people (that is 111,131 births minus 52,247 deaths). Net immigration was 75,795.
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