Connecticut CPR/AED & First Aid Certification Courses

About Our Courses

Are you a professional in Bridgeport, CT looking for a fast, easy way to earn your CPR/AED card? Our web-based courses make it a simple, straightforward process you can complete at any time.

When we say our courses are web-based, that means that they are 100% online so you won’t need any books or other training material. Our courses completely eliminate the need for outdated, traditional in-person courses. The professional medical writers who wrote our online training programs followed all AHA guidelines so the material is current and up-to-date.


In order to save lives in emergency situations, it is extremely important to be knowledgeable in CPR/AED. Don’t put off learning this critical information any longer!

If you’re concerned about quality, we provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee for all our courses. We want you to be satisfied with the course content, presentation and overall quality of the training experience.

When you register for any course we offer you’ll have access to the online manual and test. Read through the manual at your pace until you feel confident in your understanding of the important information. Then, whenever you’re ready, simply take the online exam. Right after you pass you’ll receive a CPR/AED course email pass verification in your email.

Our online courses can truly be taken any time, day or night, so busy schedules are no longer an excuse not to learn CPR!

Course Background and Information

Our exclusive programs for online CPR/AED were created by our company, CPR Solutions, and follow the guidelines set up by AHA.

In general, most people who take one of our courses can successfully complete it in about an hour or so.

Whether you’re at work, home, school or anywhere else, come try out out one of  our courses! Our first aid classes are accepted nationwide and are convenient for the busy working professional.


Connecticut, a southernmost state in the northeastern region of the United States, is named after the Connecticut River, which approximately bisects the state. It is the third smallest state by area and the 29th most populous. It was first explored by a Dutch navigator, Adriaen Block. It was admitted to the Union as the 5th State on January 9, 1788. The State produces weapons, sewing machines, jet engines, motors, helicopters, tools, cutlery, silverware and submarines.

The population of Connecticut, as per the U.S Census Bureau, in 2000 was 3,405,565. It rose to 3,596,080 in 2013; an increase of 0.6% from 3,574,097 in 2010. From 2010 to 2012, the increase in Connecticut’s population (births minus death) was 67,427. Net migration (in-migration minus out-migration) was 41,718 people.


Bridgeport, New Haven, Stamford, Hartford, Waterbury, Norwalk, Danbury, New Britain, West Hartford and Bristol


  1. Tolland County
  2. Middlesex County
  3. Fairfield County
  4. Litchfield County
  5. New London County
  6. Hartford County
  7. New Haven County
  8. Windham County