New Hampshire CPR/AED & First Aid Certification Courses

Get trained in CPR and First Aid from the convenience of your own home or any location in New Hampshire with Internet access. Our courses are completely web-based and you can complete them anywhere with a computer, laptop or mobile device such as a phone or tablet.

Backed by a 100% satisfaction guaranteed warranty, each course is entirely web-based, which means it has everything that you will need to prepare for the exam, take the online exam and earn your card showing proof of course completion.


We all know at this point the value of CPR. In spite of its proven effectiveness, many people put it off because traditional courses are a hassle. Nobody wants to take time out of their schedule to go to a community college or similar location and take a 4 hour in-person course.

We eliminate the headaches and hassles with our proven 3 step process:

  1. Choose your course and then complete our simple sign-up and purchase process. You can use your laptop or computer for this, or your phone or tablet if you prefer. Upon finishing the sign up process you’ll get access right away to all course materials.
  2. Go through the included online training material and spend as much time as it takes to really feel comfortable with the material.
  3. Take the online exam for your course. There’s no time limit and you can begin the exam whenever you want, so there’s no pressure on you like there is with traditional in-person exams. Each course also includes free retakes in case you need to retake the exam.

As soon as you pass we will email you an instant provider card. You can print this card (or keep the PDF of it on your phone) to show that you successfully passed your course.


New Hampshire, one of the 13 original states that became the United States, was the first British North American Colony to establish independent government in 1776. Later on, in June 1788 it became the 9th state to ratify the United States Constitution. New Hampshire is the first state to have its own State Constitution.

New Hampshire does not have sales tax nor is there any income tax. The license plate in New Hampshire carries the state message of ‘LIVE FREE or DIE”. Because of its richness in granite formation and quarries, it is also known as ‘Granite State’.

New Hampshire has a humid continental climate. Summers are warm and humid and winters are wet and cold. According to the estimate of The Bureau of Economic Analysis, in 2008 the state product was $60 billion, which makes New Hampshire rank 40th in the US in total economic output.


Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Dover, Rochester, Keene, Portsmouth, Laconia, Claremont and Lebanon.


  1. Belknap County
  2. Carroll County
  3. Cheshire County
  4. Coos County
  5. Grafton County
  6. Hillsborough County
  7. Merrimack County
  8. Rockingham County
  9. Strafford County
  10. Sullivan County