If you’re looking for a fast and convenient way to learn CPR, our online courses are just what you’re looking for!
Based on current guidelines from the AHA and Red Cross, our courses are available for both CPR/AED as well as CPR/AED bundled with First Aid. Each course is a completely online course, so you can complete the entire thing from your computer or phone and receive your card by email as soon as you pass.
To ensure quality of the material, our courses were written by professional medical writers so the information is presented in a thorough manner but it also designed to be easy to read and understand. Now there’s an easy way to learn CPR in Iowa, whether you’re in Des Moines, Davenport, Cedar Rapids or anywhere else!
It is an acknowledged fact today that CPR can save lifes and that knowing CPR is an important skill for anyone involved with the public in their job (or anyone in general who wants to be proactive – many of our customers are parents).
We include a satisfaction guarantee to back up each of our courses so you can be confident in purchasing from us. If you have any questions either before or after you purchase a course, give us a call or email us! We’ll actually respond, unlike many of our competitors.
3 steps to get certified or recertified:
If you pass the exam, you’ll get an email right away with your printable card. If not, don’t worry – each course includes free exam retakes. Simply study the appropriate part(s) of the online training material and take the exam again when it’s convenient for you.
Iowa, nicknamed the Hawkeye State, is located in the Midwestern region of the United States. The state is named after the Iowa River, which was named after an Indian tribe call the Ioway. It entered into the Union on December 28, 1846, as the 29th state. It is the only state in the US whose eastern and western borders are formed entirely by rivers. It is said to be one of the safest states to live. Its major industries are non-electrical machinery, printing and publishing, food and associated products, electrical equipment and fabricated products. French explorers Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet were the first Europeans to visit this region in 1673.
As per the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Iowa in 2000 was 2,926,324. It rose to 3,090,416 in 2013; an increase of 1.4 % as compared to 3,046,355 in 2010. In 2007, there was a natural increase of 53,706 people (that is 197,163 births minus 143,457 deaths). There was a decrease in net immigration, which was 11,754.
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