Missouri CPR/AED & First Aid Certification Courses

Fast, Online Courses for Today’s Busy Schedules

Designed for fast-paced modern schedules, our online courses allow anybody to learn CPR and earn a card from the convenience of their computer or mobile device.

With no requirement for in-person training or hands-on skills testing, our courses are 100% online and can be completed entirely on your computer, phone or tablet.

Each course we offer is based on guidelines from the Red Cross and AHA, so the material you will learn is up-to-date with current best practices and recommendations from top industry organizations.

Now Offering Both CPR/AED and Bundled with First Aid

We offer several different courses based on what you are looking for. For CPR certification or recertification, we offer a CPR-only course. You can use this course to certify or recertify.

We also offer a CPR course that is bundled with First Aid and can also be used for initial certification or recertification.

Both courses are all-inclusive, which means each one includes everything you will need to learn the course material and earn your card. As soon as you pass the course exam you’ll receive an instant card by email that can be printed for immediate proof of completion.

Professional Support by Phone or Email, Plus a Full Satisfaction Guarantee

If you have some questions about our company or courses, feel free to call or email us and we’ll answer them for you. Once you purchase a course, if you have questions going through the material we will be happy to answer those for you as well. We also include a satisfaction guaranteed warranty with each course for your peace of mind.


The area that is now Missouri was purchased from France. A portion of that purchased area became part of the union in 1821 as the 24th state. The state is named after the Missouri river and the Missouri Indians.

The Missouri river divides the geography of the state into two regions – the northern part is mainly plains while the southern part includes a large plateau called the Ozark Mountains. Three of the large North American rivers flow through the state: the Mississippi, Missouri and Ohio rivers.

Missouri was estimated to have a population of nearly six million in 2013, a 1% increase over 2010. This includes both a natural increase of people as well as people who migrated from other states and from outside the country.


Kansas City, St. Louis, Springfield, Independence, Columbia, St. Joseph, Lee’s Summit, O’Fallon, Saint Charles and Saint Peters


  1. Saint Louis County
  2. Jackson County
  3. Saint Charles County
  4. Saint Louis County
  5. Greene County
  6. Clay County
  7. Jefferson County
  8. Boone County
  9. Jasper County
  10. Franklin County