Nebraska CPR/AED & First Aid Certification Courses

Learn CPR in an Hour or So with Our Fast 100% Online Courses

You can now use your computer, laptop or mobile device like a phone or tablet to easily get your CPR card! Our courses are intended both for those who’ve learned CPR before and those with no previous knowledge.

You’ll learn the current guidelines and recommendations from both the AHA and the Red Cross presented in a clear, easy-to-understand format. Many of our customers use their phone to handle the entire process, from initial purchase, to studying the online training material, to taking the exam and then receiving their course completion card.

We Make it Easy to Earn Your Card in CPR/AED or Bundled with First Aid

We all know how important CPR is and that it’s saved many, many lives since it was initially started. The more people know CPR the more lives can be saved and emergency situations quickly handled with no long-term damage (or death) to the victims.

Our process makes it extremely easy to both learn and get your card:

  1. To begin, select the course you’d like and complete our fast sign up/purchase process. We accept all major payment methods to make it easy to pay for your course, and our purchase process works both on your computer or laptop or on a phone if that’s easier for you.
  2. You’ll get access to the online training material for your course as soon as your purchase has been completed. Spend however much time it takes going through the material until you’re comfortable with it and you feel like you’re ready to take the exam.
  3. Take the online exam. Just like the training material, we don’t time you or give you a certain amount of time you have to complete the exam in. Take as long as you need and submit your answers when you’re done.

You’ll get an instant card by email as soon as you pass. You can keep this on your computer or phone, or print it out if you prefer. That’s it!


Nebraska, located between the Great Plains and the Midwestern United States, is known for its temperature extremes. This state is also famous for treeless grassland that are ideal for raising cattle in large numbers.

Apart from freight transport, manufacturing, telecommunication IT & insurance, Nebraska is also a major producer of beef, pork, corn and soybeans. Among all the US states, Nebraska has the largest per-capita population of Czech Americans. However, ethnically, most Nebraskans are German American.

It was on May 30, 1854 when US Congress created the Nebraska territory, and on March 1, 1867 Nebraska became the 37th state. South Dakota, Lowa, Missouri, Kansas, and Colorado border the state. Nebraska represents two major climatic zones – the eastern half has a humid continental climate whereas the western half a semi-arid climate.

Nebraska ranks 43rd in terms of density of population and in terms of population it stands 37th in the US. As per the U.S. Census Bureau data, in 2013 Nebraska’s population was 1,868,516.


Omaha, Lincoln, Bellevue, Grand Island, Kearney, Fremont, Hastings, North Platte, Norfolk and Columbus.


  1. Douglas County
  2. Lancaster County
  3. Sarpy County
  4. Hall County
  5. Buffalo County
  6. Dodge County
  7. Adams County
  8. Lincoln County
  9. Madison County
  10. Platte County