Our powerful, 100% online courses are a fast and proven way for anyone to get certified or recertified in CPR/AED or bundled with first aid.
Learning CPR for the first time? Great! Our courses cover all of the major theory and techniques so you’ll get up to speed in no time. Just looking to refresh your existing CPR skills? Our courses work great for that as well. There are no time limits on our training material so you’ll be able to go through what you need and then take the exam as soon as you’re ready.
Since it’s invention and widespread adaptation, CPR has saved many, many lives and turned many potentially life-threatening situations into simple stories that can be shared with friends because there were no serious consequences.
Many people who would otherwise love to learn CPR have been held back by the inconvenience and hassle of traditional, in-person classroom courses. Now our courses provide a fast, convenient alternative to learning this crucial skill.
Here’s how we do it:
Your answers will be graded right away as soon as they are submitted, so if you pass you’ll get an instant printable card sent to your email right away. If not, no worries! Review the appropriate part of the training material and retake the exam when it’s convenient for you. Each one of our courses includes free retakes.
Most of the territory of Nevada is located in the Great Basin region, so it is largely desert and semiarid in nature. Nevada is also called the ‘Silver State’ because of the significance of silver to the state’s economy and history.
Nevada received statehood during the Civil War and is thus referred to sometimes as the ‘Battle Born State’. Nevada is one of the driest states of the US and has six biotic zones named the Alpine, Sub-Alpine, Ponderosa Pine, Pinion –Juniper, Sagebrush and Creosote bush zones. It was 8 days before the Presidential Elections of 1864 that Nevada got its statehood.
As per the United States Census Bureau data, Nevada had a population of 2,758,931, in 2013. It is the 35th most populated state in the United States. This population was a 2.2% increase from 2010 census.
Nevada’s economy is primarily based on tourism, mining and cattle ranching, machinery, printing and publishing, food processing and electric equipment. According to the 2010 Bureau of Economic Analysis, the state product of Nevada was $126 billion. Also, Nevada is one of the few states that does not have personal income tax or corporate income tax.
Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Reno, Sunrise Manor, Paradise, Spring Valley, Enterprise, Sparks and Carson City