Atlanta professionals, or anyone who wants to learn CPR, now have a convenient way to learn and get certified on their own time and pace!
We are proud to offer 100% online courses to get certified or recertified. Our courses include everything you need with no books required, and can be used by anyone in Georgia interested in learning this important skill.
Forget about boring 4-hour in-person classes! We make it simple and straightforward to get certified in courses like AED, CPR or first aid certification. Our courses are all written by trained medical professional writers, so the information is presented in an easy-to-understand format and is consistent with current guidelines from the AHA and Red Cross.
Nobody wants to be caught in an emergency situation without the skill and knowledge to give the victim the best chance at pulling through and being okay. Don’t let this happen to you! With our online classes you can easily get certified or recertified and be confident you can properly respond in an emergency situation.
Backed by a satisfaction guaranteed warranty, you can be confident in the training you receive from one of our courses. Plus, if you have any questions you can simply contact one of our medical advisors by phone or email. We’ll be happy to answer any questions for you!
Our process is fast and easy:
As soon as you pass we’ll email you a CPR/AED course email pass verification.
When you choose one of our courses you get a complete course with nothing else needed that can be taken on your computer or mobile device anywhere with Internet access.
Our courses don’t waste your time with needlessly complicated material. From start to finish, it takes about an hour to learn the material, pass the exam and get your certificate of completion.
As 100% courses, you can literally purchase, study and pass the exam wherever you are at any time of day.
All courses follow the current AHA and Red Cross guidelines.
Georgia, nicknamed the Peach State and the Empire State of the South, is located in the Southeastern United States. It got its name from King George II of Great Britain. It entered into the Union on January 2, 1788 as the 4th state. It is the 8th most populous state in the US. Atlanta is the capital and the largest city in the state.
The major products manufactured in Georgia are transportation equipment, paper and lumber, food products, chemicals and apparel. It is a leader in the production of barite, marble, kaolin and bauxite. A Spanish explorer named Hernando de Soto, first travelled to parts of Georgia in 1540.
As per the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Georgia in 2000 was 8,186,453. It rose to 9,992,167 in 2013, which was an increase of 3.1% as compared to 9,687,653 in 2010. From the year 2010 to 2013 there was a natural increase of 438,939 people (that is 849,414 births minus 410,475 deaths). The net immigration figure was 606,673.
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