Professionals who are living in the state of Louisiana and are interested in becoming CPR/AED certification certified experts or want to be recertified can do so at their own pace and time with our 24/7 courses.
With our 100% online CPR classoffered in New Orleans those who are in need of CPR certification donâ€™t have to attend the 4-hour CPR/AED classes in order to be certified in AED, CPR or first aid certification. This program was designed by physicians trained in AHA and practicing in the state. The CPR certification courses are ranked first among the training providers of online courses.
It is extremely important to be certified in CPR/AED in order to save lives. What needs to be done is to just sign up to get your CPR/AED online training with CPR solutions in the city of Shreveport.
The CPR/AED classes held by us has a 100% guarantee. The sole aim of our course is that you should be satisfied with the courses and training offered as this was created by physicians from Louisiana.
Those who are residing in Baton Rouge canregister with our online CPR certification or CPR recertification classes at your convenience. You can start the online manual and then take the exam after you have completely studied the CPR/AED course material.
Working professionals in Metairie thatand are looking for CPR courses can take our online CPR/AED classes at any time of the day or night for recertification and certification.
We have designed this exclusive online CPR/AED first aid classesthat follow the guidelines set up by 2010 AHA manual. Those who enroll themselves in this web-based designing program in Lake Charles can be trained in an hour.
When you pass the first aid CPR/AED certification course an email will be sent to you with instant certification card. First aid classes are also offered by our program for your training needs.
Louisiana is situated in the southern part of the USA. Here counties are known as parishes. Sediments deposited by the Mississippi river formed a large part of this stateâ€™s land. Louisiana has a multicultural background because Spanish, French, African and Native American people have settled here over the years. Spaniards were the first Europeans to undertake an expedition to Louisiana in 1528, followed by the French in the late 17th century. The region was named Louisiana in 1682 by Robert Cavalier de La Salle, a French explorer, and was purchased as an American region in 1803.
Cotton, dairy products, soybeans and seafood production forms a significant part of Louisianaâ€™s economy. Tourism is also a revenue earner for the state.
As per US Census Bureau, Louisiana had a population of about 4.5 million in 2013, a 2% increment over 2010 census. The most populated parish is East Baton Rouge Parish. The 2011 census had recorded that 5.4% of the population was of Hispanic origin.
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