For anyone in New Orleans, Shreveport or elsewhere in Louisiana, we make learning CPR fast and easy with our 100% online courses that can be taken anywhere and completed via computer or mobile device (i.e. phone, tablet, etc.).
100% online means each course is entirely web-based, from the online training material that includes everything needed to pass, to the online exam with free retakes and automatic grading system, to the instant certification delivered by email as soon as you pass.
To ensure course quality and accuracy, each course we offer is based on the guidelines from the AHA and the Red Cross. You can now learn CPR on your own time and schedule whenever is convenient for you!
Traditional courses are taught in a classroom and normally take about 4 hours of classroom time to complete from start to finish. This is an inconvenience to many, if not most, busy modern schedules and is the reason that CPR knowledge is not more common than it is, even though its benefits have been clearly established for quite some time.
We eliminate the hassle with a fast, 3 step process:
Upon submitting your answers, they will be graded automatically and you’ll receive an instant certification card in your email.
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 state’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 territory in 1803. Cotton, dairy products, soybeans and seafood production all form a significant part of Louisiana’s economy. Tourism is also a significant revenue earner for the state. As per the US Census Bureau, Louisiana had a population of about 4.5 million in 2013, a 2% increase over the 2010 census. The most populated parish is East Baton Rouge Parish.
New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Metairie, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Kenner, Bossier City, Monroe and Alexandria