Renew your CPR Certification Online

Online CPR course takes 1–2 hours

Note: Prices are in USD, CPR-C course will be mentioned as BLS

... or see first-time certification and our other courses

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This course includes: 8 Category 1 CME credits, all course materials, guaranteed acceptance anywhere in North America, 100% money back guarantee. Our ACLS, PALS & BLS courses follow 2020 American Heart Association® Guidelines for CPR and ECC.

Everything you need to pass CPR course

1 First Step
Print or read study materials online

All study material is included, you have a choice to read it online or print it. We also include a skills test sheet (optional) for in-hospital skills check.

2 Second step
Pass the online exam

The test is a multiple-choice format and evaluates both skills and cognitive knowledge. Our pass rate is over 95% on the first or second try.

3 Third step
Provider card

Once you pass the exam it is immediately emailed to you. The card does not say "online" on it. The hard copy card is also mailed if requested.

The self-directed training provided by our online course eliminates the hassle of working around a classroom schedule. In addition, it is just as effective as any other conventional instructor-led training as stated by AHA* :

Studies comparing self-study or video instruction with instructor-led training show no significant difference in performance results.

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FAQ

No skills test required

Skills Test is not necessary for CPR courses. For in-hospital providers, skills testing is strictly optional.

We provide the skills form and you'd schedule locally with a paramedic, or someone else that your supervisor recommends.

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* Raina M. Merchant, Alexis A. Topjian, Ashish R. Panchal, Adam Cheng, Khalid Aziz, Katherine M. Berg, Eric J. Lavonas, David J. Magid, and On behalf of the Adult Basic and Advanced Life Support, Pediatric Basic and Advanced Life Support, Neonatal Life Support, Resuscitation Education Science, and Systems of Care Writing Groups. "Part 1: Executive Summary: 2020 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care". Circulation. 2020;142:S337–S357.

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