Online CPR – It’s Not What You Think

When searching for online CPR classes you’ll immediately find a slew of sponsored AD’s blaring to the universe how low cost, effective, and overall great their program is.

We will provide refunds if your employer / institution does not accept our online course, and if this denial can be confirmed.

An Online CPR program’s money back policy (excerpt)

What does this mean?
Even though they say they’re ‘Accredited’ this means nothing. There is no governing body approving CPR courses in the United States. It is purely up to local rules and regulations to approve of the use of a CPR program.

So technically you CAN do online CPR, but do you really want to? There is 0 requirement to pass the online course before taking a quiz. This ‘quiz’ can be taken as many times as you want. After the quiz you pay and get a printable CPR card.

If anyone coming from this program can perform effective CPR, we would love to see that. All these programs ACTUALLY do is damage the efficacy of CPR training turning it into a nightmare for people who are required to hold a CPR certification.

What can you do?
CPRmobile is always available to answer questions and provide guidance. Even if you’re at a distance we can provide you with enough guidance to take a course that is right for you.

If you would like to do a training with us please see more of our options below. We would love to have you!

New Parent? Take our Online Easy Baby CPR Class!
Need a CPR certification?
Local to Marietta, GA?
Our August Class is available.
Want to schedule a group CPR Class? Fill out the form!

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