Why Blended CPR Certification?

Online CPR certifications are fake. But there’s still an easier way to get certified! No more 4 hour classes. If you have a computer, tablet or cell phone you can be certified. Read More….

What is a Blended CPR course?

It’s the evolution of CPR training.

This version is available through all CPR organizations (such as American Heart Association, Red Cross, and ASHI). All of these programs are designed as a two step process.

First the student (that’s you) purchases the appropriate online course through the instructor OR through the organization.

BEWARE OF SCAMS! Online Only courses are not the same.

After the student takes the online portion and passes they will schedule a time with their instructor to perform the skills checkoff. This is the part that is absolutely required to finish your certification!!

After the skills check is finished you will receive an email with your certification card in it!

Your CPR card is good for 2 years. You can keep it on your phone, email, digitally, on paper… however you can think of it your card will be there!

Article written by Jason Robustelli BHS, RRT, BLS Instructor

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CPRmobile provides AHA Certified CPR Instructors and Guaranteed Certifications. For validation of the information shared please read further information via AHA’s official website.

Author: CPRmobile

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