Get Recertified - and Get Back to Your Life.
Some healthcare professionals use CPR frequently on the job. Others don’t use these skills every day—but they still need current certification. And if you’re ever called upon to save someone’s life with CPR, you’ll be very glad you kept your skills current with online CPR renewal using an AHA-compliant curriculum.
Every two years, in all 50 states, you have to renew your CPR certification in compliance with the guidelines offered by the American Heart Association and the American Red Cross. Generally, if your CPR certification is set to expire within the next six months, it’s time to think about recertification, particularly the convience of CPR renewal online.
However, for busy professionals, finding the time to get recertified can be a challenge. Employer acceptance can also be unpredictable. All employers accept CPR cards from the American Heart Association and the Red Cross; however, these programs both require a weekend of classes and in-person evaluations for those who want to renew CPR certification. For scheduling reasons, online CPR certification and recertification is often a better option for full-time professionals.
That’s why it’s so important to choose the right recertification program—one that adheres to AHA and ECC / ILCOR guidelines and has a strong track record of acceptance by employers. Not all online CPR recertification programs boast this record, but our online program is endorsed by an almost limitless number of providers.
Here are just a few reasons why we’re preferred by more CPR recertification students than any other:
An Employer-Approved Program.
Our CPR renewal online classes are accepted by more employers than any other independent CPR training program in the country, and with good reason. Several nationwide health care companies had a hand in reviewing, evaluating, and shaping our recertification curriculum to make sure it satisfies their stringent needs, and the needs of employers throughout the country. We listened to employers when developing our CPR recertification online curriculums—to make sure we got it right.
The Ferrari of Wallet Cards.
It might sound like a trivial detail—but studies have shown that the quality of your card makes an unquestionable impression on employers. Companies are more likely to accept a professional-looking certification card than a low-quality one—even if it’s from the AHA.
We’re here to help you get your CPR recertification quickly, affordably, and easily. Contact us today for more information on our renowned CPR renewal program.