Based on most recent AHA Guidelines
98% Accepted Nationwide, 100% Online
Online First Aid Course And Training With 2 year Certification
Learn how to properly apply Standard First-Aid techniques
AHA Certification (with skills session)
Our First Aid online certification course is intended for anyone with little or no medical training who need a course completion card for their job, regulatory (e.g., OSHA), or other requirements. These courses can also be taken by anyone who wants to be prepared for an emergency in any setting. This course is also approved for US Coast Guard training.
This course covers basic First Aid Training. After successfully completing the online First Aid Course, students should be able to:
Our 100% online First Aid Certification programs have a 98% acceptance rate, however if your employer specifically requires the American Heart Association (AHA) certification we've got you covered.
You can complete an on-site or webinar skills evaluation with one of our AHA instructors to meet your employer and state regulatory board requirements. Skills session take about an hour depending on skills level. Skills test are done after you complete the online part and written test.
Once successful completion has been achieved, a CME/CE certificate can be claimed immediately.
Our First Aid courses are based on the most recent clinical guidelines recommended by the American Heart Association and compliant with the current Joint Commission (JCAHO) standards. Our emergency certification courses are accredited by the ADA, AMA, and ANCC in joint providership with the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM).
American Heart Association promotes Hands-on skills practice and testing, including a feedback device meeting the AHA’s requirements for skills practice and testing must be used by students in the virtual/webinar (FaceTime/Skype). To promote hands-on skills, we will ship you the inflatable manikins for $47.
Inflatable CPR Manikins Shipped to your home address, $47
The sound and camera positioning for virtual testing must be adequate for the Instructor to accurately assess high-quality CPR including feedback from the feedback device, student hand position, manikin chest rise, and other required skills elements. Virtual skills testing should not be used if the Instructor is unable to adequately assess high-quality CPR skills performance.