Online CPR Certification
Blended Learning Option
Do you want to certify or renew your American Heart Association CPR
Certification and save time?
Are you in a time crunch to re-certify?
AHA Blended Learning is designed for individual or single certification for the busy professional or college student and is the easiest and most convenient way to CPR certify!
Simple...easy...and AHA certified!
A Skills Test session will be required to complete certification
No textbook to purchase!
AHA online courses are blended learning, combining self-paced online training and an instructor-led classroom skills session. Students first learn the AHA course content online. After completing Part 1 online, they attend an onsite instructor-led skills practice and skills testing to obtain certification.
The online portion allows students to complete exercises and learn at their own pace
The classroom portion allows time for practice and discussion, and skills check off with an instructor
Courses certify students in CPR and AED use, as well as choking relief for adults, children, and infants just the same as traditional classes
Students have access to Basic Cardiac Life Support (BLS) and Heartsaver courses for 24 months after activation
Each course requires purchase of a course key
Purchase Course Keys
Go to eLearning.heart.org to purchase you online course key
1. Go to eLearning.heart.org to purchase your Part 1 online course key for you desired course.
2. Contact CPR Solutions for a Skills Session appointment to complete Parts 2 and 3 with a AHA Instructor to obtain your certification card valid for two-years, which meets AHA and OSHA/workplace requirements.
All Skills Testing is completed at Testing Location in Lawrence, KS
Approximate Time: 45-60 minutes. Prompt arrival to ensure testing.
FOR ALL SKILLS SESSIONS: Remember to bring your Healthcare Professionals certificate to the Skills Sessions. You cannot complete the Healthcare Professionals Skills Session without the OnlineAHA certificate.
You must complete parts 2 and 3 within 60 days of the completion of part one. The 60 days is based on the date on your certificate from the AHA online website. Students with certificate dates over 60 days will have to repeat part 1.