It is up to the discretion of each employer to choose whether they will accept the ProCPR certification. ProCPR offers a 30 day money-back guarantee if your employer chooses not to accept the certificate. Click here to fill out the form and request a refund. Please be aware that your card will no longer be valid in the ProCPR system if you are issued a refund.
ProCPR is accepted at a rate of over 98% across the United States and Canada. We welcome all questions from your employers about our accredited program.
Yes, the card issued by ProCPR is a valid CPR certificate for professionals looking to renew their CPR certification. It is comparable to CPR for the Professional Rescuer through Red Cross or American Heart Association. We are accepted at a rate of over 98% across the United States and Canada.
It is up to the discretion of each individual employer to decide whether or not they will accept the ProCPR certification. It is suggested that you show the certificate or website (www.procpr.org) to your employer and let them decide.
If you call any other curriculum provider, ie. American Heart Association or Red Cross, they will most likely tell you they do not recognize or accept our certificate. This can be misleading because training organizations do not have the authority to approve nor deny any course but their own. ProTrainings provides an accredited equivalent certificate.
ProCPR meets or exceeds all of the AHA suggested training guidelines and strictly adheres to the latest ILCOR/ECC guidelines.
Many employers and human resource personnel like having the peace of mind knowing their employees are turning in an authentic card.
Every card issued by any of the ProTrainings sites will have a unique certificate number on the front below the card holder's name
To ensure there has been no tampering you may, at any time, enter the certificate number to check it against our database.
If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to contact us.