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ProCPR

Healthcare Provider (BLS / BCLS) Adult, Child, and Infant CPR/AED

ProCPR at a glance

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  • 2-year nationally accepted certification
  • Follows latest AHA & ECC/ILCOR guidelines
  • 2 hours and 14 minutes of engaging video training
  • Immediately printable card
  • Includes mailed wallet card
  • Blended / hands-on option available
  • Test challenge available for experienced professionals (full training recommended)
  • Videos include subtitles
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$29.95 After Passing

ProCPR is online CPR certification for professionals in the health care industry. The CPR training follows the latest American Heart Association and ECC/ILCOR guidelines and is nationally accredited and accepted.

  • Physicians
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Nurses
  • EMTs
  • Paramedics
  • Firefighters
  • Lifeguards
  • Physical Therapists
  • Respiratory Therapists
  • X-Ray Technologists
  • Pharmacists
  • Dentists
  • Personal Trainers
  • Other Health Care Professionals

Total course time includes 2 hours and 14 minutes of video training as well as knowledge reviews, final test, remedial help and reviewing downloaded material.

  • Introductory CPR Training
    • 5 fears
  • Respiratory Arrest Training
    • Adult, Child, Infant Rescue Breathing
    • Adult Bag Valve Mask
  • Medical Emergencies
    • Stroke
    • Heart Attacks
    • Shock
  • Cardiac Arrest Training
    • Adult, Child, Infant, Neonatal CPR
    • Adult CPR Team Approach
    • Hands-Only CPR
  • AED Training
    • 2-person AED
    • Adult, Child, Infant AED
  • Choking Training
    • Adult, Child, Infant Choking (Conscious)
    • Adult, Child, Infant Choking (Unconscious)
  • Two Rescuer Skills Training
    • Adult, Child, Infant 2 Rescuer CPR
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
    • Reducing Your Risk
    • Exposure Incident

What People are Saying

“The training is challenging and allows you to think before you answer. You really learn because you're not rushed. If you choose incorrectly, you have an opportunity to understand why, which is helpful.”

- Mildred, Medical Assistant from MI

“My sister drowned in the Bahamas. She was without pulse or respirations for 15 minutes. Some young men did CPR for that whole time, checking to see if she had a pulse. They did it to the beat of "Staying Alive" in the back of a Boston Whaler that was bouncing in the sea. They could not lay her down because the seats in the boat prevented it. One of the boys, age 17 was trying to do breaths but her lungs were full of water. When they got to the clinic, she was still without pulse or respiration. They put her on her side and all this water came pouring out. It was then that she took the biggest breath they had ever heard someone take. They looked at each other and said "she is alive but probably brain dead." Not so...she is perfect and back teaching English at College of the Bahamas!!! God intervened! But they did their part too!”

- Catherine, FNP from VA