Make Sure Your CPR Certification Is Accepted
You may be worried that your online CPR certification will not be accepted by your employer or licensing agency. When considering most online certification providers, this is a reasonable fear. However, ProCPR is backed by many official credentials, making it the most widely used, recognized, and accepted online training course available.
Although ProCPR is widely known and recognized, some employers may not be familiar with us. To assist our students, we have developed a full-service solution to ensure that your CPR certification card will be accepted so that you can enjoy the benefits of online certification and go back to work, worry free.
1. Print our letter of introduction:
Submit this letter to your employer with your ProCPR card if any questions arise. This will explain how we are accredited and acceptable for use in the workplace. It will also provide your employer with our contact information in case they have any further questions.
2. Allow us to check with your employer:
Click the button below and you will be asked to enter your employer's name, e-mail, and phone number. We will e-mail them an introductory letter along with our credentials. A ProCPR representative will follow up to answer any questions they may have.
(Our representatives are polite and professional and we will not use your name when contacting your employer.)
Who Approves CPR Certification?
ProCPR is an accredited program that satisfies the requirements for CPR training according to the latest ECC/ILCOR and the American Heart Association guidelines.
The American Heart Association is the U.S. representative of ILCOR and cannot approve, endorse, or give accreditation for CPR training for any other organization. They simply publish their own CPR courses and materials for training, just like ProCPR and the Red Cross.
No organization exists that provides a national endorsement or approval. This allows each CPR certification provider to construct their own curriculum and teaching strategies based on the ECC/ILCOR guidelines. Every business, agency, or individual can freely choose to accept ProCPR.
At ProCPR, we believe that online training is a superior way to keep students informed and confident in a very important life saving skill. As such, we have worked very hard to develop quality training and have formed relationships with national and state licensing boards and employers so that professionals across all fields are able to use us.
Unfortunately, other online companies also claim to be "nationally accredited." However, many of these companies are approved by phony or irrelevant foundations and associations. This increases a professional's risk of out of date training and employer rejection.
Below are just a few of our many letters of accreditation from actual national and state licensing boards that do have the power to dictate which programs a professional can use. We provide this list to serve as reassurance for you when choosing which CPR certification provider to use. This is not comprehensive a list of professions or states that are able to use ProCPR.
- CECBEMS (Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services)
- DANB (Dental Assisting National Board)
- AFAA (Aerobics and Fitness Association of America)
- Tennessee Board of Dentistry
- Florida Department of Health BEMS
- Maryland State Department of Education
- Pennsylvania Department of Health
- Michigan Department of Community Health
- Michigan Board of Dentistry
A Corporate Contract Is Better For Your Employer & You
- Gain assurance that ProCPR will be accepted by your employer.
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- Your employer may choose to pay for your certification.
- Co-workers will appreciate an easier and more engaging way to certify.
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