Our Adult CPR course is a 2-year certification. If you are currently certified with Red Cross, AHA, National Safety Council, ASHI or Medic First Aid, you are welcome to re-certify with this course. Individuals are free to train, refresh and test at no charge any time 24/7! This course is nationally accredited and follows the latest American Heart Association, ECC/ILCOR guidelines.
Total course time includes 1 hour and 27 minutes of video training as well as knowledge reviews, final test, remedial help and reviewing downloaded material.
“OMG--where has this training been for the past 40 years that I have been re-certifying annually in CPR and First Aid??? This is the absolute best refresher instruction that I have received since my initial training--ProTrainings is THAT good! Your paramedic instructor is clear, articulate and easy to understand and not just and actor--he really knows what he is talking and teaching. This short, concise program should be REQUIRED training for any industrial, commercial and government facility--I have no doubt that this very on-line course (ProCPR Basic) has saved lives and will continue to save lives. I plan to take additional classes thru ProTrainings over-and-above those required by my profession because ProTrainings is direct, straight forward and to-the-point. No wasting time taking breaks so everyone can use the restroom, get coffee and check their #!$!!! cell phones--this program has to be one of the absolute best training programs available today. I will confidently recommend ProTrainings to all of my coworkers and associates. Thank you for the best use of my time in many years--hopefully I will never need these lifesaving skills but if I ever do, the information presented by Paramedic Roy Shaw in this refresher will give me the confidence to administer CPR-AED effectively. Thank you. Barry Sebring, Lt Col USAF (ret)”
“I have been browsing through similar websites for days and ProCPR blew the competition away, with their professional training videos and the ability to learn for free before actually paying to receive certification shows their commitment to saving lives.”