Basic First Aid Course Online
When you sign up for our CPR first aid certification online, you choose a course that adheres to the guidelines as set forth in the American Heart Association’s “Heartsaver First Aid Course”, while giving you the flexibility to learn as per your convenience.
It is undeniable that each one of us does everything possible to prevent accidents; however, despite this, accidents do occur. There may be times in your life that you are called upon to act quickly and perform first aid on a victim, whether it’s a minor or very serious injury. When an accident happens, time is not on your side. Besides a well-stocked and functional First Aid Kit, the skills you will nurture through the means of CPR certification classes are the most important tool you need.
Our basic first aid course online introduces you to a number of common emergency situations and their respective First Aid responses. You also get the option to go back and review any portion of the material you may need. There will be a quiz at the end of the course to see how much of the course material you’ve retained.
For those who have previously taken a CPR or first aid course and need to refresh their skills, National CPR Certification also offers first aid and cpr recertification online.
We’ll cove the following first aid emergencies:
- Heart Attacks
- Shortness of Breath
- Allergic Reactions
- Head and Brain Trauma
- Bee Stings
- Cardiac Arrest
- Kitchen Cuts
National CPR Certification Organization courses is designed for the Professional Rescuers, Health care Providers, Emergency Response Teams, Doctors, Safety Personnel, Police, Ambulance, athletic trainers, airline employees, life guards or anyone who has a requirement for a CPR Certification card. The online CPR course includes live action video, animations, photographs and text. The benefits of online CPR training include an easy learning format where you can learn CPR at your own pace, video demonstrations that you can replay as often as you like, clearly illustrated graphics and a more relaxed learning atmosphere and take as much time as you need to review the information before being tested.