Welcome to CPR Test Center. For more than a decade, CPR Test Center has been the trusted and respected name in CPR training and certification. We are proud to be a leading provider in CPR, AED, First Aid, BLS, OSHA 1910.1030 and Bloodborne Pathgens training. We offer flexible training options and follow the nationally accepted procedures and techniques set forth by the International Liaison Committee On Resuscitation (ILCOR) and techniques developed by Dr. Gordon A. Ewy and Dr. Karl B. Kern. These procedures and techniques are used by organizations worldwide such as American Red Cross and American Heart Association (AHA).
Our training courses are offered completely free of charge to anyone who has the desire to learn life-saving CPR techniques. While there is no obligation to pay for the training courses, we do charge a fee for official CPR Certification. This fee covers the cost of administration, certificate registration, user support, printing and mailing of the CPR card. The total cost is a one time fee of $24.99 for the CPR/AED/First Aid Certificate and $34.99 for the BLS Healthcare Provider Certificate. Both certificates are valid for two full years from the date of issue. There are no hidden fees and no on-going payments.
People from organizations around the world have received their training from CPR Test Center, including the US Army, US Navy, US Marine Corps, law enforcement agencies, BLM, NOAA, IHS, US Postal Service, state governments and agencies, school districts, universities, hospitals, security companies, hotels, sports and fitness groups, massage and health centers, and many others.
39 states in the U.S. require students to be CPR certified before they can graduate from high school. Approximately 12 million students are in US high schools right now. Millions of them may still need CPR training before they are eligible for graduatation. CPR Test Center offers online training and certification that can be completed in less than 30 minutes. It is the most convenient way to ensure students receive the CPR training that they need to meet graduation requirements.