CPR Training: Healthcare

Update your emergency skills with internationally accepted CPR courses. Print your certificate immediately.


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Do you feel like health and safety training is an inconvenient distraction in the workplace and compliance is a frustrating drain on getting on with your job? Do you wish you could upgrade and renew your certification but work this around your schedule and shifts rather than the other way round?

We’ve partnered with ProCPR to provide online CPR and first aid training video based courses, allowing you to learn from qualified experts experienced in their field, when and where it suits you.

Online CPR certification for professionals in the health care industry

ProCPR certification is a Healthcare Provider CPR certification course.

We recommend any healthcare professional who interacts with patients to be certified. Certification is most often required for anyone licensed to provide care.

To date, over a million  students have been trained and certified in CPR and first aid topics this way.

How does it work?

Meet HSE, CQC and other compliance requirements through online CPR training that provides relevant, practical programs.

Each group of topics has a pre-test section where you can confirm your comprehension of the points covered. This is followed up by a scenario-based test that not only challenges but also takes you back to review when an incorrect answer is given before your next test attempt.

  • The paramedic-led training can be accessed from any computer or mobile device at any time, and it can be paused and resumed at your convenience
  • Automatically saves your progress
  • Scenario based videos, led by a certified paramedic
  • Both US and UK qualifications available
  • Courses taught to latest ECC/ILCOR, ERC, AHA and OSHA standards and are internationally accepted
  • Instant grading, credit, & printable certificates. At the end of CPR training, print your card for your employer

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

Can I use ProCPR for my initial CPR certification?

Yes, whether it is your first time or your 15th time, ProCPR is a great way to get CPR certified. We recommend that anyone being certified for the first time do a hands-on skill evaluation.

Do you offer North American and European training?

Yes, both North American and European standards of training are available. You will be guided to the appropriate training after your purchase.

Is this approved by the American Heart Association?

The American Heart Association does not review or approve third party CPR courses. However, ProCPR meets and exceeds does adhere to the AHA’s guidelines and is a perfectly acceptable CPR certification.

Is the European training CPD certified?

Yes, it is. The content of the courses has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines and come with a Certified CPD Statement as well as a ProTrainings Certificate and an Evidence Based Learning statement.

How many tries do I get to pass the CPR test?

After watching the training videos, you should do just fine on the test. That said, you may retake the test as many times as you need to pass it. The test questions change each time making no two tests identical.

How long is the CPR course?

Total course time includes 2 hours and 55 minutes of video training as well as knowledge reviews and a final test.

How do I get my CPR certification card?

It will be available for print right after you pass the test.


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