Get Your First Aid and CPR Certification on Your Mobile Device

SimpleCPR, the leader in First Aid and CPR certification online, is proud to announce that their courses have just become more accessible than ever! CPR and first aid certification courses are now available on smartphones and tablets! With this new improvement, CPR classes that were already quick and easy have become even faster and more efficient. Customers from around the world are now able to earn their adult CPR certification, infant CPR certification, or first aid certification while in the comfort of their own home, or even on the go.

SimpleCPR offers online CPR certification courses that are fully accredited, valid and widely accepted throughout the United States and Canada, as well as many other countries. Each course is designed to maximize learning and promotes information retention so clients can feel confident in their ability to understand and perform the lesson material. Short exams after each course module ensure that the course information has been understood and can be correctly applied. All SimpleCPR courses can be completed in 30-90 minutes, and clients can immediately print out the digital copy of their certification card within seconds of their course completion, or simply wait for their hardcopy certification card to arrive in the mail.

CPR training online at SimpleCPR has fulfilled the needs of thousands of satisfied customers from around the country, and this expansion to mobile offering will only increase the classes’ convenience. To learn more about becoming CPR or first aid certified or recertified online with SimpleCPR, visit today!

About SimpleCPR:

SimpleCPR, the leader in First Aid and CPR certification online, has been in business for over 20 years, certifying hundreds of thousands of people in CPR and First Aid. Their staff of highly trained medical professionals has developed simple and easy-to-understand training courses that ensure students are ready to act in real emergencies.




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