It is no longer necessary to attend in-person CPR classes and wait for weeks until your card comes in the mail. Classes can be taken online. Afterward, printing your CPR certification can be easily done from home.

Step 1

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Log in to the CPR school's website.

Step 2

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Go to your account or courses page.

Step 3

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Click on the completed courses button.

Step 4

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Locate the CPR course in the list of completed courses and click it.

Step 5

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Click on the "Print Certificate" button.


  • Make sure your printer is turned on and has plenty of paper and ink before printing.

  • Red Cross and American Heart Association CPR cards cannot be printed at home. If you lose your CPR card, contact your instructor or the organization through which the class was taken.