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- No Hands-On Skills Check
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- 2 Years Certification or Re-certification
Missouri CPR/AED , First Aid and BLS Online Certification
Looking for easy and quick way to earn your CPR, First Aid or BLS card? You can certify or recertify with American Healthcare Association guideline compliant course exclusively created by American Board certified Physicians.
- CPR (Adult/Child/Infant)
- Basic First Aid Skills
- Universal Precautions
- Injury Prevention
- CPR Course Material
- First Aid Course Material
Certification for health professional
- CPR (Adult/Child/Infant)
- Recovery Position
- CPR (Adult/Child/Infant)
Earn Your CPR and First Aid Certifications Online!
American Training Association for CPR provides online CPR, First Aid, and BLS certifications for all. Our courses are offered at introductory, community member levels through advanced medical professional levels. Whether you are a scouting leader, volunteer sports coach, lifeguard, medical tech, nurse, or doctor, we have a course that offers a personalized level of information and gets you certified… fast!
Reliable Medical Knowledge (Follows latest AHA and ARC Guidelines)
ATA is staffed by board certified, licensed physicians. Our team draws from the latest research and guidelines presented by leading medical associations including the American Health Association (AHA), the American Red Cross (ARC), and OSHA. We routinely monitor their publications for new findings and update our study guides accordingly. You are guaranteed to learn the latest techniques through an industry-leading internet based form. Our years of medical experience work to your advantage. You receive the highest quality information in an easy to follow and remember format without time-consuming fillers and fluff.
100% Money-Back Guarantee
We want everyone to feel as confident about our trainings as we do. Courses at ATA are the best available 100% online certification programs. If you review our study guides and feel that we let you down, tell us. We will issue a full refund to any student that is unhappy with the ATA experience and has not attempted the certification exam.
Nationally and Internationally Accepted
Presenting a certification card from ATA shows that you are highly trained and have learned from the best medical educators available. Our cards are not only attractive, but they are accepted internationally and are fully backed by our association. Each certification recipient is also awarded a certificate of completion to display as proud proof of your emergency preparedness.
No Hands-On Skills Check
Our certification exam utilizes multiple choice questions and true/false statements to check your understanding of the principles and procedures associated with CPR, First Aid, or BLS. We do not require you demonstrate these skills on a mannequin in front of an examiner. By removing the anxiety of a face-to-face test, we allow you to concentrate on the care guidelines and scenarios presented in the study guide. This also saves the frustration of traveling to a testing site or arranging an appointment with an examiner.
Two Year Certification or Recertification
ATA's certifications are valid for two years. That's double the time of other face-to-face or internet providers. Our certifications are accepted as an initial certification or a recertification for someone with an expiring card. It does not matter where you earned your initial certification. You can recertify instantly with ATA!
Missouri is the 24th state and was admitted to the union on August 10, 1821. With a total population of over 6 million, Missouri is the 30th most densely populated state in the U.S. Measuring 69,704 square miles, Missouri is the 21st most expansive state. The state capitol, Jefferson City, measures 37.58 square miles and has a population of just over 43 thousand. The largest city, Kansas City, or "KC," measures 319.03 square miles and has a population of over 463 thousand people. Other major cities include St. Louis and Columbia.
Nicknamed "The Show Me State," Missouri's motto is "Salus populi suprema lex esto," which is Latin for "Let the good of the people be the supreme law." The state is named after the Missouri River, which was named for the Missouri Indians and means "Canoe Haver." The state flower is the Hawthorne Blossom. State animals include the Missouri Mule, the Bluebird and the honeybee. The weather is humid continental and consists of cold winters and hot, humid summers. The state also has a high prevalence of extreme weather, including thunderstorms and tornadoes. The Joplin Tornado of 2011 destroyed nearly 1/3 of the city of Joplin.
Missouri has a history of population shifts. In the 1830s, Mormon migrants settled in Missouri until the Mormon War of 1838. The Extermination Order of 1839 saw that the Mormons were forcefully expelled and their land was confiscated. Between the 1830s-1860s, increased migration to Missouri nearly doubled the state's population. In the 20th century, Kansas City became a major hub for transportation after the railroads expanded to the west. The first interstate highway project, which took place in St. Charles in 1956, lead to another population shift as people had the freedom to move to the suburban areas where farmland was cheaper.
As "The Lead State," Missouri is the nation's 2nd highest producer of lead. The economy of Missouri is also based on agriculture (lettuce, rice, hogs, cattle, beef, pork and soybeans), beer, electrical equipment, aerospace, chemicals and printing/publishing. Tourism has also become a major economic contributor.
Known as "The Cave State," Missouri has 5600 caves and many parks, including Laumeier Sculpture Park and Forest Park. Forest Park, the site of the 1904 World's Fair, has biking and walking trails, a greenhouse and golf course. Other popular tourist attractions include Gateway Arch, where you can ride to the top of the 630-foot monument to see a bird's-eye view of Gateway City, Six Flags St. Louis, West Port Plaza's entertainment district, the St. Louis Zoo and the Magic House, an interactive museum for kids. Sports fans can catch a game and see the St. Louis Cardinals, Kansas City Royals or the St. Louis Blues.
Famous Missourians include writer Mark Twain, poet Maya Angelou, New York Yankee baseball legend Yogi Berra, actors Jon Hamm and Dick Van Dyke, singer Chuck Berry and Walt Disney.
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- Affordable Emergency Medical Certifications
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- Accepted in all 50 States and Internationally
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- Free Digital and Paper Certification Cards
- Work from any Web Enabled Device
- Skip the Skills Check
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What Can American Training Association For CPR Offer Me?
American Training Association for CPR is a leading online CPR educator. Our courses are designed by medical professionals with the purpose of helping others learn how to perform CPR and first aid during emergency situations. Not only do we keep you in compliance with CPR certification requirements, but we strive to truly prepare you to act when an emergency occurs. Our courses are designed to help you save a life.
Will Your Program Fulfill My Employer's Requirement?
Yes! Our programs follow the same guidelines as the leading classroom CPR course providers. This makes us nationally recognized and able to offer the same level of expertise and experience as other CPR educators. ECC 2010 guidelines are strictly followed, meet, and in some cases, exceeded. You can feel confident about enrolling in a CPR or First Aid course with American Training Association for CPR. Of course, you are protected by our money back guarantee if a problem arises.
What Is Included In The Registration Fee?
Everything! Our one-time fee includes registration, access to the online content, all course materials, the certification exam, printable certification cards, and a hard copy of your certification wallet card. There are no additional or hidden fees.
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