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- 2 Years Certification or Re-certification
Ohio 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
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- 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!
Ohio is the 17th state, having been admitted to the Union on March 1, 1803. With a total population of over 11.5 million people, Ohio is the 7th most populated and the 10th most densely populated state in the U.S. Measuring 40,948 square miles, Ohio is the 34th largest state in the country. The state capitol and largest city, Columbus, also known as "The Biggest Small Town in America," measures 223.11 square miles and has an estimated metro population of approximately 1.9 million people. Other major cities include Akron, Canton, Cleveland and Cincinnati.
Ohio is named "The Buckeye State," because the state tree is the Ohio Buckeye and the state has an abundance of Buckeye trees. The state is named after the Ohio River. "Ohio" is a word from the Iroquois Indian dialect and it means: "beautiful river." The state motto is "With God, all things are possible." The state flower is the Scarlet Carnation, and the Cardinal is the official state bird. The state animals are the Ladybug and the White-tailed Deer. The climate is humid continental and consists of cold winters and hot and humid summers. The state receives moderate precipitation and has a high prevalence of lake-effect snowstorms, tornadoes and has had more than 200 earthquakes since 1776.
Ohio has a long history of conflict. After being attained from the British after the Revolutionary War, the 1790s brought increased conflict and fighting with the Indian population. Then, in 1813, at the Battle of Lake Erie, Commander Perry led the state to victory and defeated the British. In 1830, President Andrew Jackson instituted the Indian Removal Act thereby removing most Indian tribes and forcing them west of the Mississippi. In 1835, there was yet another battle as Ohio and Michigan fought in the Toledo War over the Toledo Strip. The 1862 Battle of Shiloh was considered a victory, but it cost Ohio's forces nearly 2,000 casualties and greatly affected the state's morale.
Ohio's economy is based on several contributors including manufacturing of rubber, jet engines, office machinery, auto equipment, refrigeration and steel. The agricultural commodities of the state include hay, corn, oats, soybeans and fruits (with Ohio being the 4th largest producer of limes). The state's economy is also dependent on financial services, trade, transportation, bioscience and healthcare and industrial products.
Tourism is a $36 billion dollar industry in Ohio with the Cleveland Rock and Roll Hall of Fame being among the most visited attractions. Additional tourist destinations include the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, the Indian Burial Ground at Mound City, the Professional Football Hall of Fame and Perry's Victory International Peace Memorial. Ohio also boasts 74 state parks and 20 forests.
As the "Mother of Modern Presidents," Ohio is home to 7 former U.S. Presidents. Other famous Ohio natives include astronaut Neil Armstrong, directors Chris Columbus and Wes Craven, photographer Clarence White, actresses Halle Barry and Sarah Jessica Parker and singer Nick Lachey.
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- Affordable Emergency Medical Certifications
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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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