Get Your North Dakota CPR/AED, First Aid and BLS Certification Online

CPR /AED Certification

$19.95
$24.95
Offer Expires:
date
Course Details
For the Community & Workplace
CPR (Adult / Child / Infant)
Aed
Chocking
Recovery Position
View Course

CPR/AED/FIRST AID
Certification

$34.99
$39.99
Offer Expires:
date
Course Details
For Lay Responders
Includes CPR (Adult/ Child and Infant) Training
Includes First Aid (Bleeding,Shock,Poisoning)
Universal Precautions
Updated 2020 Guidelines
View Course

BASIC FIRST AID
Certification

$19.95
$24.95
Offer Expires:
date
Course Details
For Lay Responders
Includes Bleeding, Shock, Poisoning Other
Universal Precautions
Proper PPE Usage
Latest 2020 Updates
View Course

Nationally Accredited Online CPR Certification

CPR classes in North Dakota can help you become a more capable, confident, and helpful citizen. By learning this life-saving technique, you can provide care when it’s needed most and save the life of an infant, child, adult, even if you are not a healthcare provider. Our CPR certification classes are accessible to all North Dakota residents, including those in Minot and Bismarck.

Online CPR Certification in North Dakota

We offer online CPR certification courses for Community, Workplace Employees, and Healthcare providers. Thousands of institutions and organizations accept our course certification worldwide, and we are trusted by hundreds of thousands of professionals like you all over the United States and worldwide.

Our Online CPR classes take only a few short hours to complete but can help you save a life when every second counts. We follow the latest American Heart Association & Emergency Cardiovascular Care/ILCOR guidelines. We are also OSHA Standard-compliant to ensure that you get a quality education. From receiving your training materials, studying the curriculum, and taking the certification exam, you can count on us. In addition, our CPR certification cards are nationally accepted. You can instantly print your digital certification cards from your printer after the successful completion of our CPR class.

What is CPR?

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a technique used to save the life of a person who goes into cardiac arrest, which occurs when their heart stops beating unexpectedly. When the heart stops, it does not supply the body's major organs with the oxygen they usually receive from the blood. Without the heart providing oxygenated blood to the organs, they will suffer irreversible damage, which can be fatal without emergency care. Without oxygen, brain damage can occur after four minutes, and the victim can die within ten minutes. When the heart cannot do it on its own, CPR manually pumps blood to the organs.

What is the correct method for performing CPR?

Immediate action is critical to improving a victim's chance of survival during a cardiac arrest. Rescuers should check the victim for responsiveness and check their pulse. If there is no pulse, they should call 911, report a cardiac arrest to the operator, and begin CPR. The American Heart Association (AHA) uses the following guidelines for performing CPR:

1. Kneel above the victim's chest and place the hands on top of the other in the center of the chest.
2. Pump the victim's chest at least 2 inches deep with each compression at a rate of 100 - 120 compressions per minute. Continue to perform chest compressions until emergency medical care arrives on the scene and can take over.
3. If the victim is not breathing normally on their own, CPR-certified rescuers can perform rescue breathing.
4. Rescue breathing starts by opening the victim's airway by tilting the head back. Next, rescuers will seal their mouth over the victim's mouth, deliver one rescue breath, and observe whether the victim's chest rises. If the chest inflates, the rescuer may return to performing chest compressions only.
5. If the chest does not rise, rescuers should take a second breath before performing chest compressions.
6. Continue to deliver two rescue breaths following every 30 chest compressions until the victim is breathing normally or until emergency medical support arrives.

When is compression only CPR the recommended method?

Compressions-only, or hands only, CPR is recommended for individuals who have not received formal CPR training. Compressions-only CPR is the most straightforward technique, making it the easiest for anyone to perform effectively, even those who are uncertified. This method also allows rescuers to speak to 911 operators and receive instructions over the phone without interrupting compressions. Compressions-only CPR is also used when a victim breathes normally but does not have a pulse.

What is the recommended method for treating electroshock?

Electrocution injuries can range from mild to severe. Rescuers should call 911 and check for signs that the electroshock victim requires CPR, like the absence of a pulse. When possible, rescuers should turn off the power source that caused the shock and ensure that the victim is free from any electrical currents before touching them so they do not electrocute themselves. Raising the victim's legs above their heart will increase the blood pressure to prevent fainting while waiting for emergency responders to arrive.

North Dakota CPR Data

  • North Dakota ranks 21st out of 50 states for cardiovascular deaths in one year.
  • Annually, there are 231 cardiovascular deaths for every 100,000 people in North Dakota.
  • Cardiac arrest is a top cause of death in America.
  • Only 46% of Americans who died from cardiovascular complications had received CPR before emergency medical support arrived.
  • Over 350,000 out of hospital cardiac arrests happen across the US every year.
  • In North Dakota, men are 46% more likely to die from cardiovascular complications than women are.

5 Reasons Why American Training Association for CPR are the leaders in CPR/AED/First Aid Certification in North Dakota:

  • We provide nationally accepted CPR and first aid certification upon completing our course.
  • Our certification program gives participants a 2-year certification. An official completion card will be mailed to successful participants the day after course completion, and a printable card is available immediately.
  • Our training materials follow the latest guidelines from the AHA, Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC), and the International Committee Responsible for Coordination of all aspects of Cardiopulmonary and Cerebral Resuscitation (ILCOR), and is Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliant.
  • We provide over 60 minutes of instructional video as part of our course materials, allowing participants to see techniques in action.
  • Board-certified, AHA-trained physicians create our courses to provide participants with the highest quality of education.

Earn your CPR/First Aid Certification Today

CPR and first aid training classes have never been more accessible than with American Training Association for CPR. Take one of our convenient and reputable online courses to earn certification and learn the skills necessary to save lives. Visit www.uscpronline.comto begin online CPR and first aid certification today.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Browse through our frequently asked questions to learn more about our courses. Our support team is always standing by for further assistance and questions

Q. What basics does a first aid class teach? 

Free first aid classes will include basic first aid procedures for treating a range of injuries, such as burns, wounds, bone fractures, choking, poisoning, and head injuries. Both in person classes and online courses can teach individuals first aid procedures and first responder skills. Many will also offer formal first aid certification after completing the class when participants upgrade to a paid class. Free classes should be used for information only.

Q:  What are the options for BLS, CPR, and first aid classes near me?

Basic life support (BLS), CPR, and first aid classes are offered across North Dakota in locations throughout municipalities, including Cannon Ball and Dickinson. Individuals can take group courses through community centers, hospitals, swimming pools, and public health organizations. Online classes are ideal for busy professionals who find it difficult to attend group courses.

Individuals should note that free CPR classes are informative but do not offer certification upon completion. Red Cross first aid and AHA CPR certification courses are available online for a small fee and cover core skills. They may also include instruction on specialized procedures like child CPR, CPR for infants, or CPR for the professional rescuer. Authorized courses will provide certification after completing an exam.

Q. How long is CPR certification valid?

Depending on your current certification provider, CPR and first aid certification are valid for either one or two years after the initial certification. Therefore, individuals should check the certification expiration date on their CPR card and ensure that they renew their certificate within the specified timeframe. Staying current with CPR and first aid certification confirms that an individual is well-informed and ready to provide treatment in an emergency.

Q. Where can I find CPR renewals near me?

Individuals, including healthcare providers and medical personnel, must retain their current certification. They can renew their CPR and first aid credentials by taking a certification renewal class and successfully passing a certification exam. Certification renewal can be completed in person at locations throughout North Dakota, by blended learning, or by taking a convenient online course.
READY TO START ?
Compare & Start Now
Test your knowledge by taking a Practice Test