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Providing compliance training to actively promote a safer and more educated environment.

If you are seeking CPR training & certification, The American Health Training Association offers the online training course in a convenient online platform to both individuals and organizations. The course has been updated to meet the latest 2021 compliance standards, including OSHA and ECC/ILCOR guidelines. 

Receive your CPR card today

Upon successful completion, you will be given a digital copy of your provider card , along with your digital certification document.

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I’ve taken CPR/First Aid training at least 3 times over my career, but the American Health training was far and away the best. The videos were in-depth and engaging and the support was extremely helpful.

Victoria B.

Speech Pathologist

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Toyota’s number one priority is safety. Managing a manufacturing campus of 10,000 employees, OSHA compliance is something we take very seriously. Employee safety is paramount, therefore we mandate appropriate personnel be competent and certified.

Kevin E.

Safety Manager - Toyota

Mobile Accessibility

Login and access the course on any device and study the material at your own pace. The exam can be taken unlimited amount of times but a score of 70% or better is needed for certification. 

State Validation Checker

Before you enroll, select your state/territory from the map to ensure acceptance.

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Complete the 1-hour online curriculum and test.

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Automatically print Certification 

FAQ's

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an emergency procedure that can help save a person’s life if their breathing or heart stops. When a person’s heart stops beating, they are in cardiac arrest. During cardiac arrest, the heart cannot pump blood to the rest of the body, including the brain and lungs.

  • Fire & EMS
  • Healthcare 
  • Assisted Living
  • Law Enforcement 
  • School Districts
  • Child Care
  • Lifeguards
  • Utilities
  • Oil, Gas & Resource Extraction
  • Construction
  • Transportation
  • Government
  • Parks & Recreation
  • Sanitation
  • Marine & Shipyard Personnel

American Health Training makes this process very simple and straight forward for our students. You will receive immediate access to all learning and training course materials. You will go through the course at your own pace and once you feel that you are ready, you will take the final exam. Once you pass the exam you will be able to immediately download your certification from the site and provide it to your current or future employer. 

Yes. The American Health Training and certification is accepted in all 50 states by most healthcare employers and facilities. Thousands of students choose to certify through AHT every year because of the superior training that we provide.  AHT even offers a 30 day money back guarantee for all course purchases if you experience any employer acceptance issues. 

Yes, there is an option to watch the interactive training videos in Spanish.

American Health Training courses are 100% online and easily accessible from any device. 

Yes, you take the training at your own pace. You can also take as long as you need to pass the certification final exam. Once you register you are able to stop and restart whichever day and time is most convenient for you. 

CPR certification is valid for 2 years.

If you fail the exam, we recommend that you go back through the course material and then retake the test. You will have as many tries as necessary for you to pass the certification exam, but a score of 70% or better is required to receive certificate.

All American Health Training certifications contain a QR code which ties directly into the AHT certification database that employers may use to verify certificate authenticity. 

You will be able to immediately download your certification upon successfully passing your final exam. 

For more information, contact your local or Regional OSHA office (listed in the telephone directory under United States Government – Department of Labor – Occupational Safety and Health Administration). OSHA also has a Home Page on the Internet.

No. AHT courses are 100% online. Students must check with their employer on training requirements for their organization.