Community CPR: Online General CPR for All Ages Certification

Adult, Child and Infant CPR/AED

Community CPR at a Glance

  • Pass > Pay > Print
  • 2-year nationally accepted certification
  • Follows latest AHA & ECC/ILCOR guidelines
  • 2 hours and 4 minutes of engaging video training
  • Immediately printable card
  • Includes mailed wallet card
  • Blended / hands-on option available
  • Test challenge available for experienced professionals (full training recommended)
  • Videos include subtitles in English y español
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$39.95 After Training

Community CPR certification includes Adult, Child and Infant CPR. Individuals are free to train, refresh and test at no charge any time 24/7! The Community CPR certification is nationally accredited and follows the latest American Heart Association, ECC/ILCOR guidelines. This course is great for people that do not need a First Aid certification. Generally people that need to be certified for Day Care or the general workplace (OSHA Compliance) should take our ProFirstAid certification instead, as it includes Adult, Child and Infant CPR with First Aid. 

Middle and High School Students


People that need CPR but not First Aid certification

Total course time includes 2 hours and 4 minutes of video training as well as knowledge reviews, final test, remedial help and reviewing downloaded material.

  • Introductory CPR Training
    • Welcome to Community CPR
    • 2015 Guidelines Update - CPR
    • The Five Fears of CPR Rescue
    • How to Access EMS Through Technology
  • Medical Emergencies
    • Heart Attacks
    • Stroke
  • Universal Precautions
    • Universal Precautions in the Workplace
    • Handwashing
  • Cardiac Arrest
    • Agonal Respiration (Not Breathing Normally)
    • Adult, Child, Infant CPR
    • Adult, Child, Infant AED
    • Hands-Only CPR
    • When CPR Doesn't Work
  • Choking
    • Adult, Child, Infant Choking (Conscious)
    • Adult, Child, Infant Choking (Unconscious)
  • Bleeding Control
    • Arterial Bleeding
    • Shock
  • Conclusion
    • Special Considerations for CPR, AED, & Choking
    • Conclusion