To replace a lost CPR certification card, contact the organization that issued your card or go to its website. Provide your personal information and proof of completion, then follow any instructions given by the organization. Pay the replacement fee.Know More
Contact the organization that issued your card by phone or e-mail. Alternatively, you can go to the organization's website and go to its lost card recovery page if it has one.
Provide personal information and proof that you took the course with the organization. Most companies request your name, address, contact information, type of certification, and the time and place of your certification.
Pay the necessary fee to complete the CPR card replacement request.
It is possible to receive a complete CPR certification online at websites such as Cprtoday.com, Redcross.org, Nationalcprfoundation.com, Firstaidweb.com and Cprandfirstaid.net. The CPR course offered at cprtoday.com is accredited in all 50 states. There is a fee charged for this program.Full Answer >
To renew your CPR certification, you must take a review certification class in person or online while your certification is still active. Review classes are generally shorter than a standard certification class. When the class is completed, you receive a new certification.Full Answer >
To become a CPR instructor, you need a minimum of a high school education, basic-level CPR certification and a passing grade on the Red Cross pre-instructor exam. You must complete the first training course and the instructor course. You must also prepare to get recertified as required.Full Answer >
CPR certification guides are available for purchase through organizations such as the American Heart Association and the Red Cross. Users can access guides online at both the American Heart Association's website and the Red Cross's website.Full Answer >