Unlike most other CPR/AED online courses, our course was both written and approved by AHA trained U.S board certified physicians. You can feel confident in the quality of our CPR/AED course. Our CPR/AED online course covers the same topics that AHA approved classroom courses trains you on. But, our CPR/AED training and exam is more affordable and more convenient than many classroom based CPR/AED training courses.
Our online CPR/AED Certification for the Community and Workplace course is a smart solution for obtaining or renewing your CPR certificate that offers many benefits, including:
I learned alot on here and so happy that I could get it done.
It was very helpful. I learned a lot of valuable information.
The instructions were clear and very understandable. I've had thorough CPR training in the distant past, so this was a great, quick refresher course. I feel like it covered everything.
Yes, our online CPR and First Aid programs are available in all fifty states. You can also access our programs from outside United States as long as you have internet connectivity.
Group discounts up to 30% are available to employers depending on the group size. Get in touch with us for additional information. All group discounts starts for a group of five or more.
Yes, we can. We offer online BLS course in addition to our online CPR and First Aid course.
According to health ranking website www.americanhealthrankings.com, Arkansas ranks among the bottom five states in terms of health statistics. In 2012, the state was ranked at 48th, a drop from 47th in 2011. The trouble areas in the state are smoking, diabetes and the extremely high prevalence of obesity and a sedentary lifestyle. With almost a quarter of a million registered sufferers of diabetes, the state ranks 44th in this area. The state also ranks 44th in obesity, with 700.000 adults suffering from the disease, with approximately the same number living an inactive lifestyle. The corresponding rank for smoking is 48th, with more than 600,000 active adult smokers – over 27 percent of the population. Both smoking and diabetes appears to be more of a problem in the African-American population, with 43.2 percent of the African-American population suffering from obesity and 22.7 percent of smokers. They are closely followed by the Hispanic population, out of which 31.0 percent were found to be obese, and 22.7 percent were found to be smokers.
Surprisingly however, the state of Arkansas faces very low rates of binge drinking, ranking in at 5th, with 14.1 percent of the population suffering from this problem. It is however expected that this rate will decline or remain stable with time. The problem of binge drinking seems to be more prevalent in men than in women.
The crude rates of preventable hospitalizations, the chief cause of which is smoking, has fallen from decreased from 81.5 to 79.3, indicating better awareness regarding the dangers of smoking, as well as active efforts to cut down. Similarly, rates of cardiovascular diseases dropped from 354.2 out of 100,000 to 316.5 out of 100,000. This is indicative of a marked increase in public health spending.
In the past year the percentage of children in poverty increased from 21.8 percent to 25.4 percent.
CPR, First Aid and BLS (Basic Life Support) is a critical qualification for EMTs, RNs and other medical professionals in Arkansas. CPR Select provides online classes and certification programs for medical professionals who wish to become certified.
Local CPR Class Locations in Arkansas
|Medical Center of South Arkansas||460 W Oak St, El Dorado, AR 71730-4567|
|AR Childrens Hospital||1 Children`s Way, Slot 807, Little Rock, AR 72202|
|Univ of AR Comm College at Hope||2500 S. Main, Hope, AR 71801|
|National Park Medical Center||1920 Malvern Ave, Hot Springs, AR 71901-7752|
|St Bernard's Medical Center||225 E Jackson Ave Dept 61, Jonesboro, AR 72401-3119|
West South Central Region
|State||Major Cities||Average Life Expectancy for Male||Average Life Expectancy for Female||National Health Ranking||CPR Select Courses Accepted|
|73.29 years||78.89 years||47th|
|New Orleans||72.17 years||78.57 years||49th|
|72.97 years||78.19 years||3rd|
|75.68 years||80.8 years||6th|
Arkansas Cities List