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:
We do not have physical locations in North Dakota. We offer 100% online CPR and First Aid Certification without skill testing. Which means you can take your classes from within North Dakota or anywhere else in the world.
Yes. Our CPR, First Aid and BLS certification programs are valid in all of the states in the country and will be accepted by all employers who require certification card.
You can retake the exam as many times as you need to in order to get 80% marks. There is no limit to number of try.
North Dakota Health Ranking Information According to www.americashealthrankings.org, North Dakota was ranked 12th in overall health in 2012 and has decreased from 11th in 2011. The life expectancy is 80.10 years, which is slightly longer than the national average of 78.7 years.
When it comes to healthcare spending, North Dakota is ranked 26th, spending approximately $78 per person. The state is ranked 11th in insurance, with 11.3% of the population living without insurance. This number has increased from 9.7% in the last 10 years. The availability of primary care physicians is ranked 17th, with approximately 121.5 PCPs per 100,000 residents, which is on par with a national average of 121.
As of 2010, approximately 12.3% of adults in North Dakota are living below poverty level. The percentage of children living in poverty is 11.9%, ranking North Dakota the fourth-lowest in the country in this category. Since 2000, the rate of adults living in poverty has increased 0.5%, while the rate of children has actually decreased from 16.1% a decade ago.
Due to a moderate prevalence for sedentary lifestyle, approximately 27.8% of the population in North Dakota is obese, ranking the state 25th in adult obesity. This marks an increase of 7.4% over the last decade. As far as youth obesity is concerned, the state is ranked 13th, with 11% of the adolescent population considered obese. Despite a relatively high percentage of obese individuals, only 8.2% of adults in North Dakota are living with diabetes, ranking it the eighth-lowest in the country. However, this number has been increasing over the last decade, up from 5.1% in 2002. The incidence of stroke is approximately 2.2%, which is only 0.1% higher than the national average.
With an above-median prevalence of smoking of 21.9% of the population, North Dakota is ranked 29th in this category, however, the percentage of people who smoke has increased by 4.5% since 2011 alone. North Dakota is the second-poorest ranked state for binge drinking, with 23.8% of the population participating, indicating a 3.7% increase in just over a year.
With the strengths being a low prevalence of diabetes, low incidence of adolescent poverty and high immunization coverage, North Dakota is still struggling with a high prevalence of binge drinking.
CPR, First Aid and BLS (Basic Life Support) are critical qualifications for EMTs, RNs and other medical professionals. “CPR Select” provides quality online training programs for medical professionals wishing to become certified in CPR, First Aid and BLS in North Dakota.
Local CPR Class Locations in North Dakota
|Sanford Bismarck||300 N 7th St, Bismarck, ND 58501-4439|
|St. Alexius Medical Center||900 E Broadway Ave Box 5510, Bismarck, ND 58506-5510|
West North Central
|State||Major Cities||Average Life Expectancy for Male||Average Life Expectancy for Female||National Health Ranking||CPR Select Courses Accepted|
|77.19 years||82.3 years||5th|
|Kansas City||75.92 years||80.83 years||26th|
|Omaha||76.85 years||81.41 years||16th|
|77.55 years||82.63 years||12th|
|Minneapolis||78.32 years||83.25 yearsx||6th|
|Minneapolis||74.64 years||80.15 yearsx||33rd|
|77.19 years||82.47 yearsx||23rd|
North Dakota Cities List