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  • Will I recieve an American Heart Association certification card?
    Yes, all students upon successful completion of the course will receive their American Heart Association certification the same day, which is valid for 2 years.
  • What is your cancellation policy?
    Due to the nature of the course, the shipping of the kits and the course keys that are available for one-time use ONLY we cannot provide refunds, transfers or cancellations of courses.
  • How long can I keep the CERT Training Kit?
    The CERT training kit is to be used for your Skills Check and there are two options to return the kit. You can return the kit to your nearest UPS Store location or we can schedule pick up by UPS for an additional $10.00 fee. You will choose your desired return option at time of registration.
  • Do I have to pay to ship the training kit back to CERT headquarters?
    There are 2 options for returning the CERT training kit to our headquarters. OPTION 1: Take your kit to your local UPS Store location - free of charge. OPTION 2: Have UPS pick up from your location - additional $10 fee.
  • What should I do if my CERT training kit is missing an item?
    We inventory all kits before they are shipped, however, if you do find that a piece is missing, simply email our shipping department at: and let us know which piece is missing and we will ship a replacement part out immediately.
  • Is the CERT training kit sanitized between uses?
    Absolutely! We take the health and safety of our students seriously and ensure that all kits are professionally sanitized and sealed before shipping.
  • I did not receive a confirmation email for my purchased course, what should I do?"
    If you do not receive a confirmation for your purchased course from CERT, simply contact our office via email at: and let us know which course option you purchased, along with your information and we will resend the confirmation.
  • I did not receive my certification card; what should I do?
    If you have passed your course, all American Heart Association E-cards are automatically generated and emailed to your provided email address. On occassion E-cards can go to your Spam or Junk folder. It is best to do a search in your email for "E-card". If you are still unable to locate your card, you may also access your E-card by clicking the link below.
  • What if I do not pass my course?
    Your American Heart Association CPR course is an open book course. Most students are able to pass the course seamlessly. Occasionally a student may not pass the Skills portion of Written Exam for the course. In these instances students have one opportunity to correct their Skills or re-take the Written Exam. Failure of the Skills Check or Written Exam a second time will result in a course failure and registration and payment of another course will be required.
  • What do I need to do in preparation for my Virtual Skills course?
    For the best training experience we suggest that you choose a quiet room, free of background noise that allows for enough floor space for you to be able to place and comfortably administer compressions to the manikin. You may also place the manikin on a sturdy table, as long as the height is comfortable for you to be able to administer proper compressions. Your camera should be angled so that the entire manikin is visible also allowing viewing of the participants hand placement. Additionally, you must have reliable internet connection.
  • Does my camera need to be on the entire time?
    Video access must be available during Skills practice, Skills testing and during the written Exam. The camera may be turned off during other times. We do ask that participants mute their microphone except during the question and answer sections.
  • I have never done video conferencing before, is previous video conferencing experience required?"
    Though prior experience is not necessary, a basic understanding of Virtual meetings is expected to avoid prolonging the length of the course and to be respectful of other students who are participating.


Our courses follow AHA/ECC/ILCOR international guidelines and are approved by hundreds of state and health boards.

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