How to take a course online
Many AHA lifesaving training courses are available online via OnlineAHA. Courses that involve only cognitive learning can be completed entirely online. For courses that contain skills that require practice, like CPR, students must complete an in-person Skills Practice and Testing Session with an AHA Instructor after they complete the online portion. The Instructor will evaluate the student's skills and offer a course completion card to students who pass the skills testing requirements.
Find an Instructor near you
Visit the Global Class Connector and locate an AHA Training Center near you.
Confirm skills practice and testing.
Ask whether they offer a skills session for Online AHA courses. If they do not, they can offer you a schedule and class information so that you can take a course directly with them.
If your local AHA Training Center does offer skills sessions, visit OnlineAHA, look through the Course Catalog and choose the course that is right for you.
Take the course
Take the cognitive portion of the course online and then contact your Training Center to schedule a skills session.
OnlineAHA and the products sold within are all in English. They use the US system of measurement within the products.