CPR saves lives. Enroll for ATCC’s CPR Certification and enrich yourself with an essential lifesaving skill that can be of great value at any point of time in the workplace, at home, or in public.
Get introduced to the basics of human physiology. Understand what Heimlich Maneuver is. Learn how to perform CPR on adults, children, and infants and how to use AED (Automated External Defibrillator) on children.
Become a good Samaritan
About The CPR Certification
The ATCC CPR Certification is a well-researched online course that has been developed for people who would like to understand every aspect of CPR. The course has been designed so that it is easily understood by beginners and people new to CPR apart from seasoned healthcare professionals.
Why Get Certified?
While it is not mandatory for people to be certified, it is certainly very beneficial for job and work prospects. Showing that you have been certified gives confidence to clients and hiring managers that you possess the essential knowledge and skills to get the job done.
This certification comes with everything you need including an in-depth online courseware with plenty of examples and expert tips. The course usually takes 2-4 weeks to complete, after which you can take the online test from your own device. You receive an online transcript as well as a hard copy certificate delivered at your physical address. We also provide highly responsive feedback to hundreds of employee verification requests annually. Taking this certification could be the smartest move for your career.
Career Prospects with a CPR Certification
According to OH&S, approximately 1,000 Americans experience sudden cardiac arrest each day, and only 10 percent of them survive. At the same time, "each year less than 3% of the U.S. population receives CPR training, leaving many bystanders unprepared to respond to cardiac arrest." There is clearly a huge unmet need for CPR-certified individuals.
In a survey of 897,000 job postings, to identify the most in-demand certifications across all industries in the U.S., CareerOneStop found that CPR was mentioned in 28,796 job postings, making it the second of the top 5 certifications. Sample job titles included registered nurse, lifeguard, tree trimmer, volunteer coordinator, recreation worker, coach, licensed practical nurse, and respiratory therapist.
As evident from the job titles, there are several non-medical careers where a CPR certification can be very helpful. Some of them include firemen, lifeguards, flight attendants, teachers, coaches and athletic trainers, fitness and yoga instructors, recreation workers, social workers and volunteers, and jail and prison personnel.