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ProFirstAid Advanced
Healthcare Provider Adult / Child / Infant CPR/AED (BLS) & First Aid

ProFirstAid Advanced at a glance

  • Pass > Pay > Print
  • 2-year nationally accepted certification
  • Follows latest AHA & ECC/ILCOR guidelines
  • 3 hours and 48 minutes of engaging video training
  • Immediately printable card
  • Includes mailed wallet card
  • Blended / hands-on option available
  • Test challenge available for experienced professionals (full training recommended)
  • Videos include subtitles
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$54.95 After Passing

ProFirstAid Advanced is online CPR (adult, child, and infant) and First aid certification for the healthcare provider. If you are currently certified with Red Cross, AHA, American Safety Council, ASHI or Medic First Aid, you are welcome to utilize the Advanced.ProFirstAid.com program and receive a new, two-year ProFirstAid Advanced certificate.

  • CNAs
  • LPNs
  • LVNs
  • Deputy Sheriffs
  • Firefighters
  • Lifeguards
  • Forestry
  • Other Health Care Professionals who also require First Aid

Total course time includes 3 hours and 48 minutes of video training as well as knowledge reviews, final test, remedial help and reviewing downloaded material.

  • Introductory First Aid Training
    • 5 fears
  • Heart Attack and Stroke
    • Stroke
    • Heart Attacks
  • Cardiac Arrest Training
    • Adult, Child, Infant, Neonatal CPR
    • Adult CPR Team Approach
    • Hands-Only CPR
  • AED Training
    • 2-person AED
    • Adult, Child, Infant AED
  • Choking Training
    • Adult, Child, Infant Choking (Conscious)
    • Adult, Child, Infant Choking (Unconscious)
  • Bleeding Control
    • Capillary, Venous, Arterial Bleeding
  • Shock Control
    • Shock
    • Fainting
  • Ongoing Assessment for Injury and Illness
    • Mechanism of Injury
    • Secondary Survey
    • Musculoskeletal Injuries
    • Amputation
    • Head, Neck, and Back Injuries
    • Seizure
    • Eye Injuries
    • Allergic Reactions
    • Snake Bites
    • Diabetes
  • Heat and Cold Emergencies
    • Snow Safety - Prevention, Hypothermia, Frostbite
    • Heat and Cold Emergencies
    • Burns
  • Prevention
    • Car Backing
    • Child Proofing the Home
    • Poison Control
    • Pool Safety
    • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Respiratory Arrest Training
    • Adult, Child, Infant Rescue Breathing
    • Adult Bag Valve Mask
  • Two Rescuer Skills Training
    • Adult, Child, Infant 2 Rescuer CPR
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
    • Reducing Your Risk
    • Exposure Incident

What People are Saying

“I am not certain what you mean by a brief testimonial but I will give it my best shot. I believe, know or do have a strong testimony or witness that the interventions used to provide First Aid do work! I have had several experiences in my life using the heimlieck maneuver where I was able to sufficiently perform the abdominal thrusts in order to dislodge the object (an aspirin or two) and watch the two white pills shoot out of the victims mouth and fly through the air across the room! If I had not followed the spiritual prompting to " go over to Laura;s house now!" (which screamed at me on the third attempt) and I finially believed and obeyed the voice/feeling/thoughts and ran across the road to find Laura standing in the kitchen near the counter with a glass of water in her hand, and a bottle of aspirin on the counter. she was motioning for me to come in and had her hands around her neck .. she could not speak or breath; I asked her "are you choking?" she shook her head "yes".I explained to her that I was trained and would help her by performing the Heimlick Maneuver on her. I stood behind her wrapped both arms around her midsection found the sternum and went down two fingers , made the fist with my two hands and firmly pressed quickly in and up , in and up, in and up, then I gave three blows to her midback and repeated the thrusts until the aspirin was dislodged. She was home alone with her new born baby and her husband Joe is/was a cherry farmer and was out shaking cherries off the trees ..it was cherry harvest and everyone was out workng in the orchards, I was home that day for some unknown reason? because usually everyday during cherry harvest I too am out working with the crew in the orchards. To me having these few simple skills are able to actually save lives! The work that first responders do is a great work and I am grateful for those who have developed these intervention techniques and that I have been taught theses life saving skills. I would counsel anyone reading this to get trained, espicially if you are a mother, a teacher, a babysitter or just a friend who cares. ”

- Janet

“Convenient and thorough training. I am confident I will know what to do when confronted with an emergency situation.”

- Tracey L from WA