About CPR Test Center

CPR Test Center is a trusted and respected name in CPR training and certification. CPR Test Center was founded in 2010 by Henry "Doctor J" Jwan and headquartered in Clark County, Nevada. We are proud to be a leading provider in CPR, AED, First Aid, BLS, and Bloodborne Pathgens training. We offer flexible certification options and follow the nationally accepted procedures and techniques set forth by the International Liaison Committee On Resuscitation (ILCOR). These are the procedures and techniques used by organizations worldwide such as American Red Cross (ARC), American Heart Association (AHA), European Resuscitation Council (ERC), Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada (HSFC), Australian and New Zealand Committee on Resuscitation (ANZCOR), and many other local and regional authorities. Our training courses are accredited by eCPRVerify National Registry and include continuous chest compression CPR techniques developed by Dr. Gordon A. Ewy and Dr. Karl B. Kern at the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center.

CPR has been featured on local and national television as well as popular talk shows. See these examples of how ordinary people saved another person's life using techniques they learned from their CPR training.

CPR Test Center certificates have been awarded to and accepted by people and organizations around the world including members of the US Army, US Navy, state and federal government agencies, public schools, universities, non-profit organizations, hospitals, pharmacies, optometry offices, dental offices, personal care givers, security companies, hotels, industrial and manufacturing companies, sports & fitness groups, massage & health centers, students, moms & dads.

In nearly all colleges, universities, and institutions of higher education online courses are considered equivalent to traditional classroom courses. The goal of our online training course is to enhance the learning experience and promote the education of life-saving CPR techniques. Individuals who have completed our training course and certification program are better prepared in an emergency and will have prior CPR knowledge instead of relying on being able to reach EMS personnel in a timely manner. If additional hands-on training is desired, please consider our blended learning or classroom training options, or refer to your local healthcare facility. Some employers may have specific requirements relating to online education. Please check with your employer if this applies to you.