All of our courses are developed by trained instructors and follow the most up to date ECC/ILCOR, and OSHA guidelines. In addition, hundreds of state and health boards across the US approve and endorse our training. You can search for them here.
Browse through our frequently asked questions to learn more about our courses. Our support team is always standing by for further assistance and questions.
Our course(s) is designed to let you work at your own learning pace and schedule! The average completion time for our course(s) is 1 to 2 hours. The best part is that the course(s) does not have to be completed all in one sitting. You can log out and log back into the course at anytime. You will also have unlimited access to the course material for 60 DAYS from the date of purchase (a small fee may be applicable to unlock a course quiz after these 60 days; refer to Terms of Service).
Yes, we have a renowned group program for groups starting with 5 individuals to larger, corporate group accounts. As the group size increases, we offer a better discount! The group account set up process is simple. Our program allows each individual to register and complete the course at his/her own pace and schedule. The group owner, or individual organizing the account, will also have access to various tools to track the group’s progress. Please click here to learn more about our group program and to register for an account.
Provide your employer or organization an introductory letter to American Health Care Academy. The letter provides details about our certification to help employers determine acceptance of our Nationally Accepted courses.
When it comes to CPR, most people don’t realize that there is no national accrediting agency for training and certification. This means that at American Health Care Academy, we uphold the same standards and quality of CPR training as the Red Cross and similar providers, while offering you the most convenient and user-friendly courses. Our CPR and healthcare courses are accredited by multiple agencies nationally and follow the guidelines set by the American Heart Association.