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How long do CPR Certificates last?
CPR certificates usually expire somewhere after one or two years. The American Red Cross and all its national chapters recognize all CPR certificates as valid for up to one year from the course completion date or three years for first aid training.
How often should I renew my CPR and first aid certificates?
The recommendations are: Renew CPR certificates once a year. ?HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation and HLTAI009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Renew Provide First Aid certificates once every 3 years. ?HLTAID001 Provide first aid. Renew Child Care First Aid certificates once every 3 years.
What is an abbreviated CPR recertification course?
CPR recertification courses allow you to refresh your memory, renew your skills and stay up to date on the latest techniques. Designed for those whose credentials are still valid but near expiration, our abbreviated CPR renewal courses take less time than our standard CPR classes, and allow you to maintain certification for an additional two years.
Do you remember how to help when you have CPR certification?
This means that just one year into your two-year CPR certification, you may not remember how to help when you’re needed most. To stay fresh on your skills between training classes and for the preparedness information you need every day, download the FREE Red Cross Mobile Apps. Certification Made Simple. Fast. Easy. Digital.