We often hear from people looking for their lost CPR certificate. Fortunately there are some easy steps you can take to find your last card. If you aren’t able to locate it through the below options, you’ll need to contact the Training Center or instructor who taught your course.
- Don’t panic. It will be okay. Worst things have happened in your life.
- Remember some details. Where did you take your class? Most likely it was with the American Heart Association. BLS cards look like the ones in the photo above. Some other training providers include the American Red Cross and the American Safety and Health Institute. If you had an American Heart Association card, try to recall if you downloaded and printed it from online or if it was handed or mailed to you by your instructor.
- Get a replacement:
- If you received your card online, it was most likely an American Heart Association eCard. These can be easily reprinted by going to https://Heart.org/mycards
- If your card was in print, only the issuing American Heart Association Training Center can reissue your card.
- If you took your class at a Code One Training Center, you can easily Contact Us and we can email you a link to your eCard within 1-2 business days.
- If you didn’t take your course with Code One, a listing of all AHA training centers is here. We can only access AHA eCards for learners who took their course at Code One.
We hope this information helps you obtain a replacement CPR card!