CPR is a lifesaving technique that is critical during emergencies like sudden cardiac arrest, drowning, or choking, where a child’s heartbeat or breathing might stop. According to the American Heart Association, timely CPR can double or even triple the chances of survival after cardiac arrest. But the unfortunate truth is, many parents lack the training to perform this lifesaving skill.

Captain Wayne Bennett (Ret.), the founder of Online CPR Skills Training and Certification, has made it his mission to equip as many people as possible with the knowledge and confidence to perform CPR and First Aid. His 33 years of service as a firefighter and over 30 years as an American Heart Association Instructor have shaped his commitment to training individuals in this lifesaving skill. To date, he has trained over 170,000 people, and with the advent of online training, this number is set to grow exponentially.

With Capt. Bennett’s free online courses, you will learn the latest CPR techniques that align with the current guidelines set by the American Heart Association and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Best Practices. The training is self-paced, allowing you to learn conveniently, revisit specific modules as needed, and retest until you’re confident in your skills.

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Remember, emergencies occur without warning, and the first few minutes are critical for the victim’s survival. As a parent, you could be the first responder in such a scenario involving your child, and your ability to perform CPR could mean the difference between life and death.

Join us in Captain Bennett’s mission and start your life-saving journey today. You can begin learning for free, and only pay when you’re ready to print your certification card. To start your training, click here.

Make a difference, because every second, every beat, and every breath count.


Learn the importance of AHA compliance in CPR training and how to choose the right program for your needs. Plus, discover our free online CPR training, perfect for school staff and parents. Read our blog post ” CPR Certification: Understanding AHA Compliance and Choosing the Right Program