Welcome to the Hybrid CPR Course from Home Hazard Prevention. This self-paced program is designed to help streamline your learning experience, while maximizing your time. The classroom portion has been videotaped and edited to allow for consistent course content and timing. The overall goal is to increase survival rates, while offering consistent material and increase convenience for the students. The modules are separated so that there is a short knowledge checkpoint after each section. Each section must be passed with a minimum of 50% to move on to the next section; with an overall grade of 70% to pass the online portion. Students will have 14 calendar days to complete the online program, starting from the time the first module is opened. Once the online portion is passed, you will need to contact Home Hazard Prevention (480-448-0266) to schedule your skills check. Below are some basic tips about the Hybrid program.
- Individualized URL/course (1 course URL required per person)
- Can be access from any internet connection (videos cannot be downloaded/copied/shared)
- Start/Pause/Stop capable videos allow you to complete the program at your own pace
- Online certificate automatically issued upon completion of online portion (PDF)
- Student must contact HHP to set up a skills check, bring your online certificate with you
- After skills check is completed, an email will be sent to the student. Student must complete the Program review in order for the Certificate of Completion will get issued (embed with QR code)
- Students and/or Employers can access a current CPR card at any time, verified by QR code
- Students have access to course for 20 months (knowledge checkpoints cannot be updated)
- CPR training videos sent periodically
- CPR Program renewal emails sent automatically
Hybrid learning is a combination of eLearning, in which a student completes part of the course in a self-directed manner online, followed by a hands-on session. Successful blended learning can reach students with varying learning styles and in different environments. It combines the flexibility of online training with skills practice and testing for CPR and other psychomotor skills. The in-person skills check can only be completed after successful completion of the self-directed online portion.
The online portion of the CPR Program covers the following topics: PPE, BBP, Scene Safety, Patient Assessment, Infant/Child/Adult CPR and AED, and basic First Aid Response. The in-person skills check confirms that the above-listed topics have been learned and can be practically applied. A 70% or better is required for successful completion of the entire course. The certificate of completion is valid for 24 months from the successful completion of the in-person skills check.
How do I register to use the site?
You must register with the site before purchasing or completing courses.
- In the top navigation, click Register.
- Fill out all required information on the registration form.
- Please do not re-register if you have done so previously.
- Save your email address and password you used for future reference.
Where do I access my course information?
The course page is visible to all signed-in students. From this page, you can do the following:
- Start a course or access a previously started course
- See your active & completed courses
- Print course completion certificates
How do I start a new course?
In order to begin a new course, follow these steps:
- Log in to the site
- Select Courses
- Click the course name
- The course name is a hyperlink that will take you into the course
Where do I begin in a course?
On the course home page always start with the first exercise. You will receive instructions on what you need to do to complete the course. Once you finish an exercise, return to the Course Home page and move to the exercise you wish to complete on the list.
Do I need to save my completed exercises?
No, once you complete an exercise it is automatically saved and appears with a “Review” on the course home page, with a checkmark to the left of the exercise title. Your work in an exercise, however, will not be saved if you log out before you finish that exercise.
Can I take a break while working in a course?
Yes. You can enter and exit a course as often as necessary. For courses that require an online test, the test must be completed in a single session with no breaks.
How do I show that I completed an online course?
After successfully completing the online course you will receive a Certificate of Completion.
- Log in to the site
- Select My Profile
- Go to the course to view your certificate and print a new one.
How to Claim Your E-Card
You will receive an email from Home Hazard Prevention with a link to complete your Program Review.
Once a Review is completed, your official Course Completion E-Card will be emailed to you. Please verify that all of your information is correct on the e-card. This PDF is a full page, with the bottom portion able to be cut to wallet size. It is our recommendation that you forward a copy of your Certificate of Completion to your Employer/Licensing Agency as soon as you can.
How to Verify a Certificate of Completion
Please note, if you do not complete the Program Review, you will not receive your Certificate of Completion. You will be able to access all course content, but will not receive the Certificate until the Review is completed.
Employers and Licensing Agencies can verify a certificate of completion by scanning the QR code. They will be directed to a webpage showcasing the certificate holder’s name, course name, and certificate expiration date.