American Heart Association Certification eCard Information

The Training Center of NW Georgia is now providing an electronic version of the class Certification Card called an eCard.  An eCard is the electronic equivalent of a printed course completion card and is an alternative to a paper card. eCards are valid course completion cards and can be presented to employers as proof of successful class completion. Paper cards are no longer available.

The benefits of the Ecard are:  You will receive your certification faster; will not have to make a trip back to the Training Center to pick up your card, no need to worry about card getting lost in the mail.  In addition, you can always access your ecard, so no more lost cards.

Within a few days after completing your training class, you will receive an email with information on accessing your eCard online. If you don’t see it, BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER.

From the email, you will click on a hyperlink to view your eCard. This hyperlink will direct you to the Student Profile webpage. On the Student Profile page, you can confirm or edit your contact information; set up a security question and answer that will be used to access your individual eCard Profile in the future; and agree to the AHA’s standard Terms of Use.

You will then be asked to complete a brief six-question survey about your class experience.

Once the student survey has been completed, you will see your individual eCard.   You can print either a full page size certificate or a wallet size one.

Be sure to save your pass word and ID information, so you can access you certification at any time.

If your employer needs documentation of your certification, you can print them a copy or if you provide them with your certificate # they can go to www.heart.org/cpr/mycards and select the employer tab to view/verify your certification.

If you employer requires documentation that the ecard is a valid certification, we can send you a notice from the American Heart Association.

NOTE:  If you require immediate confirmation of your class completion, you may ask the class Instructor for a Class Completion Letter.