Want to save a life? Get free training in CPR, AED, or First Aid via Save a Life. It’s a temporary offer and the free code could disappear at any time.

A colleague shared:

Save a Life is offering CPR, AED, and First Aid training for free. Sign up at nhcps.com/facebook-… Once completed, you can submit your certificate for points in the Go365 app Access it online at https://nhcps.com/facebook-free/

What Happens After You Sign Up

Once you are signed up, you will get two emails confirming your account and welcoming you:

Thank you for choosing Save a Life Certifications by NHCPS for your certification needs. We are excited to have you here! You can log into your account to start your certification training, take the exam, view orders, change your password, and more. User: REMOVED Password: REMOVED

We work in conjunction with the Disque Foundation to fulfill our mission empowering others to save lives. In choosing SaveaLife.com to meet your certification requirements, you’re supporting a larger mission and cause, and you are making a significant contribution towards saving lives in underserved communities around the globe, and all from an online platform.

Below we have prepared the steps to take to begin your course, and have recorded a quick video for you on how to navigate through your account. Feel free to watch it here.


  • Study the modules and review the results of your exam. Simply login to your account, go to My Active Courses and click on Take Course button. Our courses are always available online and can be taken whenever it’s convenient
  • Take the exam. Click your course exam and Take Quiz. Exam retakes are unlimited until successful completion, at no additional charge.
  • Download your card. Immediately after passing the exam, you may download and print the digital copy of card on My Completed Courses tab. If your order qualified for a printed card, you’ll see the option to Receive Printed Card.

We wish you good luck with you course and exam!


I’ll be sure to report back. It’s been awhile since I was CPR certified (high school), so I’m looking forward to