American Heart Association Courses 

We also specialize in providing CPR education for the general public, clubs, organizations and individuals that just want to learn CPR but do not
need to be officially certified by the American Heart Association (AHA).

Our Commitment to Results

Midwest CPR Foundation is a corporation filed with the Missouri Secretary of State. Midwest CPR Foundation is a DOMESTIC NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION.  When you enroll in one of our CPR classes we work with you, we roll up our sleeves and become your educational partner. Our success is measured by your success.  

Midwest CPR Foundation was founded to  "enhance cardiopulmonary resuscitation education" and improve the number of CPR trained persons in the Midwest. 
Heartsaver Peditric First AID, CPR, AED - Adult Child Infant meets MO state MOPID requirements.

Contact US: Midwest CPR Foundation

Midwest CPR Foundation - https://midwestcprfoundation.wildapricot.org/

Training Center (EMR, Dallas, Tx . Training location is in St Louis Mo. All eCards are issued by the Training Center not the location T


The American Heart Association┬« strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose.  Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association┬«. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of the fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the Association

Upcoming classes

Training Center: Emergency Management Resources, Dallas:  Training Location: Midwest CPR Foundation, St Louis.

Training Center:  Is Emergency Management Resources, Dallas; Training Location: Midwest CPR Foundation, St Louis. to:  Site Map


Need CPR or First Aid Training ?

The world of cpr education changes constantly. For you to remain up-to-date, you need to complete a class and update frequently, most cases every two years.

Identifying the correct class is never easy. That's why we have a page on this website dedicated to "Which CPR or First Aid Class Should I take"? All of our classes, including online, include hands on practice and individual attention.

We provide classes for Healthcare Workers; Fitness Instructors, Teachers, Physicians, Dental staff and etc. All of our classes are AHA (American Heart Association) approved!

Mission & Vision

We have a simple, but robust mission: to help people learn how to save lives using CPR. We do that by focusing on community-based efforts including education and awareness. We want to make a difference.   

Our Philosophy

Each situation is unique. One-size-fits-all class style will not work in all situations. Self Paced solutions help you set your on pace and assists you in reaching your heart health education goals.

Our Commitment to Results

When you enroll in one of our CPR classes we work with you, we roll up our sleeves and become your educational partner. Our success is measured by your success.

When will I receive my card?

Students paying for their class in advance (before scheduled class) should receive their card the same day. Always within twenty-four hours. Students paying onsite may receive their card the next day.      

Training Center:  Is Emergency Management Resources, Dallas; Training Location: Midwest CPR Foundation, St Louis.

MOPD ONLY: 

Reminder! Missouri Professional Development (MOPD) System. The MOPD instructions webpage includes several resources to help child care providers use the new MOPD system. One of the frequently asked questions this month was how to access the Staff Report. Here are the steps for accessing reports.

  1. Claim your Organization in the MOPD system, this establishes your program with an account in MOPD.
  2. Staff need to apply for a Registry Profile Membership and complete the Employment information.
  3. Staff need to be moved from “Self-reported” status to “Verified by Program” status, which means you have confirmed that they belong in your program.
  4. Once you have established your Organization and Verified your staff, then the Staff Report can be accessed and all of the staff you verified will appear in your staff reports.
  5. Reports are found in the "Report" tab of your program's profile. 
    1. You can view each individuals staff member's clock hours for the year by clicking on their name within the Staff Report. 
    2. Training records can be found on the second page of the Professional Development Learning Record. 

You can find step-by-step instructions on Page 32 of the MOPD Instructions document on how to Claim your Organization and how to Invite Staff to join your staff list. If you need additional assistance, call 573-884-3373 or email MOPD@dese.mo.gov.

 



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Training Center (EMR Dallas Texas), Training Location (Midwest CPR Foundation St Louis). All ecards are issued by the Training Center not the training location. You card will have the Dallas Texas location on it. 


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