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American Heart Assocation eCard

All certification can be verified to

American Heart Association official Site. 

American Heart Association verify an eCard

What is an eCard?

An eCard is the electronic equivalent of a printed course completion card and can be provided to students as an alternative to a printed card. eCards are valid course completion cards and can be presented to employers as proof of successful completion of an AHA course. Like printed cards, eCards also expire two years from the issue date.

AHA eCards are more secure than printed cards. A three-point verification by the Training Center and student, is required to issue and claim eCards. eCards can be easily verified by employers at to prove issuance by a valid American Heart Association Training Center.



How do claim my AHA eCard after the course?

Students who have been assigned/emailed an eCard will receive an email inviting them to claim their eCard online. From the email, students will click on a hyperlink to view their eCard. This hyperlink will direct students to the Student Profile webpage.

On the Student Profile page, students confirm or edit their contact information; set up a security question and answer that will be used to access their individual eCard Profile in the future; and agree to the AHA’s standard Terms of Use.

Students are then asked to complete a brief six-question survey about their class experience. Once the student survey has been completed, students will see their individual eCard

eCard features and benefits:


  • Electronic course completion cards are viewable online, and offer a valid alternative to printed course completion cards

  • Can be presented to employers as proof of successful completion of an American Heart Association course, and employers can verify the eCard online

  • May be printed, if needed

  • Valid for 2 years

Reprint, Verify, Access your AHA Ecard

All certification can be verified to

American Heart Association official Site. 

American Heart Association verify an eCard

Sample print outs of American Heart Assocation Course Completion Full Size Certificate and Wallet Size Certificate. All can also be saved as PDF Files, and can always be retrieve using your email or ecard code. authenticity can be verified at American Heart Association Website. Goodbye to Fake Cards. 

ACLS Certificate
CPR Certificate
BLS Certificate
BLS Card Certificate

Protect yourself from Fraud and Fake CPR ACLS & PALS cards.

            With the new updates from the American Heart Association comes a eCards, with many security features. All cards issued by the American Heart Association will look exactly like the cards shown above, anything else is fake.

The American Heart Association does not certify trainers, doctors or training courses created by other organizations. Any claims that training products or materials are “AHA Certified,” “AHA Approved,” “AHA Compliant” or “created by AHA certified” people, where the “AHA” means the American Heart Association, are not true and are usually fake website with fake certifications.

            The American Heart Association (AHA) does not give "Instant" anything or "Instant" wallet cards online. These websites are fake. All cards must be issued by an authorized training center of the American Heart Association. All online courses must be taken via the AHA Online portal at, and skills test for the online courses must be done in person via an American Heart Association authorized provider.

            The American Heart Association's Authorized Training Centers will not send you an electronic course completion card that you fill in online. If you receive one of these, please report it to the AHA right away, along with any information you have about where it came from. If you suspect fraudulent CPR/ACLS/PALS certifications related to the American Heart Association please contact the AHA at 1-800-242-8721 or email

Read the American Heart Association Fraud Warning at

HealthForce Training Center is an Authorized Provider and an Authorized Training Site of the AHA.

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