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How can I tell if my card is a valid AHA course completion card?

As a global leader in fighting heart disease and stroke, the American Heart Association training programs are of the highest quality. To verify you have completed a genuine AHA course, ensure your card looks like the one below.


eCards are a simple, secure, and convenient way to issue course completion cards.

  • Students and employers can check training status of any eCard holder 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  • Align this card with the specific Training Center who issued it.

  • To verify an eCard, go to www.heart.org/CPR/mycards and enter the eCard code or scan the QR code on the student eCard.

  • All cards have a copyright notice.

  • The expiration date will appear as a 2-digit month, 4 digit year, and 2 years from the issue date.

  • All information on the eCard is digitally populated based on the information entered by a valid Training Center Coordinator or Instructor.

  • The Instructor ID is an added layer of security to ensure that each card can be traced back to a specific instructor, training center, and their internal course rosters.

  • Employers may verify that an eCard is authentic by scanning the QR code on the eCard using a mobile device. Once the QR code is scanned, it will auto populate the Instructors credentials for the employee to verify.

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