ALL IN-PERSON CLASSES ARE CANCELLED THROUGH SEPTEMBER 15, 2020.
Online CPR and First Aid Certification
If you have questions or concerns about your license and an expiring CPR certification, please contact your ELD licensing specialist.
Under normal circumstances, online CPR is not accepted for early childhood system use. In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Early Learning Division has authorized a temporary exception to this rule, effective immediately and expiring after the Governor lifts the emergency declaration.
Successful completion of this online CPR and First Aid will temporarily certify you in infant, child, and adult CPR. This training meets Office of Child Care licensing requirements as well as requirements for the DHS Enhanced Rate.
CCR&R of Multnomah County is offering the online portion of our two-part, blended first aid and CPR class for free.
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
This registration form is for early learning and child care providers in MULTNOMAH COUNTY, Oregon.
After registering, you will receive an email with a link to your class, WITHIN ONE WEEK.
You will need a computer or smart phone, and internet access, to take this class. The online class will take 2-3 hours to complete.
One week after completing the class, you will receive an email with a temporary certificate for Infant/child/adult CPR and first aid. Your class completion will also be listed in ORO.
Your temporary certificate is valid until 60 days after CCR&R in-person classes resume.
When CCR&R in-person classes resume, we will contact you to register for a three-hour, in-person class at Mt. Hood Community College Maywood Campus. At that time, you will need to pay the $50 registration fee. (Fees are waived for RF and CF licenses, as well as DHS-listed license-exempt providers.)
After taking the in-person class, you will receive a normal certification card, good for two years.
Click here to register (This should be a button linked to this google form https://forms.gle/EaYtCJ7CW5KJjUz87)
Unfortunately we have been unable to find online CPR in languages other than English. If you have concerns about your CPR requirement, please call your licensing specialist.