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CPR Certification Requirements for Teachers in North Dakota

North Dakota is a unique and special state, and it’s one of the states that has recently seen a surge of support for online-based CPR certification in recent years. 

Just like any state, it’s important to know what the acceptance is for online CPR certifications. Below we’ve prepared a list of the specific approvals of ProTrainings courses for Teachers in the state of North Dakota.
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Summary of CPR Certification Requirements for North Dakota

  • Teachers in North Dakota are required to have an Adult, Child, and Infant Pediatric CPR, AED and First Aid certification.
  • The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction does not require Teachers to maintain CPR certification for licensure.
  • CPR certification requirements are decided by the individual School Districts upon employment.
  • Most employers will require a Lay Rescuer CPR, AED, and First Aid certification for all ages.
  • An online course is accepted in North Dakota for Teachers.
  • A (hands-on) practical skills component may be required by your local school district to maintain employment.
  • Those teaching Sports Management, Physical Education, Nutrition or Health courses may have additional requirements.

Course Content

Teachers in North Dakota usually need a Lay Rescuer CPR, AED certification. Required training should include; Adult, Child, Infant CPR, AED and First Aid.

Delivery Method

Teachers in North Dakota may complete their training online, in-person or via a blended course in order to meet their state licensure requirement. Different school districts may require a specific training method or a specific provider.

If you are not certain of your employer's requirement, make sure to check with them about both the training type and the required course content.

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Summary of CPR Certification Requirements for North Dakota:

The North Dakota State Department of Public Instruction does not require Teachers to maintain a CPR certification for licensure. However, individual school districts may require to have a current Adult, Child, and Infant Pediatric CPR, AED and First Aid certification upon employment.

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