Spend a little more time and you can be fully certified with continuing healthcare credits--all online. You'll need to take a final exam, but it is only 20 questions. The class has a regular $45 price, but can get the certification for free by putting in a code a checkout when you "purchase" the course. (Put the code in the space that says "Enter Code" and click "Redeem Code." Then Checkout.)
NHC posted a note about this at the UDEMY course:
"Visit nhcps.com and enter code UDEMYHEART100 during checkout. Share the code with family, friends, your neighbor, anyone!"
So do the UDEMY course first, then go to http://www.nhcps.com and sign up to get certified (or re-certified, if your certification is expired). You'll get a free CPR handbook and videos. I completed the full CPR certification course successfully, and only took a few hours. Note that I was certified previously, so I am just renewing. People will probably need more time if this is their first course. I'm now re-certified for two more years, and it didn't cost me a cent. It worked for me; how about you? You never know, it may save a life someday.