Typical CPR/First Aid certifications are valid for 2 years. If yours has expired or is expiring soon, please follow these steps to update your certification.
There are two steps to completing your ProFirstAid CPR & First Aid re-certification depending on your market:
1. You must first complete the online video portion of the training.
- If you are an Arizona driver, you can find this here.
- If you are a California driver, you can find this here.
- If you are a Connecticut driver, you can find this here.
- If you are a Florida driver, you can find this here.
- If you are a Michigan driver, you can find this here.
- If you are a Missouri driver, you can find this here.
- If you are an Ohio driver, you can find this here.
- If you are a Texas driver, you can find this here.
- If you are a Virginia driver, you can find this here.
- If you are a Wisconsin driver, you can find this here.
If you are already signed into your ProTrainings account, this link should lead you directly to the training videos. If not, please click "Log In" at the top of the page in order to be linked to the correct course.
2. Arizona, California, Connecticut, and Wisconsin drivers
- Once you have completed the online training, you'll need to come into the office for the in-person CPR & First Aid practical portion of the course.
- No appointment is necessary for the in-person portion of the test in Arizona, California, and Wisconsin! Please see our CPR class hours here to plan your visit accordingly. *Subject to availability, please contact your local office to confirm availability*
- Connecticut in-person courses are available during our Onboarding events register HERE.
All other Market drivers
- Once you receive your certification via email, you will submit that document to the Veyo app.
Please Note: As required by the insurance companies we are contracted with, all drivers must be CPR and First Aid certified. Your certification must have a hands-on practical skills assessment in order to be approved.
If your CPR/First Aid document is being denied it could be one of two reasons.
1: You have completed the online video and tested via the Veyo app. However, you have not yet completed the in-person practical exam to complete the certification.
2: The CPR/First Aid course you took via a third party, does not have a hands-on course and therefore, does not meet the qualifications Veyo requires.