How to claim your AHA eCard
Only you can claim your eCard. It cannot be claimed by someone on your behalf.
There are two ways to claim your eCard:
Method #1 (Email Link)
You should receive an email from with a link inviting you to claim your e-card online.
Click the link within the email and review your information. If it is not correct, please contact us.
If you do not receive this email, please check your Spam or Junk folders and/or move on to method
# 2 below.
Method #2 (Direct access through the AHA website)
Students can claim eCards by going to www.heart.org/cpr/mycards.
1. Enter your First Name, Last Name, and Email Address. Please note that the information entered must be
the same as the information provided to their Instructor during training.
2. Set up a security question and answer to access your eCard(s) in the future.
3. Accept the terms and conditions of the site and click “Submit.”
4 . Complete the brief survey.
After you complete the survey, your eCard will be displayed. You will have 3 options to view or print it:
A. Save as PDF: Upon choosing your preferred size to view, you can save your eCard to your computer or
mobile device for future reference or emailing.
B. QR Code: For students with a QR code reader, you can access your eCard on a mobile device as needed.
C. Printing: Your eCard can be viewed as a PDF and can be printed either wallet size (2.5” x 3.5”) or full size
(8.5” x 11”) for easy filing.
Please note that if you do not claim your eCard, you will not be able to show proof of course completion to your employer. If your employer requires proof of completion, you can email them a copy from the eCard landing page.
After you have accessed your eCard, you should receive an email from the AHA confirming that your eCard has been claimed. You should save this confirmation email for your records.
You can view your eCard online through the AHA’s website, at any time. Simply enter your first and last name and email address, or the eCard code found on your eCard.
Your employer can verify your eCard at