AED Training - Philips HeartStart FRx - The Gold Standard!
Philips HeartStart FRx
Key Features:
  • Award-winning, interactive, multi-media training.
  • Nationally accredited 2-year certification according to the guidelines published by the American Heart Association.
  • Developed by clinically experienced Board Certified Emergency Physicians.
  • Over 1,000,000 satisfied trainees.
  • Immediate access to training and certification.
  • Audio and visual prompts have been customized to your Philips HeartStart FRx.
  • Course duration: 30 minutes includes online training, practice and testing modules.
Price: $29.95 
EU Value Advantage:
  • Bonus: Personal Administrative package provides anywhere anytime access to print your certificate, training and testing results.
  • Two year access to ongoing learning modules.
  • Concierge Customer Service - Call us anytime at 1-866-AED-HELP!
  • CPR Instructor-led skills add-on available today.

Here is what our customers say:

"Your Virtual FRx AED training program was wonderful! I was apprehensive to use our AED before completing your training. I now feel that I would know what to do if someone collapsed nearby. I highly recommend your AED training program to everyone!”

Deborah Adams
Three Rivers Corporation

Customers who Depend on EU for their Philips FRx AED Training:
  • United States Navy
  • University of San Diego
  • Tyson Foods, Inc.
  • Ohio Valley Residential Services
  • Oil Spill Response and East Asia Response Limited
  • Central Texas Vetrans Health Care System
  • McFarland Cascade

Course Content:

  • AED Training According to AHA Published Guidelines: Interactive, audio/visual training program combining photographs, voice over, text, and clinical animations designed to instruct in the proper use of an AED.
  • AED Practice Scenarios According to AHA Published Guidelines: Interactive, audio/visual practice program comprised of seven real-life clinical scenarios utilizing all of the elements of the AED training program designed to build competence and confidence in the use of an AED. The student receives instructive feedback for correct or incorrect answers.
  • AED Testing According to AHA Published Guidelines: Through simulation of an actual emergency experience, the student takes a timed test which requires him to choose the proper sequence of actions necessary in a cardiac emergency utilizing an AED.
Awards and Recognition:

  • People Saving People - The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation presented this Award to Emergency University Trainees from the FAA for saving the life of a 50-year old American Airlines Pilot at the 2012 ECCU Conference. 

  • Public Service Award for Outstanding AED Program - The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association (SCAA) presented the FAA with this Award at the 2012 SCAA annual meeting.


  • Braun, O., (October, 2011). Can the AHA Recommendations for a PAD Program Be Effectively Implemented Nationwide Using a Combination of Personalized Medical Supervision and Extensive AED Program Software and Database Support? The Official Journal of European Resuscitation Council, Volume 82, (Supplement 1), Page S20. •Presented at the 2011 European Resuscitation Conference.

  • Braun, O., (September, 2012). Success Factors for Agency-Wide Public Access Defibrillation Programs. Presented at the Emergency Cardiac Care Update Conferences(ECCU). •Hosted by the Citizen CPR Foundation in cooperation with the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross and the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
Accreditations and Approvals:

  • According to AHA/ILCOR Published Guidelines
  • OSHA Compliant
  • Approved and Utilized by the Department of Health and Human Services
  • Approved and Utilized by Federal Occupational Health Agency
  • Approved by the US Department of Homeland Security
  • Approved and Utilized by the US Navy, US Army, US Air Force, and US Coast Guard