Policy Understanding and Contract Agreement

CPR Training Center Contract

CPR, BLS and ALS training facilities agree to adhere to the following policies. Training centers elect to have one or more of their staff trained to teach Pet Emergency Education certification programs to their clients and receive a discounted rate ($49.95). CPR training centers collect their own registrations from their participants charging their own fee and pay Pet Emergency Education their cost for each person that is participating in the training at their location.  

Please review our policies

  • Training centers will register their participants with Pet Emergency Education by filling out the Enrollment Spreadsheet that will be provided to you the instructor training program has been completed. Instructors from your organization are required to submit a completed roster with each participant’s signature within 48 hours after the class is held at which time we will activate their membership account on our website where they can obtain their certificate. Training centers are then invoiced for the total number of students enrolled in the class. The rate is $39.95. We reserve the right to raise the rate in the future and will provide ample notice should we do so.
  • Training centers will be provided with a URL link for the Pet CPR E-book which they are then responsible for distributing to the participants in their classes prior to teaching the class. Links to access the E-book may be emailed directly to the participants by the training center or distributed by the instructor in whichever means they feel most comfortable with. E-books are web hosted files and cannot be printed and, for copyright reasons, cannot be distributed in any other matter nor for any other class, event, or function. Printed books are available for purchase by the training center for $10 each.

Instructor Certification and Training

  • Once a representative from your training center signs this contract, your instructors will be enrolled in our free on-demand Instructor’s Orientation Program. This program must be completed within 30 days of enrollment. The new instructor must complete the entire program. Also, training centers must acquire adequate training equipment. There is a list of required supplies listed in the orientation program. Items may be purchased by the training center independently or may be purchased through Pet Emergency Education. The orientation program takes on average 7-10 hours to complete, however the program does not need to be completed all at once. The instructor can log in and out of the program as often as needed in order to complete it within the 30-day period. Instructors must receive a passing grade on all quizzes and assessments in order to be eligible to teach our

Class Guidelines

  • All participants must be registered prior to being taught the class. Training centers will register their own participants by entering their name and email address on the registration spreadsheet provided by our The completed spreadsheet is then emailed to our office at info.petemergency@gmail.com so that the participants’ accounts on our website can be generated. This needs to be done prior to the class being held. An invoice for the total number of participants will then be generated and sent to the training center that can be paid online or by check mailed to the company address. Payment is due within 30 of receipt of invoice.
  • Training facilities must have their participants sign an attendance roster which then must be submitted to us after the class is held. Signed rosters must be kept by the training facility and sent to our office after the students complete the This is for validation reasons proving that the student attended and participated in the training. Pet Emergency Education will then email each participant log in information so they can log into their account on our website and retrieve their certificate.
  • Training centers will teach using the Pet Emergency Education PowerPoint and lesson plans provided through the Instructor Instructors are encouraged to add their own “spin” on their classes and may change and/or add pictures as long as the instructor has ownership and/or legal copyright approval for any pictures displayed in the presentation, however nothing may be removed from the presentation.
  • In order to become certified, each student/staff must complete the entire program and demonstrate the steps to performing CPR on the mannequin from start to finish At no time should a participant who has not completed all of the PetCPR+ program receive a certification certificate.