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WARNING: If you are taking a course for a traffic citation or insurance discount in FL, MI, NJ or NY, click here to find your state approved program. If your state is not listed, contact your local court or insurance provider.

Course Name (Pricing is per user)
Defensive Driving Courses
DDC Online 9.0 Edition $41.25
DDC Online 9.0 Edition (Spanish) $41.25
DDC Professional Truck Driver $49.95
DDC Motorcycle Safety Program $24.95
Alive at 25® Parent Program $24.95
First Aid and Compliance Courses
NSC First Aid, CPR & AED $19.95
NSC First Aid, CPR & AED (Spanish) $19.95
NSC Bloodborne & Airborne Pathogens Online $15.95


NOTE: To receive nationally recognized NSC First Aid, CPR & AED course completion cards, you must attend a skills testing session conducted by an authorized NSC skill tester.
 
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NSC Defensive Driving Courses - DDC Online sets the standard for Internet driver safety training with the most up-to-date curriculum available. With quality, and continually updated content from our classroom defensive driving courses, NSC offers convenient and effective online driver safety training to individuals and organizations. Join 70 million drivers that have learned proven defensive driving techniques from the National Safety Council.

You will receive an official Certificate of Completion from the National Safety Council that, in many states, may be used to lower automobile insurance rates. Check with your insurance carrier to see if you qualify. Requirements for insurance discounts vary by state. If you intend to take this course for insurance discount, you must verify with your agent or insurance company before you enroll that they will accept the DDC-Online Certificate of Completion issued by the National Safety Council. Since only one certificate will be issued to each account, family members will need to purchase separate accounts to receive the certificates of their own.

WARNING: If you are taking a course for a traffic citation or insurance discount in FL, MI, NJ or NY, click here to find your state approved program. If your state is not listed, contact your local court or insurance provider.

NSC First Aid Courses - NSC First Aid Online programs are an affordable, convenient training option for individuals to learn lifesaving skills at their own pace from any computer with an Internet connection. They are ideal for employees whose work assignments make it difficult to complete classroom training. NSC First Aid Online programs are a great refresher tool to keep skills sharp. These innovative, highly interactive programs cover all elements of the classroom course.

Online programs teach the knowledge portion of the course, clearly presenting learning points using animation, full-motion video, interactive user exercises and real-world simulations. To receive nationally recognized NSC First Aid, CPR & AED course completion cards, you must attend a skills testing session conducted by an authorized NSC skill tester. To locate a skills testing center near you, visit http://train.nsc.org/tcd/TCDMain01.aspx, call (800) 621-7619 or contact your local NSC Chapter.

 

 

 

 

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Why Choose NSC?

Technically Sound Content

Learn from the leader in safety training. With nearly 100 years of safety experience and expertise, NSC is the world's leading safety and health resource to keep you safe at work, on the road, at home and in your community.

Unparalled User Experience

These innovative online programs clearly present learning points using animation, full-motion video, interactive user exercises and real-world simulations that make it easier and more enjoyable to learn.

Latest National Guidelines

NSC First Aid and compliance courses meet OSHA standards and CDC, NFPA and the 2010 CPR and ECC Guidelines.

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