In the state of Maryland, CPR and First Aid is only required for teachers in supervisory roles:

At least one adult in each school, other than the designated school health services professional and the school health services aide, shall be currently certified both in the First Aid Program of the American National Red Cross or its equivalent, and in adult or pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), or both. One certified person shall be available on site during the regular school day and at all school-sponsored athletic events. Read more.

Course: ProFirstAid Blended


The Maryland State Department of Education has ProTrainings on its’ list of approved providers.

Division of Early Childhood Development-Office of Child Care
Office of Child Care Approved CPR/FirstAid, and SIDS Training Sources include:

ProTrainings: ProCPR and ProFirstAid
ProCPR is for Healthcare Providers and includes Adult/Child/Infant CPR/AED certification
ProFirstAid is for child care providers or lay rescuers and includes CPR for Adult/Child/Infant CPR/AED and First Aid certification
• Training consists of 2 steps to receive a certificate:
  • Step 1 is training and testing online and
  • Step 2 is the hands-on skill evaluation with a certified instructor.