Open to Everyone
What to bring to class:
Pen and paper for notetaking
Uniform is not required
for Healthcare Providers
The American Heart Association BLS (Basic Life Support) CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) training is for:
Healthcare Workers: Nurses, dentists, hygienists, nursing students, dental students, pharmacists, emergency medical technicians, physicians, professional rescuer, respiratory therapists or anyone in the health-care industry required to have CPR training.
Laypersons: All non medical individuals can also take this class including daycare providers, warehouse staff, massage therapists, lifeguards, teachers, office staff, church staff, safety committee staff, yoga or fitness instructors, parents or grandparents, scout leaders, teens, etc.
Our instructor-led BLS course is 100% hands-on and teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills, including the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking, for application in both pre-hospital and in-facility environments with a focus on High-Quality CPR.
The American Heart Association CPR certification is the most widely accepted certification. Many employers and schools will not recognize certifications from other organizations. We teach and certify through the American Heart Association.
Same day certification. Upon completion of this class, you will receive a 2-year BLS Provider certification through the American Heart Association.
*We are a local American Heart Training Provider aligned with the AHA Training Center In-Pulse CPR, Inc.
$60 (Includes same-day certification)
IMPORTANT UPDATE: In light of the continuing health crisis, the American Heart Association BLS provider course has been reprogrammed into a hybrid format consisting of e-learning, followed by a one hour in-person skills session. Completion of e-learning and skills session results in the same BLS provider course completion certification.
To view available class dates, please click "Proceed to Register."
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Q: What should I wear to class?
A: Wear something comfortable. Uniform is not required.
Q: How do I get the student materials I need?
A: Additional materials are not needed for our training. Please bring pen and paper for notetaking.
Q: When can I expect to receive my course completion card from the AHA?
A: AHA mandates the issue of course completion cards within 20 days of successful course completion; however, we promise a same day certification.