Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers & Professional Rescuers

                         American Heart Association Certification  or  EMS Safety Services Certification

                                    Please check with your employer to confirm their certification requirements.

BLS – Basic Life Support Provider

American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers

 

$ 85     (full classroom, Instructor-led course)  3-4 hr        student manual included

$ 80    * (renewal classroom, Instructor-led course)   3 hr       student manual included   (current BLS card required)

$ 55     (Instructor-led Skills Test Session only)  1 hr      no student manual required

American Heart Association BLS Healthcare Provider Certification Course:

BLS Manual  The goal of the American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) Course is to train and teach healthcare professionals how to perform high-quality CPR individually or as part of a team.  Choose either Instructor-Led training or Blended learning.  To receive a course completion card, students must pass Adult CPR-AED Skills Test; Infant CPR Skills Test and Score at least 84% on the exam.  The Course Agenda is as follows:

  • Adult BLS
    • Chain of Survival, Scene Safety and Assessment
    • 1 and 2-Rescuer BLS
  • AED and Bag Mask Device
  • Team Dynamics
  • Child BLS
    • Pediatric Chain of Survival
    • 1 and 2-Rescuer BLS
  • Infant BLS
    • 1 and 2-Rescuer BLS
  • AED for Children and Infants
  • Special Considerations
  • Adult,Child and Infant Choking; responsive, unresponsive
  • Exam and Skills Testin

Student manual required for full class and renewal class; bring your own current manual or purchase one at time of training.

*AHA BLS HCP Renewal classes requires the students to have a current AHA BLS HCP card which must be presented to the AHA instructor.  

For Blended Learning; AHA BLS HCP Skills Testing Class requires the students to have completed Part 1 of the on-line-self-directed HeartCode BLS course and must print the Part 1 Completion Certificate for presentation to the AHA instructor.  This course is video-instructor-led and includes practice and Skills Testing. 

Your AHA Healthcare Provider Card states: This card certifies that the individual has successfully completed the cognitive and skills evaluations in accordance with the curriculum of the AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR and AED) Program.

 

           EMS Safety CPR-AED for Professional Rescuers (BLS)

           $75    ( 4 hr )     student manual included

          EMS  Safety  Services  Pro CPR-AED Certification Course is Approved by ADP – Academy of General Dentistry;  AMR – American Medical Response;  NREMT – National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians

  •         –  Chain of Survival, Scene Safety and Assessment
  •         –  Protection from Infection
  •          – C-A-B Sequence
  •          – CPR Barriers and Bag Mask
  •          – Adult, Child, Infant CPR (1 and 2 rescuers)
  •          – AED use and Special AED Considerations and Safety
  •          – Team CPR, Rescue Breathing and Advanced Airway
  •           -Adult, Child, Infant Choking

Your EMS Safety Professional Provider Card statesThe holder of this       card has successfully completed the training requirements for           certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider and Professional Rescuer. Training is consistent with the most current AHA CPR and ECC Guidelines, and the International First Aid Science Advisory Board, and meets or exceeds the requirements by Federal OSHA for the designated workplace responder.

Training is consistent with the current guidelines of the:

  • American Heart Association (AHA)
  • International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR)
  • Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC)
  • International First Aid Science Advisory Board and
  • Meets or exceeds the requirements of the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for workplace responders

 

The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS, ACLS, & PALS & has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course material, do not represent income to the Associatio