Description: The American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) course is designed to train healthcare professionals in recognizing and responding to life-threatening emergencies. Nearly all Healthcare workers are required to have at least this BLS class. Skills include: Providing 1 and 2 rescuer CPR/AED for adults, children and infants, using an Automated External Defibrillator and relieving choking.
Duration: 4 Hours
Intended Audience: Nurses, Doctors, Hospital/Clinic personnel, Dental Workers, or anyone interested in the healthcare field.
Certification: This course can be taken either in a traditional classroom setting, a blended learning setting (with some online course work required prior to an in-person skill session) or on-site at your location by selecting the tabs below. The exact same 2-year American Heart Association certification card is administered for each type of session.
Price: Click on a date for more details and registration/pricing
*Looking for more options? Did you know the American Red Cross is accepted by most employers and now an equivalent to the AHA BLS course? Click here to see these additional options.
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