BLS

Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support

2-Year American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider Certification


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This course teaches basic recognition and response to life-threatening emergencies as a healthcare provider.

*Class is taught in accordance to the updated American Heart Association 2020 guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC).


Who should take this course?

Healthcare professionals or personnel requiring BLS certification


After completing the course, you will be able to...

  • Perform CPR on an adult, child, and infant

  • Understand the importance of an AED

  • Utilize and AED to deliver a shock to an adult, child, and infant

  • Deliver ventilations using a barrier device (i.e. BVM or pocket mask)

  • Coordinate team dynamics during multi-rescuer CPR

  • Relieve Airway obstructions (choking) in an adult, child, and infant

  • Recognize and respond to other life threatening emergencies:

heart attack ~ stroke ~ drowning ~ anaphylactic shock ~ respiratory arrest ~ opioid overdose ~ loss of consciousness


Additional Notes on the Class

After completing this course, you qualify to become an AHA instructor. If you're interested in becoming an AHA BLS instructor, please reach out to us.