American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support Full Class Details:
Our Basic Life Support (BLS) course is open to all, and it’s often considered as a more advanced form of CPR. The American Heart Association’s BLS CPR/AED certification is typically a prerequisite for healthcare professionals, such as nurses, doctors, dentists, physical therapists, police, EMS personnel, firefighters, and anyone providing care for others.
This course equips students to swiftly identify emergencies during those crucial initial minutes before EMS personnel arrive. It focuses on hands-on training, covering correct compression techniques, the delivery of appropriate ventilations, and the utilization of Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs).
Our training adheres to the latest AHA scientific guidelines and educational recommendations from the CPR and ECC Guidelines Update.
The comprehensive curriculum encompasses Adult, Child, and Infant High-Quality CPR, the Chain of Survival, the significance of AEDs, effective Mouth Barrier and Bag-Valve Mask usage, and techniques for relieving choking incidents.
All individuals are welcome to enroll in this course, which we consider a step up from traditional CPR.
This is a comprehensive training program that offers all students a chance for interactive hands-on practice. In this instructor-led course, students engage in team dynamic scenarios and benefit from video presentations. Successful completion of the Basic Life Support Exam is mandatory after class training, leading to a 2-year certification.