The American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR and AED course is designed for those with no medical training to quickly and easily learn the steps of CPR and how to operate an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) until advanced help arrives.
This video-led course prepares participants to quickly recognize and assist those with suspected heart attack and/or cardiac arrest in adults, children and/or infants. This class can be divided into only adult/child or only infant knowledge; you take the course that you need/want.
Teachers, those who provide child care, personal/group fitness trainers, non-medical caregivers, Scout leaders, coaches, electricians and security guards are just a few examples of to whom this class is directed.
The Heartsaver CPR/AED course focuses on the following concepts:
· The AHA Chain of Survival
· High quality CPR for adults/children and infants
· Important early use of an AED
· Giving quality breaths with and without a pocket mask
· Relief of choking for adults/children and infants
Each course participant receives as much time practicing on the manikin to ensure that they feel comfortable performing life-saving skills as needed.
Our knowledgeable, experienced instructors are trained to help make each person learning CPR as comfortable as possible.
Your American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED course manual is included in the price of this class.
The American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider course prepares course participants to quickly recognize and treat life threatening emergencies such as heart attack, cardiac arrest and choking in adults, children and infants by performing high-quality chest compressions, deliberate ventilation and timely use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
This interactive, hands-on course is for those who require a BLS certification and work in a healthcare setting or are preparing to enter the healthcare field. This class addresses both PRE hospital emergencies and in-hospital Code Blue situations.
The BLS Provider course focuses on the following concepts:
- The AHA Chain of Survival
- High quality CPR for adults, children and infants
- Important early use of an AED
- Giving quality breaths using both a mask and a bag, valve, mask device
- Effective Team Dynamics during multi-rescuer CPR attempt
- Relief of choking for adults, children and infants
The American Heart Association BLS Provider course is video led with Practice While Watching components as well as ample time to practice prior to taking the skills test. Once hands-on skills are mastered a 25 question multiple choice test will be taken. A score of 84% or better is required to receive an AHA course completion card.
Our knowledgeable and enthusiastic BLS Instructors ensure each course participant has the skills required to assist in an emergency, should the unfortunate need arise.
There are no prerequisites to taking the AHA BLS Provider cours
A Current (2020) AHA BLS Provider manual is required to take this course.