BLS (CPR/AED) for Healthcare Providers
BLS (Basic Life Support) for Healthcare Providers is a CPR course designed to teach the skills to recognize and manage emergency situations. Courses teach CPR/AED for victims of all ages, relief from choking, and use of the AED. Classes are taught using simulated clinical scenarios, which include hands-on participation. The importance of effective team communication and appropriate action during resuscitation is emphasized. BLS is the most basic training you will need to prepare for future life support classes as a healthcare professional. BLS courses teach:
- The Chain of Survival
- Activating EMS/Calling 911
- Performing 1 and 2 rescuer CPR with rescue breathing using mouth to mouth and the bag-valve mask
- Relieving foreign body airway obstruction for the adult, child or infant victim
- Using an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator)
At the end of the course, students complete a written test consisting of 25 multiple choice questions.
Schedule: BLS is a 4-hour course and is held at CPR World several times per month. Class dates and times are listed on our Sign-up page.
BLS renewals: Students who need to renew their BLS certification must take the full BLS course. There is no separate course for BLS renewals.
How to register: To register for a course, go to our Sign-up page and then click on the class you would like to take. All classes must be paid for in advance with a Visa and Mastercard.
Course Completion Card: Upon completion of the course students receive a BLS for Healthcare Providers course completion card that is valid for 2 years from the American Heart Association.