BLS Provider CPR Certification Training
The American Heart Association BLS (Basic Life Support) training is for anyone needing CPR and AED training with a certification including:
Healthcare Workers: Nurses, dentists, hygienists, nursing students, dental students, pharmacists, emergency medical technicians, physicians, professional rescuer, respiratory therapists or anyone in the healthcare industry required to have CPR training.
Laypersons: All non-medical individuals can also take this class including daycare providers, warehouse staff, massage therapists, lifeguards, teachers, office staff, church staff, daycare providers, safety committee staff, yoga or fitness instructors, parents or grandparents, scout leaders, teens, etc.
Classes include CPR certification for adults, children, and infants. Instruction on airway obstructions and proper use of an AED are included in both the instruction and skill testing.
The American Heart Association CPR certification is the most widely accepted certification. Many employers and schools will not recognize certifications from other organizations. We teach and certify through the American Heart Association.
Upon completion of this BLS training class you will receive a 2-year BLS Provider certification through the American Heart Association. In-Pulse CPR instructors use medical and real-life experiences to enhance the training they provide. Our complete CPR training course provides information in an enjoyable and educational environment, instilling confidence to help you handle any emergency.
For individuals needing this training, please visit our public trainings calendar for a listing of classes in your area. For groups of five or more requesting this training at their site, please click here: private, on-site training. These 4-hour classes are offered Monday through Friday at times convenient to your schedule.
Topics covered in BLS CPR classes include:
- Scene Safety
- Early warning signs of heart attack and stroke
- Checking responsiveness and breathing
- Activating EMS
- Adult, child, and infant CPR
- 1 and 2 person rescue
- Assisting choking victims
- Breathing (both mouth-to-mouth and via bag mask device)
- Basic (AED) Automated External Defibrillator operation and function
- Written exam and hands-on skill performance testing