Class Descriptions
healthcare1 BLS Healthcare Provider (Full/Review/Blended)
First-time AND renewal students can take our posted classes. This CPR/AED BLS course is for healthcare professionals like nurses, doctors, technicians, and EMTs. This class does NOT include First Aid.


general public Adult & Pediatric CPR/AED
This CPR course is for the general public, such as teachers, coaches, and those requiring certification for their workplace. This couse is also for families and parents. This class does NOT include First Aid.

firstaid Basic First Aid
This basic course is for the general public and those requiring certification to treat victums in an emergency. It covers burns, cuts, sudden illnesses, heat/cold emergencies and more. It can be combined with the CPR/AED course.

blended class Class Types:
Full Classes - These are full classes with no prerequisites. The instructor covers all class lessons.

Review Classes
- Upgraded shorter classes for students who have been certified before. New students can still attend but must complete the online learning module.

Review Classes - shorter classes for students who have been certified before. New students can still attend but must complete the online learning module.Review Classes - shorter classes for students who have been certified before. New students can still attend but must complete the online learning module. 
Challenge Classes - for students who wish to “test out” of the class. They just pass the full skills demonstration and a class exam (BLS, or if applicable).

Blended Classes – Upgraded classes are for students who have completed the online learning module (must show instructor). The instructor covers a limited amount of lessons and checks the skills of students.

Challenge Classes - Upgraded classes for students who wish to “test out” of the class. They just pass the full skills demonstration and a class exam (BLS class).

skill assessment


AHA and Red Cross Equivalency
The American Heart Association (AHA) and the American Red Cross issued a statement in 2016 indicating that their CPR educational programs are congruent with recommendations in the 2015 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) Science With Treatment Recommendations, which is the most current and comprehensive review of published resuscitation literature. Click Here