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our combination classes (online + skills classroom).


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Find the course, date and time that you wish to enroll in. Click on the course name.
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Be sure to provide a good email address that you check on a regular basis. (Your instructor will make contact with you using your provided email address).
Pay for your course.   We will only cancel a class for weather related reasons. Even if only one student is enrolled in class it will be held!

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HomeBLS Online Course



NEW:  BLS/ACLS Combination online & skills  Combination Online + Skills Class:    Heartcode ACLS I, II, III and Heartcode BLS I, II III with BLS and ACLS Student eManual  $354.00 paid in advance for all at www.ehealthcpr.net (online class, ). Practice/skills classroom at our location.
Same AHA card issued as all classroom courses!! 

Blended Learning Courses


HeartCode BLS blended learning training offers flexibility for employers, students, and Instructors. The eLearning (online) portion of the course is designed to teach students the cognitive information needed for BLS training. Upon completion of the online portion, students must complete hands-on session with an AHA BLS Instructor focused on meaningful skills coaching, practice, and testing.

Students must have completed the AHA BLS online course (HeartCode BLS) prior to taking the BLS Skills Class.


BLS Skills Class

Accelerated:  1 hour 10 minutes
Non-Accelerated:  2 hours 15 minutes

Accelerated BLS Skills Class Precourse Requirements:


• The accelerated HeartCode BLS Competency Course is only intended for providers who are experienced in the skills of basic life support, are renewing their AHA BLS course completion card, and have successfully completed the online portion of HeartCode BLS.


• Use of a feedback device or manikin is required for the accelerated HeartCode BLS Competency Course to ensure high-quality CPR with the direct assessment of a student’s performance of skills.

Accelerated HeartCode BLS Competency Agenda (Skills Class)


With High-Performance Teams Activity
3 Students, 1 BLS Instructor
Student-instructor ratio 3:1; student-manikin ratio 3:1
Total time: approximately 70 minutes

Lesson 1: Course Introduction
Lesson 2: 1-Rescuer Adult BLS
Part I: 1-Rescuer Adult BLS Practice
Part II: AED Practice
Part III: Adult CPR and AED Skills Test
Lesson 3: 2-Rescuer Child CPR
Part I: 2-Rescuer Child CPR Practice
Lesson 4: High-Performance Teams Activity
Lesson 5: Infant BLS
Part I: Infant Compressions (1-Rescuer)
Part II: 2-Rescuer Infant CPR Practice
Part III: Infant CPR Skills Test
Lesson 6: Conclusion

Non-Accelerated BLS Skills Class Precourse Requirements:


• The non-accelerated HeartCode BLS Competency Course is intended for providers who have successfully completed the online portion of HeartCode BLS.


• Use of a feedback device or manikin is required for the accelerated HeartCode BLS Competency Course to ensure high-quality CPR with the direct assessment of a student’s performance of skills.

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Non-Accelerated HeartCode BLS Competency Agenda (Skills Class)


Sample HeartCode BLS Agenda With out Optional Lessons Included
12 Students, 2 BLS Instructors,
Student-instructor ratio 6:1;
student-manikin ratio 3:1
Total time: 2 ¼ hours

Lesson 1: Course Introduction
Lesson 2: 1-Rescuer Adult BLS
Part I: Adult Chain of Survival
Part II: Scene Safety and Assessment
Part III: Adult Compressions
Part IV: Pocket Mask
Part V: 1-Rescuer Adult BLS
Lesson 3: AED and Bag-Mask Device
Part I: AED
Part II: Bag-Mask Device
Lesson 4: 2-Rescuer Adult BLS
Lesson 5: Team Dynamics
Part I: Team Dynamics
Part II: Successful Resuscitation Teams
Lesson 6: High-Performance Teams Activity
Lesson 7: Child BLS
Part I: Pediatric Chain of Survival
Part II: Child BLS
Part III: 2-Rescuer Child CPR
Lesson 8: Infant BLS
Part I: Infant BLS
Part II: Infant Compressions
Part III: Bag-Mask Device for Infants
Part IV: 2-Rescuer Infant BLS
Part V: AED for Infants and Children Less Than 8 Years of Age
Lesson 9: Special Considerations
Part I: Rescue Breathing
Lesson 10: Adult and Child Choking
Part I: Relief of Choking in a Responsive Adult or Child
Part II: Relief of Choking in an Unresponsive Adult or Child
Lesson 11: Infant Choking
Part I: Relief of Choking in a Responsive Infant
Lesson 12: Conclusion
Lesson 13: Adult CPR and AED Skills Test
Lesson 14: Infant CPR Skills Test
Lesson 15: Remediation
Part I: Skills Testing Remediation—if needed

NEW 2015 HeartCode BLS Course

Blended Learning Updated to Reflect 2015 Guidelines for CPR & ECC


2015 Guidelines Blended Learning Courses

HeartCode BLS online course

BLS Accelerated Skills Agenda

2010 Guidelines Version Courses

 

 

AHA Continuing Education Statement



ACCREDITATION TERM:

  • IACET (General Audience) – January 18, 2017- January 17, 2019

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT:

Continuing Education Accreditation – General Audience

The American Heart Association has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).

The American Heart Association is authorized by IACET to offer .4 CEUs for this program.