The classes listed below are the American Heart Association (AHA) classes that we routinely provide at our classroom locations. For on-site/corporate) training (your location), we offer more options and classes through the American Heart Association,  American Red Cross (ARC), and the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI).  If you are looking for on-site training, please contact us for more ​information. 


      We offer two course delivery options for the courses listed below marked with a * next to the course title.  Option one is the traditional classroom option where the full class is completed at a physical location. Option two is a “blended” (half online / half classroom) option. BOTH options require skills testing at a physical location with an AHA/ASHI/ARC instructor. There is no full online option for the courses we provide. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions!


CERTIFICATIONS WE PROVIDE:

American Heart Association (AHA) 
BLS Provider*  (CPR/AED for non-healthcare Professionals)
General information: This course is for healthcare professionals who need to know how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills, in a wide variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings.  This course covers Adult, child, and infant CPR, two-rescuer scenarios, use of the bag-valve mask, foreign-body airway obstruction, automated external defibrillation, special resuscitation situations, and other cardiopulmonary emergencies. Class Length: 4 Hours. 
Students 
receive: AHA or ARC certification card (good for two years) and digital student manual.
Audience: Individuals such as, or training to become, RNs, CNA,s PAs, Dentists, Physicians, Hematologists, Pharmacists, Lifeguards, EMTs, Paramedics, PTs, OTs and other allied healthcare providers are likely required to be certified in BLS.


American Heart Association (AHA) 
Heartsaver CPR-AED* (CPR/AED for non-healthcare Professionals)
General information: This is a credentialed CPR course for lay responders (AKA non-healthcare professionals). Adult, child, and infant CPR skills are taught along with the use of barrier protection such as pocket facemasks. Participants also learn how to use an AED.  This course meets the requirements for athletic coaches and personal trainers. Class Length: 3 Hours.
Students 
receive: AHA or ASHI or ARC certification card (good for two years) and digital student manual.
Audience: Teachers, Coaches, Fitness pros, Daycare Providers, Parents, Camp counselors, Construction workers, Nursery School employees, and other caring citizens.  

American Heart Association (AHA) 
Heartsaver First Aid*
General information: This is a basic first aid course. This course covers common medical and trauma emergencies as well as environmental emergencies such as frostbite and heat. Class Length: 3 Hours.
Students  receive: AHA or ASHI or ARC certification card (good for two years) and digital student manual.
Audience: Teachers, Coaches, Fitness pros, Daycare Providers, Parents, Camp counselors, Construction workers, Nursery School employees, and other caring citizens.  

American Heart Association (AHA)
AHA Family and Friends CPR
This is a non-credentialed basic CPR course for lay people. This course is designed for people who want to learn adult, child and infant CPR skills for their friends and families. There is no test or skills evaluation. Students receive a course completion card (completion, not certification!) with their CPR booklet. Course length is approximately 2 hours.


American Heart Association (AHA)
Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid & CPR/AED
General Information:
 The Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED course teaches students to respond to and manage illnesses and injuries in a child or an infant (no adult) in the first few minutes until professional help arrives. This course covers CPR, AED, and basic first aid for children and infants.  Course length is approximately 4 hours.
Students receive:  American Heart Association certification card (good for two years) and digital student manual.
Audience: The course is intended for those involved in child care who have a duty to respond to children's health emergencies, including child-care workers, teachers, foster-care workers, camp counselors, youth organizations, and coaches for children's sports organizations. This course is also ideal for parents, grandparents, and babysitters.



** AHA / ASHI / ARC strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS, ACLS, and PALS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA / ASHI / ARC. Any fees charged for such a course do not represent income to AHA / ASHI / ARC.