The American Heart Association BLS CPR for Healthcare Provider Certification Course is designed for healthcare professionals who need training on how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills, in a wide variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings.
Healthcare Provider BLS course specific content includes:
Furthermore, at CPR Northwest Washington Our Basic Life Support (BLS) classes cover a variety of life saving techniques for a variety of situations. In our BLS classes, you will learn to identify life threatening conditions and act quickly to mitigate them. In addition to learning about the American Heart Association Chain of Survival, you will also be directed in hands-on techniques to revive and relieve those who are in a critical situation.
At a CPR Northwest Washington BLS class, you’ll learn 1-person and 2-person rescuer CPR for adults, children and infants, bag-mask ventilation techniques, and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) use. Our courses will train you in the most up-to-date basic life support techniques, rescue breathing and choking relief to infants, children, and adults. Our certified professional instructors are passionate about helping you gain the knowledge you need to do your job correctly. You’ll learn to work alone, and in groups, to provide care to people in life threatening situations. The lifesaving skills you gain at CPR Northwest Washington’s BLS class will help you perform your job better and assist those in critical need.
Curriculum Provider: American Heart Association
Certification Duration: 2 Years
Course Format: Instructor led skills demonstration combined with video based learning with skills verification and written test.