The Basic Life Support course teaches the essential concepts of CPR. Covering the latest resuscitation science to improve patient outcomes, and offering realistic simulations and scenarios, the course
provides healthcare professionals or those needing to know how to perform CPR, the foundations of life-saving techniques following a cardiac event.
Healthcare professionals and other personnel who need to know how to perform CPR and other basic cardiovascular life support skills in a wide variety of in-facility and prehospital settings..
Full 1-Day Provider Course
BLS Heartcode Hands-On Session
Please Note: The Heartcode® BLS Online course must be purchased and completed via the AHA e-learning website before BLS Heartcode Hands-On Session can begin
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The Advanced Cardiac Life Support course aims to build on the skills learnt in the Basic Life Support course, and highlights the importance of continuous, high-quality CPR. The course, designed for healthcare professionals and those in contact with cardiac emergencies, explores the importance of communication between care teams, the recognition and intervention of cardiopulmonary arrest, post-cardiac arrest, acute dysrhythmia, stroke, and ACS.
The Heartcode ACLS® Online course must be purchased and completed via the AHA e-learning website before ACLS Heartcode Hands-On Session can begin
Healthcare professionals involved in the management of cardiovascular emergencies, including physicians, nurses, and paramedics.
Full 2-Day Provider Course
ACLS Heartcode Hands-On Session
Please Note:The ACLS pre-course self-assessment and pre-course work, International English (IVE) must be completed via the AHA e-learning website before attending full 2-day ACLS provider course. The pre-course is free of charge.
The Pediatric Advanced Life Support Course teaches the importance of a systemic approach to assessing, identifying and treating emergency situations in children. Participants learn about basic life support, following PALS algorithms and practicing resuscitation skills in order to deliver effective pediatric care. The course is designed for healthcare providers involved in the management of respiratory and/or cardiovascular emergencies and cardiopulmonary arrest in children.
The Heartcode® PALS Online course must be purchased and completed via the AHA e-learning website before PALS Heartcode Hands-On Session can begin
Healthcare providers involved in respiratory and/or cardiovascular emergencies and cardiopulmonary in children, including physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, and paramedics.
PALS Heartcode Hands-On Session
Please Note:The PALS pre-course self-assessment and pre-course work, International English (IVE) must be completed via the AHA e-learning website before attending full 2-day PALS provider course. The pre-course is free of charge.
Designed for everyone, the Heartsaver CPR AED First Aid course aims to give the basic skills and knowledge that could save a life. Giving participants a cohesive, consistent experience in realistic scenarios, even minimal training in AED has been proven to improve its efficacy.
Those with little or no medical training who need a course completion card for work, regulatory, or other requirements, or simply want to be prepared for an emergency situation.
HS CPR AED FA- Heartsaver CPR, AED and First-Aid course
HS CPR AED Hands-On Session
Please Note: The Heartsaver® CPR AED Online course must be purchased and completed via the AHA e-learning website before Heartsaver CPR AED Hands-On session can begin.
The Pediatric Emergency Assessment Recognition and Stabilization Course teaches participants how to assess and recognize respiratory emergencies, shock and cardiopulmonary arrest and how to provide appropriate lifesaving interventions. Targeted at healthcare professionals or those who infrequently see critically ill children, the course covers immediate lifesaving interventions.
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Healthcare providers who infrequently see critically ill infants and children, as well as outpatient clinic staff, healthcare assistants, and school-based providers.
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