Basic Life Support (BLS)
Basic Life Support (BLS) is a set of guidelines and procedures for performing CPR and providing emergency care for someone who is in cardiac arrest or unconscious. BLS training covers topics such as performing chest compressions, providing rescue breaths, and using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). BLS is designed for healthcare providers and first responders, as well as individuals with little or no medical training. The goal of BLS is to keep oxygenated blood flowing to the brain and heart until more advanced medical help arrives.
**ALL courses are available in two different training methods – blended learning (online course and in-person skills check off) and classroom training. Both course options teach the same AHA science-based skills and result in the same American Heart Association Course Completion Card. Course prices are based on individual rates. Group rates are available. If you have a group, please call for pricing and availability.