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 This American Heart Association course is designed for those in or entering the medical profession. Each participant must have a 2015 guidelines book in class.

This American Heart Association course is designed to provide general knowledge of how to respond to emergencies most common to children and adolescents. The class provides certification for those who need pediatric first aid in the workplace but is appropriate for all.

 If you are in or entering the medical profession, please see Basic Life Support for the Healtcare Provider. This American Heart Association course is designed to provide general knowledge of how to respond to a variety of common emergencies. The class provides certification for those needing general first aid in the workplace but is appropriate for all.  If you are unsure which course is best for you, please contact us.

 This American Heart Association course is designed for those who are not medical professionals, but are required to maintain CPR certification. This class will include the use of the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED). If you are in or entering the medical profession, please see Basic Life Support for the Healtcare Provider. If you are unsure which course is best for you, please contact us.

 Course duration: This American Heart Association course is designed to educate medical professionals to recognize and respond to life threatening emergencies most common in the pediatric population.

 Course duration: This American Heart Association course is designed to educate medical professionals to recognize and respond to life threatening emergencies most common in the pediatric population.

Purchase of a BLS Skills check from Triangle CPR includes: one online key code for the American Heart Association online course and an in-person practical skills exercise.

 

Skills check appointment will take one hour. The online class will take about three hours to complete at you own pace. 

 

Online portion must be completed before arriving at Triangle CPR for the practical skills check. The portion conducted at Triangle CPR is an evaluation of your BLS skills with an instructor. Your card will be given to you directly after the skill test is completed. 

 

*You must complete the online course work AND the skills session at Triangle CPR to receive certification*

 

Once key has been issued, class is non-refundable.

 If you are in or entering the medical profession, please see Basic Life Support for the Healtcare Provider. This American Heart Association course is designed to provide general knowledge of how to respond to a variety of common emergencies. The class provides certification for those needing general first aid in the workplace but is appropriate for all.  If you are unsure which course is best for you, please contact us.

 

The class is a mix of online and in-classroom. Online portion MUST be completed to obtain full certification.