Course Description: American Heart Association - BLS - CPR Recertification Course
The American Heart Association - Basic Life Support (BLS) - CPR Recertification Course is designed for healthcare providers who have previously been certified in BLS CPR and wish to renew their certification. This course provides an update on the latest guidelines for adult, child, and infant CPR, as well as basic life support techniques, including the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED). Participants will also learn how to recognize and respond to choking emergencies and how to provide team-based basic life support.
In this course, you will:
- Review the latest guidelines for high-quality adult, child, and infant CPR
- Review how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED)
- Review how to recognize and respond to choking emergencies
- Learn how to provide team-based basic life support
Upon successful completion of the BLS - CPR Recertification Course, participants will receive an American Heart Association BLS Provider card, valid for two years. This certification demonstrates that you have updated your knowledge and skills required to provide high-quality CPR to patients in cardiac arrest or other cardiopulmonary emergencies.
Certification: American Heart Association BLS Provider card, valid for two years
Note: It is recommended that healthcare providers take the BLS - CPR Recertification Course prior to the expiration of their current BLS Provider card to maintain their certification status.