Fast and Convenient Online BLS Certification

Get certified in Basic Life Support (BLS) quickly and conveniently online. Enroll now in our online BLS Class for efficient, accessible training that fits your schedule. Our course is based on American Heart Association latest guidelines and is your pathway to mastering essential resuscitation and life-saving skills.

I have taken multiple ACLS courses as well as BLS course online here for nursing school. They make it so easy to follow and pass in a timely manner! I cannot recommend enough.

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BLS Certification For Healthcare Providers

BLS stands for Basic Life Support, it teaches you about the fundamental steps to take during a cardiac emergency until the arrival of EMS or an advanced medical team. And BLS certification is a token of proficiency that ensures the ability of a rescuer for basic life support is up to date and compliance with recent American Heart Association’s and ECC guidelines.

We are an AHA authorized training center and we provide current BLS guidelines training and certification that is credible nationwide. BLS certification for healthcare providers can be acquired after the test is completed and a passing grade is confirmed by the online portal. We provide an immediate same day BLS certificate.

Objectives of the Online BLS Course

  1. In our BLS online course, you will learn the fundamental concepts and principles of BLS, including the importance of early recognition of cardiac arrest, activating emergency medical services (EMS), and initiating basic life support interventions promptly.
  2. Mastery of CPR techniques is a primary objective of our BLS course. This includes chest compressions, rescue breathing, and the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) for rhythm analysis and defibrillation. You will also learn tailored approaches for providing BLS for special populations, such as infants, children, or pregnant individuals.
  3. The course covers how to establish and maintain an open airway, including techniques such as head-tilt/chin-lift and jaw thrust maneuvers. Also, recognizing signs of cardiac arrest and understanding appropriate responses are key objectives of the course.
  4. Understanding the importance of effective communication and coordination within a resuscitation team is important. The online course also teaches you how to work collaboratively to optimize outcomes during a cardiac emergency.
  5. Finally, you are typically assessed on your understanding and application of BLS principles through a test (multiple choice questions) and practical skills evaluations. A certification exam will be provided at the end of the course. Upon completion of the BLS online course you’ll receive your BLS for healthcare provider certification.

Who Should Take This Course?

While BLS certification is a mandatory certificate for healthcare providers and frontlines, it can also be learned by the general public. The online course is designed especially for healthcare providers and anyone who needs a BLS certificate and does not have access to in person classes. Who should enroll in the course? Professionals engaged in following occupation should enroll in BLS course:

  • Healthcare Professionals
  • First Responders
  • Educators and Coaches
  • Workplace Safety Teams
  • Community Members
  • Life guards
  • General Public

Curriculum of the course is based on the latest guidelines of American Heart Association and provides best practice training on the following:

  1. New Changes in AHA Official Guidelines
  2. Chain of Survival
  3. CPR for Adult/Child/Infant
  4. Emphasis on Hands-Only CPR
  5. AED
  6. Addressing Choking
  7. First Aid Essentials
  8. Managing Bleeding
  9. Understanding Shock
  10. Burns Management
  11. Poisoning
  12. Injuries Insights
  13. Broken Bones/Fracture
  14. Seizures and Strokes
  15. Emergency Oxygen
  16. Administration
  17. BLS test

What You Will Receive?

Below is a list that you will receive upon enrolling in our online BLS training course:

  1. Nationwide recognition
  2. AHA guidelines through 24/7 accessible online resources
  3. Same Day Certification
  4. Continuing Education credits (4 CEU)

BLS Certification Renewal

We get that life as a healthcare provider can be super busy. That's why we've made BLS recertification easier with our online course.

With our online BLS renewal class, you can get recertified quickly and conveniently, fitting it into your hectic schedule. Our team of pros will guide you through the recertification process.

We make sure you're all caught up with the latest guidelines from the American Heart Association, because staying sharp is crucial in our line of work. This isn't just about getting a piece of paper—it's about being better prepared to save lives.

At Heart Start CPR, we're all about giving healthcare heroes like you the skills and confidence to make a real difference.

Frequently Asked Questions

1How Long Does it Take to Get BLS Certified?
Online BLS certification offers flexibility and convenience of completing the course at your own pace. Typically the online course is designed to complete within 2-3 hours, where the BLS training material takes 2 hours and the BLS test takes about an hour to complete. Since the course is self-paced, you have the flexibility to spread the coursework over several sessions if needed, allowing you to work around their own schedule and other commitments.
2How Long is the BLS Certificate Card Valid For?
BLS certificate cards are valid for two years. After that period, you will need to renew your certification by completing a BLS renewal course and passing any required assessments or exams. Usually you will have 30 days of grace period to renew your BLS certification.
3Is this BLS Course 100% Online?
Our BLS course for healthcare providers is 100% online. We provide online materials that you can access from anywhere online at any time and complete the course at your own pace. On completion of course you must pass an online exam with a score of at least 84%. Our online BLS certification is accredited by the American Dental Association (ADA), the American Medical Association (AMA), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).

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