We offer American Heart Association Certified Classes including Advance Cardiac Life Support – ACLS & Basic Life Support – BLS CPR & AED for Healthcare Providers. For the general population such as Teachers, Personal Trainers, Construction Workers, amongst others, we offer Heartsaver CPR/AED for Adult, Child, and Infant, Heartsaver CPR/AED & First Aid, and Heartsaver First Aid.
AHA Classes we offer
Choose one of our top training classes below to get started
Basic Life Support - BLS CPR/AED
Who Needs BLS CPR/AED:
Anyone working in the healthcare field or applying for a job in the healthcare industry.
Anyone applying for or in a college healthcare program such as Pre Med, Nursing, X-Ray Tech, CNA, PT, PTA, Pharmacy, LPN, RN, EMT, etc…
Advanced Cardiac Life Support - ACLS
Who Needs ACLS:
Healthcare professionals that are either leading or participating in cardiopulmonary arrest or other cardiovascular emergencies. This includes professionals in emergency medicine, emergency response, intensive care and critical care units.
If you need BLS you can add it when registering
Heartsaver CPR/AED & First Aid
Who Needs CPR/AED & FA:
Anyone in Security/Safety, Teaching, Community Safety, Construction, Boating and/or anyone who would like to learn these critical life saving skills needed to help while waiting for the paramedics to arrive.
Who Needs CPR & AED:
Anyone in Work Safety, Personal Training, Teaching, Community Safety, Construction, and/or anyone who would like to learn these critical life saving skills needed to help while waiting for the paramedics to arrive.
Heartsaver First Aid
Who Needs First Aid:
Construction & Workplace Safety, Teachers, Childcare, Babysitters, Camp Counselors and or anyone who would like to learn basic skills to assist in the case of a medical, injury or environmental emergency.
BLS CPR/AED & First Aid
This is not a very common class. Call us at 904 778-5547 to help you schedule it.
Who Needs BLS & FA:
Anyone working in or applying for a job as a Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer, Dental Assistant, or Occupational Therapist. Anyone applying for or in a college healthcare program such PT, AT, DA, or OT