BLS for Healthcare Providers (Blended)
Do you need BLS training for healthcare providers, but don't have time to sit through a class? Then Blended Training is the solution for you! Blended training uses the same core curriculum as the classroom BLS course, but allows you to do the bulk of the course online at your own pace. Once you complete the online training, you schedule a short in-person skill session with us (at no additional cost) to demonstrate the hands-on skills. Once completed you get the same certification card as students that attended an in-person class. This format is perfect for anyone with a tight schedule or that just want the flexibility of learning at their own pace, but still wants quality training.
Skills sessions must be scheduled within 60 days after completing the online portion, if not scheduled at checkout. After checkout you will receive an email with a link to take the online portion of this course.
This course has been updated to the 2020 HSI Guidelines
See below for additional course information.
Basic Life Support CPR or "BLS" Blended Learning combines online American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) BLS CPR training through our ASHI Training Center online portal with classroom skills demonstration and is great for students or employers who cannot devote the time to a regular in-person class. Students first complete the online portion of the BLS Blended Learning course at their own pace, then schedule an in-person skills session with one of our certified instructors within 60 days of completing the online portion. Students are emailed a course completion card upon successfully finishing both segments of the course. Email or call to schedule or reserve your skills session after completing the online portion of the course.
Please Note: This course includes a digital course book and digital course completion card.
- Sudden Cardiac Arrest
- Early Defibrillation
- Chain of Survival
- Secondary Cardiac Arrest
- Secondary Cardiac Arrest – Children and Infants
- Secondary Cardiac Arrest – Opioid Overdose
- Personal Safety
- Standard Precautions
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Calling for Help
- High-Performance CPR
- Chest Compressions
- Rescue Breaths – CPR Mask
- Rescue Breaths – Bag-Valve-Mask (BVM)
- Automated External Defibrillation
- BLS Assessment
- Recovery Position
- Caring for Respiratory Arrest
- Caring for Cardiac Arrest
- Multiple Provider Approach to CPR