BLS Certification in Phoenix, Arizona

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AHA BLS Blended Learning Course in Phoenix

CPR Training Phoenix is an AHA-authorized training center in Phoenix that offers blended BLS learning courses for the general public, nurses, healthcare providers, EMTs, and other health professionals. Our BLS course comprises two modules: an online session in the comfort of your home and a skill test at our facility.

Our blended learning approach provides the flexibility to balance your busy schedule while ensuring you receive comprehensive training in Basic Life Support. Whether you’re a healthcare professional looking to add to your skill set or a non-healthcare professional learning CPR for the first time, our experienced instructors are here to guide you through every step of the process.

Join our community of life-saving professionals and become certified in BLS with confidence. Enroll now and take the first step towards becoming a prepared and empowered responder in any emergency situation.

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AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers – BLENDED LEARNING

Enroll in our BLS certification course today and take the first step towards becoming a certified life-saver.

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AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers – Skills Check Only

Enroll in our BLS Skills Check Only. You must have already completed or will complete the AHA Online BLS HeartCode Course to join in this program. 

Who Should Get Our BLS Blended Learning Course in Phoenix?

Our BLS course is designed for anyone who must be prepared to respond effectively in life-threatening emergencies like:

  • Nurses 
  • Physicians
  • Paramedics
  • EMTs
  • Dentists
  • Healthcare Students
  • First responders
  • Fitness Professionals
  • Childcare Providers
  • Workplace Safety Teams
  • Community Members
Who Needs BLS Certification in Phoenix, AZ

What will You Learn in Our BLS Course?

Our BLS course covers a broad range of topics and skills, from understanding the fundamentals of CPR to mastering the techniques of providing immediate care in critical situations. Here are the things you will learn in our BLS course in Phoenix:

CPR Techniques and First Aid

  • Latest CPR techniques, including chest compressions, rescue breaths, and ventilation devices.
  • Assessment of victim’s condition and effective CPR administration.
  • Basic first aid for various medical emergencies.
  • Training in multiple rescuer CPR and single rescuer CPR scenarios.

Use of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs)

  • Hands-on training in operating AEDs.
  • AEDs deliver electric shock to restore normal heart rhythm during sudden cardiac arrest.
  • Safe and efficient AED operation for maximizing survival chances.

Airway Management

  • Fundamentals of airway management.
  • Techniques such as Head-Tilt-Chin-Lift and Jaw-Thrust methods.
  • Ensuring adequate oxygenation and ventilation during emergencies.

Recognition of Life-Threatening Emergencies

  • Early recognition of signs and symptoms of common medical emergencies.
  • Importance of timely intervention for improved outcomes.
  • Assessment of the victim’s condition, intervention prioritization, and activation of emergency medical services (EMS) when necessary.

BLS Certification in Phoenix

  • Biltmore

  • Arcadia

  • Encanto

  • Mesa

  • Chandler

  • Scottsdale

Why choose CPR Training Phoenix for the Blended Learning course in Phoenix?

At CPR Training Phoenix, we are the trusted training center in the Phoenix Area, specializing in blended learning courses. There are numerous reasons to choose us for BLS classes in Phoenix.

  • AHA-certified training center.
  • Learn from seasoned firefighters and paramedics who are passionate about sharing life-saving skills honed through years of experience.
  • Classes on weekdays and weekends give you full-time flexibility.
  • Plenty of opportunities for hands-on practice guided by our experienced instructors.
  • Modern facilities equipped with the latest tech and resources to create a comfortable learning space for you.
  • With real-life stories, our instructors share their experiences to make the students relatable and engaged throughout the course.
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Phoenix BLS Classes FAQs

How much do BLS classes in Phoenix Cost?

BLS Classes in Phoenix cost $95 with CPR Training Phoenix.

Is BLS training the same as first aid?

No. They are different because BLS focuses primarily on CPR and basic life support techniques like chest compressions, rescue breaths, and AED use. On the other hand, first aid covers a wider array of medical emergencies beyond BLS, including wound care, splinting, burns, bleeding control, shock management, fractures, choking incidents, handling poisoning or insect bites, etc.

What is the difference between BLS and CPR courses?

BLS courses cover a broader range of life-saving skills beyond CPR, including airway management, AED use, and basic emergency care. In contrast, CPR courses specifically focus on cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques like chest compressions, rescue breaths, and defibrillator use.

What does the ABC of BLS stand for?

ABCs of BLS stands for Airway, Breathing, and Circulation. ABC guides responders to first ensure an open airway, then check for breathing, and finally assess circulation by checking for a pulse or signs of circulation.

How often should basic life support training be done?

Once you acquire your BLS certification, it expires after 2 years. Hence, your BLS certification should be renewed every 2 years. The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends this so that the individual stays updated on any guideline changes or advancements in resuscitation science.

How long does it take to learn BLS?

It does not take much time. You can complete your BLS online course modules and skill test in 2-4 hours and get BLS certification authorized by AHA on the same day.

Owner Jeff Haughy has been providing high-quality care in the EMS industry since 1995 and started his Fire Service career with the Alameda Fire Department in 1991 as a Fire Explorer.