Basic Life Support Provider Class
The American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider course is a certification program that trains individuals on how to provide basic life support to victims of cardiac arrest or other medical emergencies.
The AHA BLS Provider course typically includes both didactic and psychomotor practice. Upon successful completion of the course, participants receive an AHA BLS Provider certification card that is valid for two years.
Re-certification can be 2-4 hours. New courses are 3-4 hours.
Although classes can be as small as two (2) students, a ten (10) student minimum charge will be applied for all classes. We can teach multiple classes in a single location each day, but in order to maintain our 2:1 student-to-manikin ratio, must cap each class at 50 students.
We will come to the location of your choice along the Wasatch front. Travel expenses can be negotiated for distances greater than 50 miles from Riverton, Utah. Facilities must have adequate space to allow for necessary psychomotor practice.
$65 per student. A ten (10) student ($650) minimum charge will be applied for all classes. Discounts are available for returning clients.