Courses

The BLS for Healthcare Provider Course teaches adult and pediatric CPR; including one and two rescuer scenarios, the use of a bag mask, foreign body airway obstruction for the conscious and unconscious victim, and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).

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  • The AHA online renewal course provides a review for healthcare professionals who have PRIOR CPR training. You may also take the renewal course from your local Sav-A-Heart instructor. This class will include a written exam and skills evaluation. This program recognizes that...
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  • Heartsaver® CPR AED is a classroom, video-based, instructor-led course that teaches adult CPR and AED use, as well as how to relieve choking on an adult. This course teaches skills with AHA’s research-proven Practice-While-Watching (PWW) technique, which allows instructors to observe the...
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  • The Heartsaver First Aid course provides the skills to effectively assess and maintain life from the critical minutes immediately following an emergency until the arrival of emergency medical services personnel. The course also provides corporations with a complete health...
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  • The CPR for Family and Friends course is modular and teaches rescuers skills in CPR and relief of choking (foreign-body airway obstruction). It presents information about the American Heart Association adult Chain of Survival and signs of heart attack, cardiac arrest,...
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The steps are simple – get started today!

  1. Be accepted by your Sav-A-Heart's AHA Training Center before enrolling in an Instructor Course and have a completed Instructor Candidate Application on file with that Training Center
  2. Have current AHA provider status in...
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You can take most courses online and attend a skills check off with Sav-A-Heart at your convenience once the online portion is completed. Make sure to bring your completion certificate with you to your scheduled hands on skills checkoff appointment.

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Did you know?

The #1 killer of adults is heart disease and the #1 killer of children and infants are accidents or injuries that cause respiratory arrest.