AHA/ARC ACLS, BLS, PALS, NRP, PEARS, ACLS EP, PHTLS and Heartsaver First Aid, CPR/AED Saving American Hearts, Inc 6165 Lehman Drive Suite 202 Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918 Catherine Brinkley (719) 551-1222 email: email@example.com
American Red Cross BLS Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers Skills Sessions at Saving American Hearts, Inc in Colorado Springs, Colorado
BLS Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers by the American Red Cross
All courses include the NEW American Red Cross 2015 Guidelines Provider Manual E-Book. Click here to get your FREE downloadable BLS Provider Manual.
Classes are held at Saving American Hearts, Inc 6165 Lehman Drive Suite 202 Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918 (719) 551-1222
Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers from the American Red Cross allows healthcare and public safety professionals to meet a variety of certification and licensing requirements.
Our healthcare provider's BLS curriculum includes all standard scientific learning objectives necessary in professional resuscitation courses, but also allows students to develop their critical thinking and teamwork skills, and work on reflection and debriefing, which serves to strengthen their overall learning and work experience.
In addition, our courses are modular and flexible, and offer medical directors, educators and Red Cross training partners the ability to tailor courses to their students' specific needs.
Ways to Train
• In-Person Classes: Designed for those who learn best in a traditional classroom setting, class participants attend lecture and skills sessions with other students in a designated physical location.
• Blended Learning: Created for those who need additional flexibility, our blended learning courses combine online presentations of "lecture" materials, with in-person skills sessions. Coursework is self-paced and modular, so you can train on your schedule.
Note: Throughout the course, whether attended primarily in person or online, students will learn care steps that are consistent with the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) 2015 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science with Treatment Recommendations (CoSTR)and the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines Update for Caridopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care.
Click here to go to the downloadable BLS Provider Manual.
What you will learn:
Introduction to Basic Life Support
Arriving on Scene
Using Your Senses
Primary Assessment of the Unresponsive Adult Patient
Level of Consciousness (LOC)
Simultaneous Breathing and Pulse Check
Primary Assessment Results
Providing CPR/AED for Adults
Pocket Mask Ventilations
Automated External Defibrillators
Using an AED
One-Rescuer and Two-Rescuer CPR—Adult
Chest Compression Fraction (CCF)
Integration of More Advanced Personnel
Crew Resource Management
Providing CPR/AED for Children and Infants
CPR/AED Differences Between Children and Adults
CPR/AED Differences for Infants
Primary Assessment Variations:
Providing Care for an Obstructed Airway
Caring for an Adult and Child
Caring for an Infant
The Emergency Medical Services System
Earn Your BLS Certificate
Sign up for our BLS for Healthcare Providers program – and gain the skills you need to help your community and reach your career goals. From CPR administration and AED usage to critical thinking and problem solving, whether you choose an in-person only class or prefer a blended (online and in person) approach to learning, our best-in-class instructors will help you understand how to use the latest techniques in basic life support.
Performing BLS skills correctly in the field can make all the difference to your team and your community. By ensuring scene safety and treatment protocols are being adhered to, you can not only help protect your teams, but deliver the care your community needs – when they need it most
Along with offering in-person classes and blended learning opportunities that combine online learning with hands-on experience, we give students access to our downloadable BLS handbook. (See above to get your FREE download of the New 2015 Provider Manual). With quick, anytime access to the information covered throughout the course, you can easily study on your own, quiz your classmates and team members on how to perform BLS skills, or simply read over the material as a refresher – even after you've received your certification. This way, you can keep your skills fresh and be ready to help anytime, anywhere.
Red Cross Training Matters
When you learn to perform BLS skills from the American Red Cross, you'll not only get the certification you need to do your job and help your community, but you'll join the millions we train every year – and learn the skills that can save a life.
In addition to BLS, we offer a variety of health and safety training programs that have helped communities across the country become safer, healthier places for everyone. From First Aid/CPR/AED usage, to Babysitter Training, and Aquatics programs, our innovative training opportunities give first-responders and community members the information and skills they need to respond to an emergency
Proceeds from Red Cross training support the life-saving mission of the American Red Cross.
Upon successful completion for the BLS Course, students will receive a BLS Provider Certification E-card via email within 24 to 48 hours.
Students work with an American Red Cross BLS Instructor to complete BLS skills practice and skills testing. Students also complete a written exam.
If you have any questions about the course please call or email Atheer Al Lami at (719) 258-7727 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Brinkley (719) 551-1222
Saving American Hearts, Inc 6165 Lehman Drive Suite 202 Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918