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Learn CPR, First-Aid in a blended learning format.

Blended learning is not an “online class”.  It is a combination of online learning and instructor-led skills testing and assessment. Blended learning is quickly becoming a popular training format for it’s speed and convenience.  

Blended Learning

Course Options

Hybrid courses start with an online e-learning session and are concluded with an instructor-led CPR skills session

Benefits of Blended training:

  • Work at your own pace
  • Complete the online portion from home
  • Schedule the skills session at a time that’s good for you.
  • We work around your schedule.
  • Smaller groups or 1-on-1 sessions

Click a course below to begin online.

BLS Provider

Medical and Healthcare professionals will need this American Heart Association (AHA) Heartcode BLS course.

CPR/AED (Adult)

If you require only CPR and defibrillator (AED) training, this American Red Cross course it.


American Red Cross First-Aid blended learning covers all the most common first-aid topics.

CPR/AED & First-Aid

Choose between Adult only, or Adult & Pediatric (includes child & infant) from the American Red Cross.

CPR (Adult & Pedi)

This course still includes AED training, but also includes child and infant CPR training as well.

Pediatric First-Aid & CPR/AED

This course is designed for babysitters, nannies, new parents, and those caring for young kids.

Click a course above to begin online.

Blended Learning Instructions:

  1. Click above on the CPR course you need.
  2. Login or create your account.
  3. Complete the online portion of the course.
  4. Download the PDF certificate of completion.
  5. Schedule the skills (hands-on) session.

Fast Fact

The number of yearly occurrences of sudden cardiac arrest are greater than the yearly instances of vehicle accidents, breast cancer, prostate cancer and home fires combined.

CPR, AED & First-Aid Providers

The leading, nationally (and internationally) recognized providers of Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC) training are the American Heart Association and the American Red Cross.

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