Q: How do I become an American Heart Association Instructor?
A: You first need to take the Instructor Essentials course. This is a computer based training course that you take at your own pace (for which you receive CEU credits). Once finished, call one of our locations to schedule the on-site class. After the completion of this class, you will need to observe a class being taught by a certified instructor. Next you will instruct class under our supervision, after which you will receive your Instructor card.
Q: Do you teach classes not listed on our calendar?
A: Yes, additional group and individual classes can easily be scheduled by contacting us directly.
Q: Will you come to my site to teach the classes?
- A: Yes, most of our classes are onsite at your facility! We only require a minimum of five (5) students to schedule.
Q: Do you offer discounted rates for large groups?
A: Yes, please email or call us for more details. You will find the contact information on our "Contact Us" page.
How much do you charge for CPR and First Aid Classes?
These prices are per person and subject to change without notice. Please call or email for Group Discounts and additional details.
BLS for Healthcare Providers (full course) - $60
BLS for Healthcare Providers(renewal) - $50
BLS for Healthcare Providers (skills test) - $50
Heartsaver CPR/AED - $60
Heartsaver First Aid - $60
Heartsaver CPR/AED and First Aid - $85
Q: How long are the certifications valid?
A: The AHA certifications are valid for two (2) years!
Q: Are you teaching under the new 2020 AHA guidelines?
A: YES! We stay current on AHA updates so you are being taught the latest techniques based on AHA guidance.
Q: What does AED stand for?
A: Automated External Defibrillator
Q: How old do the students need to be?
A: For all certified classes, the student should be old enough to perform skills and take a written exam. However, the Friends and Family course does not require a written test and final skill exam.