Are you interested in taking an American Heart Association (AHA) CPR class?
There are several AHA CPR classes to choose from, so take a moment to look at the following descriptions to see which class suits your needs:
Family and Friends CPR
approximately 2 hours
Designed to teach small or large groups of lay persons the basics of CPR; this class is for people who wish to learn CPR, but do not require a certification card.
Heartsaver First Aid
approximately 4 hours
Includes the skills recommended by OSHA for many jobs including (but not limited to): Security and airline personnel, camp counselors, police and firefighters, teachers and daycare workers, physical fitness trainers, or anyone who has a duty to respond to a first aid emergency because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements.
Heartsaver CPR AED
approximately 2 hours (Pediatric only Heartsaver CPR AED available)
This class combines basic CPR skills training with instruction and practice using an AED. Heartsaver CPR AED is recommended for individuals who have a duty to respond to a cardiac emergency because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements.
Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED
approximately 6 hours (Pediatric only Heartsaver FA CPR AED available)
A combination of the curriculum from the Heartsaver First Aid course and the Heartsaver CPR AED Course.
Basic Life Support (BLS) (Formerly known as “Healthcare Provider”)
approximately 3 ½ hours
The initial and renewal courses are designed to provide a wide variety of certified, non-certified, licensed, or non-licensed healthcare professionals with the skills to keep people alive until they can be brought to a hospital or treated with more advanced lifesaving measures.
BLS Online part 2 and 3
approximately 1 ½ hours (BLS SKILLS Testing)
Part 2 and 3 of the AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers Online part 1 course. Once the online portion of the BLS for Healthcare Providers class is completed, you will need to take parts 2 (BLS Skills practice) and 3 (BLS Skills testing) to complete the class and receive your card. This is only good for the online class offered through American Heart Association (www.onlineaha.org). You must bring in certificate from part 1. You must complete parts 2 and 3 within 30 days of completing AHA BLS Online part 1.
Below, you will find a list of instructors to contact for any AHA CPR class you may need. Each instructor will do their best to accommodate your needs. Please know that each instructor is able to charge an amount they think is fair for their time and services, so please don’t be surprised if you are given different prices for the same type of class. The instructors on the provided list teach American Heart Association classes and are independent agents and representatives of AHA. While teaching AHA courses, they are representing an AHA Community Training Center (CTC) and not Horry County Fire Rescue.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact: Melissa Brown Rabon – email@example.com