How to Affiliate as an American Heart Association Instructor

Choosing the right Training Center is an important decision which will have an impact on your long-term success as an American Heart Association Instructor. We suggest meeting with multiple Training Centers to determine which will be the best fit for your organization.

Code One is an American Heart Association Training Center for Heartsaver, BLS, ACLS, and PALS disciplines and accepts alignment from independent Training Sites. Code One’s Training Center provides several unique features for our affiliates:

  • Dedicated full time Training Site Liaison and Client Solution Specialists
  • Electronic roster processing through Enrollware
  • Fast roster processing
  • Immediate eCard issuance for established Training Sites

Code One has requirements for our affiliated Training Sites which include:

  • Commercial General Liability Insurance of at least $1M per occurrence and $2M aggregate
  • Adequate equipment for programs being instructed
  • Quality assurance plan
  • Expected annual volume of at least 50 certifications issued

Training Sites interested in affiliating with Code One are encouraged to apply via this link:

Code One may not be the best fit for affiliate instructors who are starting out or do not expect to train a large number of people. Below is a list of Training Centers which consider instructors who are enrolling in our American Heart Association Instructor Training Programs:

Survival Group
112 Washington Ave | North Haven, CT 06473 

Prime Medical Training 
6500 Papermill Dr NW, Suite 214 | Knoxville, TN 37919

RC Health Services Houston/Pearland
1801 Country Pl Pkwy #109 | Pearland, TX 77584

CPR Training School
62 Roswell Street | Alpharetta GA 30009
(678) 540–4450

Cascade Healthcare Services, LLC.
101 Nickerson St, Ste 200 | Seattle, WA 98109  

The AHA’s website will also provide you with options by putting in their zip code, candidates are able to identify Training Centers in their area at:

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