What are the class types for BLS Provider

What are the class types for BLS Provider?

Did you know that Code One Training Solutions, LLC offers several certification options for the BLS (Basic Life Support) Provider Course? Our goal is to certify each customer in a way that is most comfortable for them. This certification is fit for those in a healthcare setting. All certifications are valid for two years and approved through the American Heart Association.

Below are the three certification options available and their benefits:
  1. Instructor-led BLS Provider– This course is a 3.5 hours course that allows the student in-person hands on experience for their certification. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will receive a link to claim their eCard.
  2. BEACON BLS Provider– This option offers students to take the course online self-paced, with our new RQI 1 Stop (Resuscitation Quality Improvement) station this is a one stop option. RQI 1Stop is a high-tech computerized manikin with real time CPR performance feedback. With BEACON you take your BLS Provider course online through the Heartcode program. Then schedule an independent skills appointment at any Code One location that’s convenient for you. We have appointments available from 8 am to 8 pm every day. You’ll have a live instructor for your skills appointment. They’ll meet with you via video conference to help you through the skills verification. They can answer any questions you may have, and they’ll even help control the manikins.
  3. BLS Virtual Live Instructor – This option allows you the opportunity of a virtual learning experience with a live instructor, from the comfort of your home. Upon successful completion of the virtual course students can schedule for a skills session at a Code One Training location.

As of March 2021, the BLS Provider Course fee is $95.

1 thought on “What are the class types for BLS Provider?”

  1. OMG! Thanks a lot for informing us that we can even get certified lessons on life support via online platforms nowadays. As someone who’s taking care of an elderly at the moment, my neighbor feels he should be more well-prepared in case of an emergency. I’ll ask him to consider this option when he makes further arrangement later.

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