BLS certification

for Healthcare Providers

Two-Year Certification Card | Nationally Recognized Program

The Basic Life Support (BLS) course will prepare healthcare providers and professional rescuers to gain the knowledge and skills needed to respond to cardiac arrest in victims of all ages.

What is the difference between CPR and BLS for healthcare providers?

The difference between BLS and CPR is that the BLS class is an advanced CPR AED course. BLS is an abbreviation for Basic Life Support. The BLS CPR AED is a healthcare level CPR. The certification for healthcare providers is titled BLS Provider.

BLS for healthcare providers


Hands on Classes available in Holly Springs every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 6 p.m. every Saturday at 9 am. Once you register, you will be able to choose a date to attend the in person hands on training.

For your convenience, we offer blended training:

Corporate Training: On site group training classes available.

Online instruction with in-person hands on group classes.

A combination of 24/7 access to online learning followed by in person limited contact hands on training, limited to 4 students per class.

Please remember to wear a mask during class. Please allow 30 to 40 minutes for the in person hands on training.

  • Hands on group classes are available in Holly Springs every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 6 p.m. & every Saturday at 9 am.

  • Groups of 3 or more may request a different time to meet your needs, if the available times are not convenient for you.

  • We will come to you for groups of 6 or more. Training on your site, on your schedule!

WHAT TO EXPECT during the BLS certification class

Through lecture, videos and hands-on practice during the BLS (Basic Life Support) training, you will be able to respond confidently to emergency situations whether you are in the field or at bedside. BLS (Basic Life Support) skills and topics include:

1- and 2-Rescuer Techniques Adult, Child and Infant CPR

Team CPR • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Use Pre-Hospital and Hospital Scenarios

Adult, Child and Infant Choking Ventilation Devices

And many more!