BLS is considered more advanced CPR Class.

Take BLS if you are a: 


-Nurse (RN)

-Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)

-Medical Assistant

-Hospital Technician

-Respiratory therapist

-Dentist

-Dental Assistant 

-Dental Hygienist

-EMT

-Firefighter

-Physical Therapist

-Occupational Therapist 

-Paramedic




310-967-9239  |  1080 S La Cienega Blvd. Suite 211, Los Angeles CA 90035  

Prior to your course, you may pay online through the Enroll tab. During the course we accept cash payments.

  • Where can I park?

Yes. Our site is certified by the American Heart Association.

  • What course should I take?

Nope, everything will be provided to you during your course. 

  • Are you certified by American Heart Association?
  • When will I receive my certification?
  • How can I pay for my course?
  • How can I pay for my course?
  • Do I need to do anything to prepare for my course?

Don't worry! Simply call us to verify your course and we will have a new card printed for you for $15.00.

  • What's the difference between a skills test and the regular course?

You have the option to complete the first part of your course online. When you do so, you will need to print your completion certificate, then call us to schedule your 30 minute skills test. This is different from taking the entire course with us, as we will spend 2-3 hours in class depending on your course.  Deciding which method you want to do is simply based on preference. If you enjoy interactive classroom settings vs if you would like to complete the course during your own time online. 

Prior to your course, you may pay online through the Enroll tab. During the course we accept cash payments.

You will receive you card as soon as you complete the course! We offer our students same day certification.


  • What happens if I lose my card?

Take CPR/AED if you are a: 


-Teacher

-Personal Trainer

-Nanny/Babysitter 

-Construction Worker

-School Bus Driver

-Daycare Worker

-Coach

-Camp Counselor


We have ample parking available to our students free of charge. 

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