A program recognised by the American Heart Association, this BLS Certification will teach CPR skills to help victims of all ages.
Our BLS/ACLS certification program provides extensive instruction in the use of a variety of life-saving CPR techniques, whether in-hospital or out-of-hospital situations. It provides individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to respond effectively in life-threatening circumstances. The curriculum includes both Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS), ensuring that students are well-prepared to give timely and competent assistance.
Students can pursue these credentials individually or in groups, personalizing their training to their specific needs and objectives. BLS certification, which focuses on basic life support techniques, is appropriate for those looking for a solid foundation, whereas ACLS certification, designed for healthcare professionals, goes into advanced cardiac life support operations. The combination of BLS/ACLS certification improves a student’s ability to manage a wide range of emergency scenarios competently and confidently. Our curriculum is intended to provide individuals with the skills necessary to make a big impact in critical situations, and it is an important component in assuring preparation and safety in healthcare environments.
Whether you’re a healthcare professional trying to advance your career or a concerned citizen looking to learn how to respond successfully in an emergency, our BLS and ACLS certification courses are designed to meet your goals. You will receive a valued Basic Life Support certification and an Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support certification for completing these courses, allowing you to contribute to improved patient outcomes and safety in emergency circumstances.
SHA is an American Health Association appoved training site for BLS/ACLS certification
$150 fee for ACLS,
$50 fee for BLS
- Understand the importance of high-quality CPR
- Possess a thorough knowledge of the steps for life support
- Recognize the signs of someone needing CPR
- Perform high-quality CPR for adults, children, and infants
- Understand the uses of AED and other devices
- Understand the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for an adult, a child, and an infant
Dr Jiji Sally Varughese
DNP, MSN-Ed, RN