BLS Recertification & Renewal

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Update your skills, refresh your memory and extend your BLS certification by two years.

  • Earn 6.0 credit hours
  • Updated course material
  • Instant downloadable certificate
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Course Details

Chapters CE Credits Validity Price Duration ECC Exam Attempts Wallet Card
24 6.0 2 Year $36.95 2-3 Hrs Compliant Unlimited Download/Mail/Print

What to Expect With BLS Recertification?

Here are things to expect with online BLS renewal:

  • Updated guidelines: Learn updated BLS protocols and guidelines in airway management and CPR techniques to reflect the latest evidence-based practices.
  • Review of core concepts: Review key BLS concepts such as the importance of prompt action during cardiac arrest and the use of AEDs, among others.
  • Interactive training modules: Our interactive training modules cover vital BLS concepts that ensure a comprehensive learning experience.
  • Certification renewal: Get a BLS recertification card that demonstrates your competency in mastering basic life support techniques.
  • Covers single and multi rescuer: Covers both single-rescuer and multi-rescuer basic support skills. This is applicable for prehospital and out-of-hospital settings.
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Who Should Take this Course?

The following individuals should take this course: ensuring thorough proficiency in life-saving skills.

  • Nurses working in critical care units, including emergency room nurses, surgical nurses and cardiac nurses.
  • Physicians including cardiologists, anesthesiologists, surgeons, and critical care physicians.
  • EMS professionals, including EMT-basic (EMT-B), Advanced EMT (AEMT), and paramedics.
  • Other healthcare and public safety personnel, such as therapists and medical technicians.
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Advantages of BLS Recertification

Recertifying in Basic Life Support (BLS) brings several benefits, as follows:

  • Improve resuscitation practices: Learn and implement the latest evidence-based practices for better resuscitation outcomes.
  • High-quality CPR techniques: Maintain proficiency in performing chest compressions and rescue breaths.
  • BLS assessment: Stay updated on techniques to accurately determine when immediate BLS intervention is required.
  • Boosts confidence: Regular BLS renewal certification makes a practitioner confident in performing core BLS skills, leading to better outcomes.
  • Better employment opportunities: Maintain certification and enhance opportunities for employment.
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  • 4.0 – 8.0 CE Credit Hours
  • For Medical Fields
  • Includes CPR & First Aid
  • Bag-Mask Techniques

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  • 4.0 – 8.0 CE Credit Hours
  • For Pediatric Responders
  • Includes Videos, Megacode Scenarios, Practice Tests & More

$119.00 $169.00

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BLS Certification

  • 6.0 CE Credit Hours
  • For Medical Fields
  • Includes CPR & First Aid
  • Bag-Mask Techniques
  • Follows Updated Guidelines

$36.95 $39.90

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