HeartCode® BLS

Hands-On Skill Session

American Heart Association

Basic Life Support Provider

for Healthcare Providers


The American Heart Association HeartCode® BLS is the online version of BLS. It’s not 100% online though. You complete the lecture and exam online at your own pace and afterwards you come in for a hands-on skills session.



  • Nurses
  • Physicians
  • Paramedics
  • EMTs
  • CNA
  • Students
  • Physical Therapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Dental Hygienist
  • And many more!


1 Hour or Less




Sterling Heights

How does it work?

PART 1 - Online Module

Purchase the HeartCode® BLS course at American Heart Association’s website (sold separately). Complete the online module which consists of multiple simulations and the written exam. Once completed you receive a completion certificate. Bring the certificate to your hands-on skill session.

PART 2 - Hands-On Skill Session

The hands-on skill session consists of manikin practice and skills testing. Once completed you will received your American Heart Association BLS card the same-day of the course. Your BLS card will be identical to the classroom-based BLS card with no mention of being a “online” course.

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Request a private class

Nothing fit your schedule? We can easily add a class that does.

Emergency Class

Did your certification lapse? Need it for work or school and the deadline was yesterday? We can help with that.

Take the Class On-Site

We offer the BLS class in person multiple times a week.

Frequently Asked Questions

This is American Heart Association’s blended learning option. A portion of the class is completed online and after you complete the hands-skill session you will receive an identical BLS card with no mention of it being an “online” course.

You can expect your certification to be emailed to you at the end of the day you took your class. 

Usually less than an hour. Our goal is to make you 100% comfortable with the content. Some students will take longer than others.

Yes we can help with that! Check out our BLS page for more information.

No. American Heart Association requires to have an in-person hands-on skill session in order to receive an American Heart Association BLS card.

It’s currently recommended that a BLS certification be renewed every two years. However, some employers require more up-to-date training, which can be as often as every three months.

BLS is the highest level of CPR certification you can get and is necessary for healthcare providers. Classes referred to as simply “CPR” are generally for non-healthcare professionals who still require certification. 

Absolutely! We would be happy to add a class that fits your schedule. Check out our private class option for more details.