How to Sign Up For American Heart Association (AHA) Classes With Elite Medical Training

American Heart Association (AHA)

Looking for a way to get all of your AHA classes under your belt? Elite Medical Training is now partnered with The American Heart Association to offer courses to medical professionals! They have online and blended learning classes that can be done at their own pace. Elite Medical Training is able to help those who struggle with scheduling challenges as well as those who need training on their own time.

This is just one of many reasons why Elite Medical Training believes that the AHA is a great resource!

How to Sign Up For American Heart Association (AHA) Classes With Elite Medical Training

How many of you are intimidated by the idea of signing up for new classes? There is no need to be nervous about it because all that they will have to do is head to www.EliteMedicalTraining.com to set up their course time!

Courses Offered By the American Heart Association

The American Heart Association offers a variety of courses to help to learn CPR, First Aid, and AED use. They can sign up for courses in person or online.

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Instructor-Led

The ACLS class is a good option for those who need the training in order to meet job requirements or state licensure. This course meets and exceeds AHA guidelines, all while being taught by an expert instructor with over 25 years of experience in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), and emergency medical services (EMS).

This covers everything – all materials and one-on-one time with an instructor to ensure everyone understands how CPR works and what they can do in different situations. Each student gets a card that shows they have successfully completed this class after passing the final exam.

Interactive HeartCode for Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)

When signing up with us, this is among the classes that are included in our CPR certification training courses. It’s a practical class for healthcare providers who must be able to recognize and properly respond during an emergency when there are multiple casualties or one victim with multi-system trauma.

The course focuses on managing respiratory emergencies, cardiac arrest, and shock. They will learn how to manage airway, breathing, and circulation for adult victims, pediatric, neonatal, and infants (birth to one-year-old).

This is the only way to get AHA-ACLS certification without attending a full course on how to perform CPR and ACLS procedures, just sign up for our classes! We have partnered with some of the best training providers in order to give you all of this information under one roof so that you can become CPR certified quickly.

Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor-Led

The American Heart Association is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of people by teaching CPR. The AHA also provides instruction in first aid and other safety procedures, such as how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED).

The AHA offers a variety of certification courses, including Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor-Led. This course is designed for people interested in teaching CPR to students and employees at their workplace or community organization. Students who successfully pass this course will receive a two-year BLS instructor card from the American Heart Association that they can show employers.

Pediatric Advanced (PALS) Instructor-Led

The American Heart Association is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of people by teaching CPR. The AHA also provides instruction in first aid and other safety procedures, such as how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED).

Elite Medical Training offers courses for students interested in learning how to teach others about pediatric advanced life support (PALS). The AHA offers two types of PALS courses: Instructor-Led and Interactive HeartCode.

The AHA’s Instructor-Led course includes lectures about pediatric cardiac emergencies, managing respiratory distress in children, acute asthma attacks in children, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), preventing infections associated with central venous catheters, and more. Students who successfully pass this course will receive a two-year PALS instructor card from the American Heart Association that they can show employers.

The Interactive HeartCode is not an AHA certification program, but the course offers students a chance to become familiar with how PALS works and what instructors teach in their classes. For more information about this option, contact Elite Medical Training today.

Consistency & Quality

We believe in being consistent withf our training and we have been doing so since 2010. We know what they want out of a CPR class, whether it’s for healthcare professionals or the general public. In fact, if there is any inconsistency during your course that needs to be addressed by us then we will do whatever possible to correct the issue immediately.

We also believe that quality is extremely important. As medical professionals, we care about getting you on the right path just as much as you do! We constantly give the best of ourselves to our students and we want them to have the same level of commitment from us. We promise not only top-notch training but also customer service that will exceed expectations.

When Elite Medical Training first began offering CPR classes, it was with the intent to provide our community with the highest quality training available. We continue that mission today by constantly refining and improving upon our courses so you’ll know you are receiving nothing less than perfection from us.

We want to make sure we provide our customers with the most convenient option available when it comes to CPR certification and AHA classes. This is why we offer an online registration system that allows registering in just a few minutes, regardless of where the company’s offices may be located.

Convenience

We understand that individuals can be very busy and it’s not always easy to take time out of their schedules for training. This is why we’ve made some of our classes interactive online so they don’t even have to leave the workspace. We also offer weekly webinars, which are convenient for those who find themselves working irregular hours at their job.

Our classes are often short and sweet, which is another reason they’re so convenient for those who have a busy schedule! We know that health emergencies happen at all hours of the day and night, so we don’t expect our students to take off from work or school just because it’s not normal business hours.

Looking for life-saving courses near you? Call Elite Medical Training today! You can reach us at 888-713-0455 or visit our website www.elitemedicaltraining.com