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Taught by experienced, professional paramedics and nurses, these high-quality, science-based courses are open to the general public and professional health care/medical rescue personnel. The American Heart Association (AHA) developed all of the CPR courses which are taught using the most current materials and techniques. After passing a skills review and written exam, receive an AHA certification card valid for two years.

What courses will I take?

NRN-518 BLS Skills Testing

NRN-519 Heartsaver CPR/AED Skills Testing

NRN-520 Heartsaver First Aid Skills Testing

NSN-308 CPR for Health Care Providers

NSN-309 Health Care Provider CPR Re-certification

NRG-339 Heart Saver AED

NRN-332 Heart Saver First Aid CPR AED

What credentials can I earn?

Receive CPR/BLS certification and re-certification for professionals.

What are the requirements?

  • Textbooks and pocket masks are available at the AACC Bookstore. Students are expected to finish reading assignments before class and bring their textbook and pocket mask to each class.
  • Dress appropriately.
  • Students who do not come prepared to class may be asked to attend another class.
  • For re-certification classes, students must bring a current CPR card to the class. The card must be current on the first day of class.

How do I enroll?

Register online, by mail or in person. Registration closes two days prior to the start of class.

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