BLS Course Details

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  • Course designed and instructed by industry experts
  • Free-to-access videos on our YouTube channel
  • Videos can be watched with English and Spanish audio and subtitles
Other Details
  • Includes Videos, Megacode Scenarios, Practice Tests & More
  • Earn 6.0 CE Credit Hours

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Our online BLS certification will give your career a significant boost by equipping you with specialized skills and in-depth knowledge of life-saving techniques.

2 - 3 hours
English and Español


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BLS Certification Benefits

Instant downloadable certificate and optional Mailed-in wallet card
Access to up-to-date course material and resources
Ability to learn from anywhere with an internet connection
Cost-effective compared to traditional classroom courses
A variety of course options and subjects to choose from
Ability to balance work, family, and education commitments

Get The Required CE Credit Hours

Discover the path to lifesaving mastery with our online BLS certification course! Elevate your medical career as you learn essential skills like CPR, AED usage, and first aid from ACLS Now. Our internationally recognized program meets the highest national standards, empowering you to save lives with confidence.

Gain CE credit hours and learn at your pace. Join us today and unlock a world of updated, comprehensive BLS knowledge that’s backed by regulatory boards and authorities.

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Get Instant BLS Course Card After Passing the Course

Immediately after completing the BLS course, you will receive instant certification. You will be able to download a digital copy of your certificate, which you can present to your employer. In addition, a physical wallet card will be sent to your address.

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Take charge of your career today!

With our BLS online course, you can set your own pace and move through each chapter as you see fit. Once you’ve completed the chapters, passing the final quiz with a score of 75% or above will earn you the BLS online course certificate. This certificate remains valid for two years.

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Online BLS Certification Exam Details

Take your BLS certification exam after you complete the course.

  • Flexible exam scheduling
  • Immediate exam review
  • Unlimited exam retakes
  • Certification valid for 2 years
  • Recertification is recommended before the expiry date
  • Nationally accepted BLS certificate with a 75% or higher score
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Launch your career with us now!

Our BLS certification course is self-paced, allowing you to move through each module at your own convenience. You will need to pass the final exam with a score of 84% or higher to receive your certification card, which is immediately available for download and printing. Your certification will be valid for two years.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, many online portals offer CPR courses that can be completed entirely online. These courses typically include interactive modules, video lectures, and practice exams.

The length of an online CPR course can vary depending on the provider and the level of certification you are seeking. However, most courses can be completed in 1-3 hours.

Yes, most CPR courses require you to pass a written exam at the end of the course. Some courses may also include a practical skills assessment that must be completed in person.

Yes, if you pass the written exam and any required practical skills assessments, you will receive a certification indicating that you are qualified to provide CPR. This certification is typically valid for 2 years before it must be renewed.

An online CPR course typically covers basic life support skills, such as recognizing and responding to breathing and cardiac emergencies, performing chest compressions and rescue breathing, using an automated external defibrillator (AED), and providing care for choking victims. Some courses may also cover special topics, such as CPR for infants and children, first aid, and bloodborne pathogens.

CPR should be performed as soon as possible on a person who is unresponsive and not breathing normally. In general, CPR should be started within 2-3 minutes of a person collapsing to increase their chances of survival.
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