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American Heart Association BLS
The American Heart Association has designed a CPR course for medical and healthcare professionals called AHA BLS for the Healthcare Provider. This course covers CPR for all the age groups, 2 person CPR, how to save a victim who is choking, bag valve masks, pocket masks, and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Sacramento CPR Classes is an official American Heart Association BLS Training Center and our license number is California – 20784. All students will receive their BLS card on the day of the training. Also, we have a great cancellations policy: You can cancel your class at any time for any reason. You do not need to pay for your course until your arrival on class day. If you don’t show up, you don’t pay.
We offer coffee and granola bars in the large comfortable classroom and our instructors are very nice and friendly. You will have a nice pleasant class. Hope to see you soon.
Childcare providers in Sacramento county are required by law to have current Pediatric CPR and First-aid certification. Title 22 specifies that the the Pediatric CPR and First-aid course must be 8 hours long. If you find a course that is less than 8 hours, it would not be accepted when Community Care Licensing comes out to your center. We gets lots of students who took an uncertified CPR and first-aid class that was not accepted by licensing.
How to make sure you are registered for a licensed Pediatric CPR and First-aid Class that is accepted by EMSA:
1. Verify their license with EMSA.
2. View their license.
3. Make sure the Pediatric CPR and First-aid Class is 8 hours long. It does not matter if you are renewing or if you taking the class for the first time. Per Title 22 (AB243), the course must be 8 hours long.