Frequently Asked Questions
CPR Classes FAQs
We list all of our BLS CPR and HeartSaver CPR AED Classes at 2.5 hours long. Often, classes end up being less than two hours.
Wear something comfortable. We will be practicing hands-on skills during class, such as compressions, that require physical activity.
Don’t worry, it’s not that difficult. It’s designed to get you to pass, not fail. You may not even be required to take a traditional test where you answer questions and mark your answer if you take a classroom only course.
The American Heart Association requires everyone to come in person to complete their hands-on skills. You can take an all in person class or a hybrid (part online & part in person) class.
In class we will cover how to perform CPR, how to use an AED, and choking relief for adults, children, and infants.
Absolutely! Our Elmwood Park office is only a few blocks outside Chicago which allows us free parking and lower prices! If you have a group of people we can come to your location.
We offer the PALS Certification Classes several times a month. Use our sign up program to view upcoming classes and sign up online.
We offer the American Heart Association BLS Provider Certification and the American Heart Association HeartSaver CPR AED Certification. Use our sign up program to view upcoming classes and sign up online.
Yes, the American Heart Association requires you to have your BLS CPR certification before attending an ACLS class. If your BLS certification has expired, when signing up for ACLS on our website, you can add on the same day BLS CPR course and complete both in one day!