HeartCode BLS

Course # 47-531-452

Course Description

HeartCode BLS online classroom training with testing via Voice-Assisted Manikins (VAMs) for skills verification. There is no direct interaction with a certified AHA instructor, however an instructor is available during skills testing if there are questions or equipment issues/concerns.

Note

***Please note*** When registering for HeartCode BLS, there will be a delay in registration and when your online access key will arrive. You will receive a separate email from your registration confirmation that comes directly from the AHA which will contain your online training access code***

The HeartCode® BLS program is a comprehensive, self-directed eLearning course for the American Heart Association's (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) program. HeartCode BLS features micro-simulation technology with scenario-based learning and is approved for both initial and renewal courses.

HeartCode BLS Part 1 is the cognitive portion of the program where students review the lessons from the BLS Healthcare Provider text, treat five simulated patient cases, and complete the written exam online.

All applicable AHA textbooks, science overview videos, and reference materials are electronically embedded within the course and are easily accessible throughout. Materials remain accessible to students for 2 years after the date of completion of the HeartCode BLS Part 1 course from the student's transcript.

In HeartCode BLS Parts 2 and 3, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills are practiced and tested in the Human Patient Simulator (HPS) Lab, located at Southwest Tech's Health Science Center on the main campus in Fennimore. This course must be completed within 60 calendar days of registereing, whether you have started any portion of the training or not.
The HeartCode® BLS program is a comprehensive, self-directed eLearning course for the American Heart Association's (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) program. HeartCode BLS features micro-simulation technology with scenario-based learning and is approved for both initial and renewal courses.
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HeartCode BLS Part 1 is the cognitive portion of the program where students review the lessons from the BLS Healthcare Provider text, treat five simulated patient cases, and complete the written exam online.

All applicable AHA textbooks, science overview videos, and reference materials are electronically embedded within the course and are easily accessible throughout. Materials remain accessible to students for 2 years after the date of completion of the HeartCode BLS Part 1 course from the student's transcript.

In HeartCode BLS Parts 2 and 3, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills are practiced and tested with a Voice-Assisted Manikin (VAM) in the Human Patient Simulator (HPS) Lab, located at Southwest Tech's Health Science Center on the main campus in Fennimore. This course must be completed within 60 calendar days of registereing, whether you have started any portion of the training or not.

selectSectionStart DateEnd DateCreditsAvailable SeatsInstructorMTWThFSSuTimeLocationCost
Select0081Aug 1, 2020Dec 31, 20200.154Kenneth Bartz*** ONLINE ***ONLINE$95.00
**Online BLS training with skills testing in the HPS lab on campus*** Also note you have 60 days to complete both online and skills testing. If you do not successfully complete the training within 60 days, you will not be issued a refund and will need to complete the training through other means.

ONLINE COURSE NOTE: Students enrolling in this course need to review Southwest Tech's "Online Learning FAQ" to ensure they have the appropriate hardware and internet access to enroll in this course.