Atlanta CPR Announces New Website Launch Now Offering 1 hour Evening Certification Class

July 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Atlanta CPR, based in Atlanta, Georgia, has announced that they have recently launched their new website with their new class schedule featuring night CPR classes. This provider offers cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification classes. All of the Atlanta CPR instructors are fully credentialed American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS), advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), HeartSaver Instructors. The curriculum that is followed is based on the guidelines provide by the American Heart Association (AHA). The classes are held daily at 9:00 am and every evening at 7:00 pm, and those who attend the classes will get an AHA certification card at the end of the class.

Steven The Nurse, lead Instructor at Atlanta CPR, says, “We are very happy to announce the launch of our new website. With this new site we expect that people will be better informed about our CPR training classes and how to attend them. We offer among others a HeartSaver First Aid CPR automated external defibrillator (AED) blended learning course that is intended for anyone with limited or no medical training. It is non-medical people seeking a course completion card in CPR and first Aid use to meet job, regulatory or other requirements.”

Those healthcare professionals who take the Heartcode BLS blended elearning course include nurses; physicians; nursing students; medical students; physician’s assistants, dentists; dental hygienists; medical assistants; paramedics; emergency medical technicians; physical therapists; residents or fellows; hospital transporters; aides and other allied health personnel; pharmacists; respiratory therapists; staff in intensive care units and emergency or critical care departments; other professionals who may respond to a cardiovascular emergency. This is the 1 hour BLS Class 9am- 10am everyday of the year.

Steven pointed out that the blended CPR classes have been found by Atlanta hospitals to be a better and faster way for busy physicians, nurses and other hospital staff you get certified and retain more information. They can learn BLS and be on the same page, particularly with regards to teamwork. The blended eLearning classes combined with hands-on skills training with an American Heart Association instructor have been found to be more effective than the usual classroom-based CPR training.

Meanwhile, even the CPR instructors at Atlanta CPR have noticed that teaching hands on skills to first-time CPR students who have already undergone the Basic Life Support eLearning course is much easier compared to teaching those who have completed the full classroom-based BLS / CPR training. The AHA eLearning course offers several benefits, including flexibility, convenience, savings on time and gas, and consistency.

Atlanta CPR offers various kinds of classes, including the Heartcode ACLS course, the ACLS recertification course, the AHA First Aid CPR AED combo course, the BLS for Healthcare Providers course, Red Cross First Aid CPR AED, and the Red Cross Adult CPR AED course.

The Heartcode ACLS Providers eLearning course is a web-based eLearning course that offers the cognitive portion of the ACLS course and can be utilized for initial or renewal of certification. Those who successfully complete the course will get a certificate that will allow them to attend the 2 hour ACLS Megacode hands on skills session with a certified AHA instructor, which they have to pass in order to qualify for an ACLS card. This Class is held everyday at 9am-11am

The ACLS Recertification course is an instructor-led 8 classroom course. Classes begin at 9:00 am and usually end at 5:00 pm Monday - Friday. Nurses, physicians, and other healthcare personnel who either participate or direct the management of cardiopulmonary arrest or other cardiovascular emergencies are encouraged to attend the life saving course.

The AHA First Aid CPR AED Combo is a course for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs a course completion card in CPR, and first aid to comply with job, regulatory or other requirements. These include physical fitness trainers, teachers, home health aides, security guards, police and firefighters, day care workers, and camp counselors.

The Red Cross Adult and Pediatric First AID CPR AED Blended learning course at 11am - 12pm everyday, integrates the latest science and teaches students to recognize cardiac arrest and care for various kinds of first aid emergencies, including cuts; burns; scrapes; sudden illnesses; head, neck or back injuries; heat and cold emergencies; and how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies.

The Red Cross Adult CPR AED Blended learning course is one of Atlanta CPR's Shortest classes. It's called the lunchtime special. It costs' $37.50 and the skills session is only 30 minutes long at 11:00am 12pm Monday - Friday

Atlanta CPR is an AHA training site where the ACLS instructors are professional nurses certified in BLS, ACLS, HeartSaver first aid, CPR, and AED. Those who require more information regarding the CPR certification classes can visit their website or contact them by phone or by email.


For more information about Atlanta CPR Training, contact the company here:

Atlanta CPR Training
Steven Jackson
(404) 956-4003
Atlanta CPR Training 1874 Piedmont Road Northeast BLDG - C Suite 355-C Atlanta, GA 30324

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