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CPR Classes For Nursing Students | St. Louis

By at October 31, 2011 | 3:52 pm | Print

CPR For Nursing Students

Starting nursing school can be quite overwhelming in the beginning. ACLS – BLS St. Louis wants to help your start into nursing be a little less stressful by making your required cpr class simple, fun, and relaxed.

Our Basic Life Support class, or BLS class, for healthcare providers allows nursing students to practice real life scenarios on cpr mannequins in a staged hospital room.  Our classes are kept small in order to provide our students with a more personalized learning environment and plenty of time for all of their questions to be answered.

We have taught our American Heart Association BLS class in St. Louis to nursing students from Chamberlain College of Nursing, Goldfarb School of Nursing, St. Charles Community College Nursing Program, St. Louis Community College Nursing Program, Lutheran School of Nursing, St. Louis College of Health Careers, University of Missouri St. Louis School of Nursing, and many more. In addition to helping nursing students in St. Louis, and surrounding areas in Missouri, we have nursing students in Illinois travel to take our BLS class for healthcare providers.

If you are starting nursing school this coming semester let us help you start your semester off right. Don’t wait until the last minute to take your required cpr class. After all, you will have plenty of things to keep you busy from January on! Sign up now to get your American Heart Association BLS for healthcare providers certification today.

View our entire class schedule for 1st Time BLS cpr classes or call 314.662.3670. Our classes are conveniently located at our new traing site location in Valley Park, Missouri.

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× Yes, we are open and holding classes. We are following the American Heart Association guidelines regarding best disinfecting practices, as well as limiting our class size during this crisis. However, since our classes are smaller than usual, registration is limited. Please see our course calendar for online registration or contact us directly by phone, live chat or email with questions. Thank you.