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CPR Columbus is an American Heart Association training site that offers Basic Life Support (BLS) classes in the area. BLS for Healthcare Provider classes are required by medical professionals such as nurses, doctors, dentists, pharmacists, therapists, and anyone else who is required to have CPR in a healthcare-related field. This course also satisfies, the CPR requirement for all school programs, such as nursing school, medical school, dental school, pharmacy school, etc. It covers AHA guidelines for adults, children, and infants.

One word of caution is for those who seek online certifications. The AHA does not approve any course that is entirely online. At the very minimum, through a blended-learning class, a part of the course can be taken online, however, all certifications require an in-person, hands-on skills check. Any company promising online-only certifications are not AHA certified, even if they advertise as such. So be careful. Many unfortunate individuals have paid for these online courses and have come to find out that their hospital or employer will not accept them. They are then forced to retake the class with an official American Heart Association company, such as CPR Columbus.

When choosing an AHA company to attain your certification always check to ensure they are officially certified. This can save you a whole lot of headaches and money. Also, inquire about their equipment. Make sure it is up to date, as well as clean and sanitary. And as with any class, the most important factor is the instructor. Read Google Reviews to make sure that the instructors are caring, experienced, organized, and friendly. This is where CPR Columbus excels. Their instructors are not only put through rigorous AHA training but in addition, are further trained on how to create and maintain a stress-free and welcoming classroom environment. The company maintains a philosophical belief that optimal learning occurs when the student is fully comfortable and relaxed. All testing, both practical and written, falls under these guiding principles.

Another factor to consider when signing up for a BLS class is the ease of the registration process and customer support. Many fly-by-night AHA companies have very poor customer support, if any, and even worse registration processes. A good company should be very clear about the process, you should be able to pay securely online using a credit card of your choice, and most importantly there should be a contact phone number in case you need to contact them. They should also have company policies readily available, such as refunds and rescheduling. 

The BLS course should last 3.5 to 4 hours. There is also a required manual for the course. The course and manual should be around $100 for everything. The certification is then valid for 2 years. 

So remember, there are quite a few things to consider when choosing such an important course that is required by your school program or employer.

Best of luck! And thank you for being a valued healthcare provider in our community.


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