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Now Serving All of Wisconsin!

BLS for Healthcare Courses

Basic Life Support classes, or BLS classes, are intended for healthcare professionals who need BLS CPR certification credentialing for upcoming and current employment; for in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings. This BLS course covers key changes in basic life support, as well as the following for adults, children, and infants. Our BLS certification classes  enable healthcare professionals in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine and throughout Wisconsin to identify and respond to a variety of life threatening emergencies using AED, CPR training, and choking relief techniques.

Milwaukee BLS for HealthCare Courses Cover:Medical BLS Milwaukee

  • 1 and 2-rescuer CPR/AED
  • Differences between rescue techniques
  • Rescue breathing and bag-bask techniques
  • Relieving choking
  • Basic introduction to compressions and ventilations with an advanced airway in place

What is BLS Certification?

This BLS CPR class in Milwaukee includes skills practice and testing, as well as a 25 question multiple choice test (requires a passing score of 84%). The approximate time to complete the course is 4 hours (time varies based on class size). Each of our Wisconsin CPR BLS classes provide certification from the American Heart Association. BLS certification classes are perfect for soon-to-be Emergency Medical Technicians or active EMTS seeking BLS recertification.

BLS Recertification in Wisconsin

Wisconsin BLS certification maintains validity for two years before requiring renewal. For additional information on which medical careers require continued BLS recertification, contact our Milwaukee CPR training instructors. Our BLS training instructors will advise you on which types of CPR training for healthcare professionals will provide the most benefit to your medical career.

Get CPR Certified, Schedule Your Milwaukee BLS for Healthcare Courses Today!

View our Course Calendar for more information about scheduled BLS Classes in Milwaukee. On site courses for groups 5 or more are available:

Counties Cities
Milwaukee
Winnebago New Berlin
West Bend
Dane Rock Milwaukee Brookfield
Waukesha Washington Madison West Allis
Brown Sheboygan Green Bay
Wauwatosa
Kenosha Walworth Racine Beloit
Racine Fond Du Lac
Kenosha Franklin
Ozaukee Dodge Oshkosh Oak Creek
Jefferson Calumet Janesville Racine
Other locations please contact our Milwaukee CPR training instructors to inquire about certification or recertification/renewal.

Proudly Serving:
All of Wisconsin

Milwaukee CPR

From Our Training Site in Milwaukee

Why the change?

The AHA states that in the A-B-C sequence, chest compressions are often delayed while opening the airway, retrieving a barrier device, or gathering equipment. By changing the CPR sequence, chest compressions will be initiated sooner with a minimal delay in ventilations.