BLS Certification in Little Rock
All of our Little Rock BLS certification courses allow first responders and medical professionals to learn the latest proven science and techniques, and challenge their critical thinking and problem-solving skills through our scenario-based approach. All of our courses are consistent with AHA Guidelines for CPR/ECC, and cover breathing and cardiac emergencies – including CPR, AED, and obstructed airway for infants, children, and adults.
When you choose in-person BLS training in Little Rock, you'll have the opportunity to learn from a world-class instructor in a focused setting. In addition, you'll gain the ability to ask questions throughout class, discuss scenarios with your instructor and your classmates, and learn in an environment where distractions can be virtually eliminated. After the lecture portion of the material is complete, you'll get hands-on experience performing a wide range of skills, and your instructor will be there to help you perfect your techniques so you can deliver the best care possible. For more information on our in-person BLS classes as well as our blended Simulation Learning format, which combines online coursework with an in-person skills session, check our newest class schedule.
At the Red Cross we offer world-class training and science based courses that can help you stay at the forefront of your field. But no student can synthesize the information provided in class without a little effort on their part – which is why we encourage you to engage in practices that can help ensure your success. For instance, when you take notes, and participate in class discussions, information is reinforced. And when you practice your skills with others, you can improve your skills based on what others observe, and you'll have the chance to see how other people perform the same skills – which can help deepen your understanding of the information learned in class. Of course, throughout your BLS training in Little Rock, your instructor will be available to answer any questions you may have and can explain concepts in a variety of ways, so don't be shy – it's one of the reasons they're there. Regardless of what you need, we'll do our best to help – and we wish you success in this and all of your future endeavors.
If you have several team members who need BLS training in Little Rock, you can schedule a group class with the Red Cross and allow everyone to train together. This way, everyone will get the training they need, and they can work together – building trust and relationships throughout class. Additionally, we can customize your program to fit your specific needs, include your local protocols and cover your organization's unique guidelines and principles. For details on our personalized group training opportunities, visit https://www.redcross.org/take-a-class/train-my-employees.
Even after completing your BLS certification in Little Rock, we'll be here to help you maintain your skills. After all, if you don't use or practice them regularly, they're easy to lose. Which is why we provide all of our course "graduates" with online refresher materials, including quizzes, games and other activities that take just a few minutes to complete, but can keep your skills sharp and ready for anything. Check out our Refresher Center for more information.
In Little Rock, your Basic Life Support certification will be valid for two years. However, rather than completing another full course to maintain your certification, you can simply sign up for an abbreviated BLS recertification class. These classes are designed for those whose credentials are still valid (or within 30 days of expiring), and allow you to avoid a lapse in certification so you can stay certified and stay on the job. Find out more.