BLS Certification in Oklahoma
Throughout our Oklahoma Basic Life Support certification classes, you'll receive best-in-class instruction and the latest in science-based knowledge. Designed to suit your schedule and your learning style, our BLS courses are available in an in-person setting, and in a blended Simulation Learning format, which combines online coursework with an in-person skills session. Once you've successfully completed your training, you'll receive online, anytime access to a range of refresher materials that can help you keep your skills sharp – even if you haven't used them in awhile. This way, you can stay prepared to help long after your class has ended.
BLS classes in Oklahoma are designed for healthcare professionals, including first responders, who provide care in offices or in emergency situations. All of our courses use a scenario-based approach that allows class participants to develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills that can help improve patient outcomes. Course materials are consistent with AHA Guidelines for CPR/ECC, cover care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, and deliver training in CPR, AED, and obstructed airways – for adults, children, and infant patients. Browse the BLS trainings available in your area, and gain the skills necessary to help during times of crisis.
In our BLS classes in Oklahoma you'll learn basic life support for healthcare providers – which means that you'll learn how to provide care to patients during times of crisis. Our courses cover scene safety and assessment, CPR/AED use for adults, children and infants, obstructed airways, critical thinking, problem solving, communication and teamwork, the EMS system, legal considerations, and precautions. Best of all, at the end of the class, you'll hold a number of certifications and be well prepared to provide basic emergency medical care.
At the Red Cross, we know that the information you gain during your BLS classes in Oklahoma isn't "one and done" – and that your skills will wax and wane with use. That's why we've developed a range of materials that you can use long after your training is complete. Just a few of the options available to help you keep your skills sharp include our CPR/AED refreshers, the 2017 CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers Handbook, and a variety of fact sheets – like our oxygen, airway, and suctioning fact sheets. With these and other resources available online anytime, you can be prepared to help during times of crisis.
At the Red Cross, our BLS recertification courses are designed for those whose credentials are currently valid or within 30 days of expiring. Classes are abbreviated, and result in a two-year certification. All of our Oklahoma BLS renewal classes are taught by industry experts who can help you learn the latest techniques for providing care, refresh your memory, and further your expertise in basic life support. Find a BLS recertification class in your area.
At the Red Cross, we believe in keeping things simple. From our enrollment process to tracking your certifications. That's one of the reasons we offer every student access to their own digital certificates via a secure portal. With the ability to keep track of your Oklahoma BLS certification, (and even print or share them with others online, anytime), plus the power to review your training history, there's no need to keep a binder in your home that's easy to misplace. Best of all, each certificate includes a unique ID and a QR code which meets employment requirements and allows employers and volunteer organizations to easily confirm that your certificate is valid.