What kind of training do we offer?

At MedLife CPR, we offer training in Heartsaver CPR/AED First Aid, Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support.

Who can benefit from the training we offer?

Everyone in the general public including non-medical personnel can benefit from being trained in CPR, First Aid, and AED to be knowledgeable and to be ready to act when the time is right. BLS and ACLS are geared towards medical professionals and students who require an AHA certification by the institution they work for or school they are attending.

When will I receive my American Heart Association (AHA) E-card?

American Heart Association certification e-cards are given immediately upon successful completion of course.

How long is my certification good for?

Your AHA certification card is valid for 2 years. We will send you an email reminder in approximately two months before your certification expires.

How much would it cost to replace a lost card?

We can replace your card for you if needed, however, you must have taken the course with us. Replacement cards are $25 for BLS, ACLS and Heartsaver CPR courses.

Can I bring my child or relative to class?

We are unable to provide childcare services therefore we cannot allow any family or friend to stay with you during class unless they have signed up to be in the class as well. Seats are limited.

Can I bring food or drinks to class?

We do not allow food or drinks inside the classrooms, however, you may bring water inside the class. Beverages such as coffee, juices or sodas are not allowed.

Do I receive a course textbook when taking an online course?

Yes. Provider manual is given with every course and it is already included in the price.

What type of CPR/AED equipment do you train with?

We use the latest Prestan CPR manikins with feedback for our training sessions. We also have the most up-to-date AED trainers (machines) to teach with as well.

Are there any special COVID-19 training precautions?

Yes. To minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission during AHA courses, the American Heart Association has put protocols in place that allow us to do our classes virtually.  The upcoming classes will be done via Zoom.  During this session, you will be able to watch the videos and interact with our instructor(s) and take a written exam. Upon successful completion of this process, you will need to be scheduled for a hands-on skills test. When all course requirements are met you will receive an AHA completion card valid for 2 years. Upon registration you will receive a link to the email provided that will allow you access to the course.