These courses are taken at your convenience at home or work and require a key that may be purchased through us, AFTER you complete Part 1 you may print the completion certificate. You MUST then schedule Part 2&3 with us to perform your practice and skills checkoff portion to be issued your valid AHA card. The certificate is printed at home after you complete the course (Part 1) and have passed the exam issued on the AHA site.
THIS IS A SEPARATE CHARGE FROM THE SKILL SESSION, PART 2&3.
Please look to the right and you will see the KEYS we offer >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
After you complete the on-line session print your certificate of completion. Then visit our Course Calendar and register for the appropriate Skill Session and submit your payment.
The skills portion is done AFTER the HeartCode on-line portion (Part 1) is completed. The HeartCode Part 2 & 3 skill portion is for participants to show the skills they learned. After successful completion of the (Part 2&3) with one of our AHA instructors you may then be issued your AHA eCard. Please view our Course Calendar to see our scheduled skill sessions.
Direct Link: Course Calendar
“Look for the class in YELLOW on our Course Calendar”
“ACLS Skill Sessions are in the color PINK on the Course Calendar”
“PALS Skill Sessions are in the color PURPLE on the Course Calendar”
THIS IS A SEPARATE CHARGE FROM THE HEARTCODE ACCESS KEY PART 1, YOU MUST PURCHASE AND COMPLETE PART 1 BEFORE YOU CAN CONDUCT PART 2&3 TO BE ISSUED YOUR AHA CARD.
Private Skill Sessions are available, please call or email us to make an appointment. This fee may be higher if the private course is requested on Sunday or after 6pm Monday through Saturday.
***A book is not required for the skill session***
Please read our Cancellation Policy before submitting your payment.
Direct Link: Cancellation, Reschedule, Refund, Credit Policy
The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the AHA.