How long is the AHA online course?
between 2 and 3 hours
A: The online portion (Part 1) of the AHA Heartsaver First Aid Online With CPR & AED course generally takes students between 2 and 3 hours. Students may take the course in one sitting, or break it up into several sessions depending on individual needs.
Which is better AHA or ARC?
The AHA CPR Certification is more widely accepted by healthcare professionals as it is considered slightly more extensive as well as more challenging. While the Red Cross allows an 80% or higher on their exams as passing, the AHA requires a score of 84% or greater.
What is the difference between BLS and heartsaver?
While the BLS course is developed for healthcare providers, HeartSaver courses are meant for people who are not healthcare professionals but need the certification for their job. BLS focuses on two-rescuer scenarios and team-based approach resuscitation.
How do I get my AHA certification?
Course Completion Certificates
- Log in to the site.
- Select My eLearning.
- Go to the Certificates section.
- In the Completion Certificates column, click the mail icon to email your certificate or click the download icon to download your certificate and print.
Is BLS and AHA the same thing?
American Heart Association – The AHA CPR classes are broken down into two optons: BLS for the Healthcare Professional, Heartsaver AED, and Heartsaver CPR. If you are in the medical field, BLS is the only class for you. It is the most widely accepted course for hospitals and dentists.
Is Ashi the same as AHA?
Although the ASHI classes are gaining popularity, the healthcare CPR market is dominated by the American Heart Association. So, until hospitals realize that ASHI CPR classes are equivalent to those of the AHA, it is best to stick with the AHA BLS for Healthcare Provider Course.