Whether you are looking to complete a BLS certification course for advancement of your medical career or so that you can simply have the tools to react in an emergency situation, you can accomplish all of this through the medium of the internet. It's fast, convenient and online.
If you are thinking about taking a Basic Life Support course, PALS certification or ACLS course (we offer all of them at the National Testing Center), it might be worthwhile finding out what the online options are all about, and whether you will be able to use them to your advantage to become certified or renew BLS certification.
+AHA Based Guidelines
One of the facets that we are very happy to offer at the National Testing Center is the fact that our BLS online course follows the latest American Heart Association cognitive guidelines, which are accepted by facilities throughout the United States. This particular online course doesn't only allow individuals the chance to obtain their certifications, but it also gives them the chance to obtain relevant and very practical experience that can be used to react appropriately when the situation calls for it.
+Train at Your Own Pace
A big advantage of completing your online BLS course is that you get to set your own study hours, train at your own pace and complete the course whenever you are ready, night or day. This option is particularly appealing for busy individuals who work full time, or have family-related responsibilities that might take up a lot of their time.
+Obtain CEU Credits
When completing the BLS courses online, you will receive 4 CEU or CME credits, and for completing a renewal, you will get 2 credits. The moment you have completed the course, you will instantly be able to download your BLS certification card and start using it right away. The actual card will be shipped to you within 1 business day after you have passed the course.
+Free Study Material Included
Our program comes with a complete Basic Life Support for healthcare providers study manual. The material is up-to-date with the latest American Heart Association and ECC guidelines and is professionally written by licensed US physicians.