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BLS for Healthcare Providers

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BLS certification Tampa

This is the American Heart Association’s Basic Life Support (BLS) certification class taught in a local Tampa area classroom. 

The BLS Class for Healthcare Providers is the required CPR class for healthcare & medical professionals and students.  

This 2 year certification course covers CPR, AED, choking, etc., for adults, children, and infants.


Register in Calendar Below or Call 727-240-9404.

This Course Satisfies Any and All of the Following Needs:

  • You Need to Renew Your BLS.
  • You Need to Certify in BLS for the 1st Time.
  • You Need an American Heart Association BLS Certification for Your Job.
  • You Need a BLS for Healthcare Providers certification for a school program.
  • This CPR Class Satisfies CPR Requirements for Students in Healthcare and Medical Related School Programs.

Who Takes This Class?

  • Nurses and Doctors
  • Students in Healthcare or Medical Programs, such as Nursing School.
  • Dentists and Dental Hygienists
  • Physical and Occupational Therapists
  • Pharmacists, Radiologists, Laboratory Techs
  • EMT’s and Paramedics
  • Nurse Practitioners, CRNAs, Respiratory Therapists
  • Anyone That Needs to Satisfy Healthcare CPR AED Requirements for an Employer or School Program.
“Best BLS class I’ve ever had! Awesome instructor. Fun, relaxed class.”
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Taneasha R.
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“Great equipment. Professional and experienced instructors.”
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Jon M.
Physical Therapist
“Made everyone feel comfortable and welcomed. Caring instructors.”
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Madison W.
Nursing Student
“Excellent phone support when I needed to reschedule.”
Matt C.

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Course Details and Pricing.

  • 100% American Heart Association
  • Course for BLS Renew and 1st time BLS.
  • *Get Your Card Day of Class!
  • CPR AED for Infants, Children and Adults.
  • Satisfies CPR Requirements for All Healthcare Employees, as well as Students in Healthcare and Medical Related School Programs
  • Stress-Free, Welcoming Classroom for All.
Today’s Special! Thursday, July 18th, 2024

SAVE $15 *Was $95.00, Today ONLY $80


  • Eligible for Card Insurance ONLY $3 for 2 years! ($40 value)
  • FREE Reminder System. Don’t Worry About Expiring. ($17 value)

How to Register.

  1. Click BLS Class in the Calendar on the desired date.
  2. Complete the Registration Form.
  3. You will be emailed a confirmation receipt and complete course details.
*NOTE: The American Heart Association updated the BLS guidelines so this course satisfies both 1st Time BLS students and BLS Renewals.

Scheduling Issue?
Can’t Find a Class That Fits Your Schedule in the Calendar? See Classes at Our Nearby Tampa Location.
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Scheduling Issue?
Can’t Find a Class That Fits Your Schedule in the Calendar? See Classes at Our Nearby Tampa Location.
Click Here (cprtampa.training/register)

Register in Calendar Above or Call Us at 727-240-9404

This American Heart Association Basic Life Support class offered by CPR Tampa is the required CPR certification for all nurses, doctors, dentists, paramedics, firefighters, respiratory therapists, radiologists, pharmacists, dental hygienists, physical and occupational therapists, and all other healthcare professionals. This AHA CPR certification is also commonly known as the BLS for Healthcare Providers course. In addition to currently licensed healthcare professionals, the course is required by nursing students, medical students, dental students, and any other healthcare or medical related school program. 

The content of this course includes the AHA recommended protocol of how to provide CPR for adults, children, and infants. It also covers the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED), and how to relieve a choking victim. 

As all courses taught by CPR Tampa, we ensure that every students feels welcome in our relaxed and stress-free classroom environment. Our instructors are professionals, mostly nurses and paramedics by trade, and focus on a friendly, helpful, caring teaching approach. 

All instructors are AHA certified to teach ACLS through the American Heart Association. We further train instructors on how to ensure a stress free classroom. Customer service is at the top of our list. This of course includes accurate and clear delivery of course content. We understand how important this training is to saving lives. We follow AHA guidelines throughout the training.

We provide training primarily in Pinellas county, Pasco county, and Hillsborough county. We service healthcare professionals in Tampa, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater, New Port Richey, St. Petersburg, Wesley Chapel, Dunedin, West Chase, Town N Country, Oldsmar, Safety Harbor, Pinellas, East Lake, Trinity, Keystone, etc. This training site is located in Tarpon Springs, Florida.

If you have any questions, please call us at 727-240-9404 or Email us at [email protected].

See you in class.

FAQ’s for BLS Class

Yes, BLS is CPR. It is a specialized CPR certification course for people who work in healthcare or are going to school to work in the medical or healthcare industry to become a healthcare professional.

Our training site is located at:
39336 US Highway 19 North
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689

Please see our location tab above for a map and driving directions.

Same Day! All American Heart Association cards are now digital. You will receive your digital card by midnight on the day you take your class or skills check.

An in-person BLS Class lasts around 3.5-4 hours. 

The BLS-ACLS Combo class lasts around 8-9 hours.

All of our BLS Classes are listed on the calendar. Simply choose any “BLS CLASS” in BLUE to register.

Yes. The American Heart Association requires that every student has access to the current AHA manual before, during and after class. 

If you didn’t order a book with us, make sure you bring one to class. If you arrive to class without the required manual, you will need to purchase one before class begins in order to participate in the class. Your instructor can assist you with this on the day of class. 

Yes, this BLS course is good for both renewal and 1st time student.

Yes, you can still take the BLS Class. We’re happy to have you.

Yes! It is possible to get all these certifications on the same day with our Blended Online Learning option for BLS, ACLS and PALS. This is where you complete the online portion at home and then visit our training site for the skills session check-off, i.e., the hands-on portion. You will receive all 3 cards on the day of the successful skills session completion. 

If you are looking entirely for in-person classes, and have a current ACLS certification that needs to be renewed, then you can take our ACLS-BLS Combo course on the same day. If you don’t have a current ACLS that’s not expired more than 90 days, then you must take the 1st Time ACLS class. You can also add BLS on the same day.

For PALS, if you are current and not more than 90 days expired, you can take the PALS Renew. If more than 90 days expired, you must take the 1st Time PALS class.

Call us and we will be happy to help you register for these certifications in order to best fit your schedule.

Yes, you can pay on the day of the class. However, we prioritize paid reservation, you can try to go there on the day of the class and see if there is a spot available. If there is, you can attend the class. If the class is full, then you will have to choose a class on another day.

All American Heart Association cards are now digital. If you lose access to your card, there is a $20 recovery cost for each occurrence. However, if you purchased Card Insurance, recovering access to your card is FREE for 2 full years. To request a replacement card simply email us.

The American Heart Association no longer provides physical cards. All cards are in digital format that you can access and print.

Here are directions on How To Claim and Access Your Ecard. (https://cprregister.com/ecards/ )

Once you have accessed your card through the AHA’s website, you will have the option to download and print the eCard, which is in PDF format.

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