Online Courses American Heart Association (AHA) Blended/E-Learning
Training offers the American Heart Association
online courses delivered in one, two or three parts.
The cognitive learning portion (Part 1) can be completed online. To
receive a course completion card participants are required to demonstrate proficiency by completing an
in-person skills practice (Part 2) and testing (Part 3) sessions.
The listed course prices include the 3-parts (online and skills session). If you purchased the online part 1 (cognitive/didactic) from the AHA website, you only have to sign up for the skills session with us.
Online Course Options
Online/ Blended Course Option
(Prices below include the online portion+skills Session)
* Online training are not allowed for any of
the child care training, per the statute that governs this particular
training requirement. Please visit the Child Provider section to register for your in-person California Childcare Pediatric First Aid CPR AED training.
It's flexible and convenient, saves time & money.
Students learn at their own pace, according to their
learning styles and schedules.
Companies and healthcare organizations can overcome
obstacles such as scheduling or reaching remote employees.
Caregivers spend less time away from their patients,
thereby increasing patients' satisfaction.
Employers and staff maintain on-the-job productivity
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.