American Heart Association BLS CPR Certification Class

$59.95* 60 minutes

SKU: CPR Category:

*In accordance with current AHA guidelines, after checkout, the AHA requires students to purchase and complete the AHA adaptive online learning portion of this course before coming to the in-person class.

BLS CPR & AED Renewal in Austin

CPR Certification Austin’s CPR renewal courses provide the best hands-on, interactive environment for training. After completing your in-person skills test, you will leave with your CPR certification and BLS renewal the same day as your class.

This course is for anyone who has previously taken an AHA BLS CPR course;  even if you have a gap in your CPR certification, you can still sign up for the recertification course.

We provide the best certification and recertification programs available and are 100% certified by the American Heart Association (AHA). You will gain the specific training you need to remain compliant with OSHA and your job or school requirements.

Austin CPR Renewal Classes

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is the lifesaving training required for your work or may be something you gained as a Good Samaritan. From surface chest compressions to rescue breathing, knowing how to perform these steps in a medical crisis is incredibly valuable! And keeping your skills sharpened is imperative to the AHA so that you can effectively give life support.

Who Needs CPR Certification Renewal?

CPR training must be redone every two years. It can be easy to forget about your CPR certification status when you’re living life or making a difference in your world— but staying up-to-date on your certification means you are always ready. If you have a close-to-expired certificate or expired certification, you can take our course.

What to Expect in Your CPR Recertification

We will review everything you need to know, including how to  —

  • Identify the seven CPR steps
  • Find the pulse
  • Perform compressions (finger and palm)
  • Restore regular breathing
  • Properly use the AED machine

When you gain your American Heart Association certification, you will —

  • Meet OSHA requirements
  • Satisfy your job requirements
  • Leave 100% confident to help anyone needing CPR

Why Train With Us?

  1. You will receive the most widely recognized and accredited training.
  2. You will gain experience with personal training due to our hands-on elements, streamlined class times, and smaller group sizes.
  3. You can come to our training facility, or we can come to you. We love developing connections with —  and supporting  — our community!
  4. You can leave class with your AHA CPR certification card, same day.

All employers and organizations accept CPR Certification Austin, including —

  • Nurses, RNs, and CNAs<
  • Hospitals
  • EMT/Paramedic Companies
  • Home Health Aides
  • Personal Training Facilities and Gyms
  • Schools (Private and Public)
  • Hospitality Industry
  • Construction Sites
  • Daycare and Caretakers
  • Nursery caregivers and workers
  • All College Programs
  • Nonprofits
  • Firefighting and Other Municipalities


How long does CPR certification last?

CPR certification training must be renewed every two years to keep your abilities current.

When can I take my CPR renewal course?

We offer weekly CPR renewal course selections. Simply choose which time best fits your life and schedule.

How will I complete the CPR renewal certification course?

Our CPR recertification courses used to run about four hours. Our current in-person certification courses are a fraction of that time. Once you sign up for the course, you will receive educational modules that must be completed before coming to class.

With our CPR renewal class, you will earn the same top-level CPR certification as the first-time class, you’ll go through all training and testing, and you’ll receive your CPR card! This course fulfills 100% AHA BLS CPR and AED Healthcare Provider certification training requirements.

When looking at all your options, be aware of other online options that do not include an in-person element. To be fully AHA-certified and OSHA compliant, you have to complete your skills check with a trained professional.