Medical Professional Online Training Classes
Public/ Community/ Workplace Online Training Classes
NorCal Emergency Online Training Classes
*The above options are ‘On-Line Courses’
Read below as there have been some changes with the AHA’s 2015 E-Learning curriculum
How does Blended Learning Work? E-Learning now includes On-Line AND Classroom Training
- Step 1: Register for an On-Line Course AND Classroom Skills Session date (Classroom Skills Session length varies by class)
- Step 2: Complete the On-Line Course and bring Cert. of Completion to Class
- Step 3: After successful skills session walk out with your Offical American Heart Association certification card
Register for Skills Session Class at our Rancho Cordova or Roseville campus to complete your Classroom Practice and Skills Evaluation and walk out with your official American Heart Association Certification. Classroom Skills Session length varies by class so check during course registration.
Frequently asked questions about ‘Blended Training’
Q: How do I get my CE’s/CEU’s ?
A: CE’s/CEU’s will be issued by either NorCal Emergency Medical Training or the AHA.
Q: When can I get my card?
A: Immediately following your Classroom Skills Session, upon successful completion, you will walk out with your new AHA card in hand!
Q: Is this the same class and card I would get if I came to the traditional class that I am used to?
A: Yes, it is the same class, same card, same everything! The AHA has made this option for all classes because they understand that busy professionals may not have one or two days to spend in class.
Q: Why is it more expensive?
A: It really isn’t. If you take the traditional class, a priced book is mandatory! By doing it this way, you are given an “e-Book” for your future reference. Plus, at the end of the day, time is money right?
About Skills Sessions
To this point, you have completed the On-Line Course which is phase 1. The second phase of Blended Learning begins when you bring your Certificate of Completion to class for further classroom education, answering questions you may have and ‘hands on’ skills to meet AHA compliance.