Mid-Florida CPR - AHA Classes
An American Heart Association Training Site
Mid-Florida CPR is a small local business that teaches the following AHA classes: BLS CPR, ACLS, PALS, First Aid, and Instructor classes. We are located in the Longwood/Lake Mary area of Central Florida. We have a permanent office location (we don’t teach out of a home or hotel!). As an authorized American Heart Association Training Site, we issue official certifications the same day of class! We believe students learn best in a stress-free environment so that is how we conduct all our classes! Click on the class type below to see all options available to obtain your certification for any of our AHA BLS CPR, ACLS, PALS, First Aid, or Instructor classes!
The AHA Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR class is typically taken by healthcare professionals (such as nurses, physicians, EMT/Paramedics, PT, OT, PA, pharmacists, RT, dentists, & students in any of these professions). However, this course is open to anyone ages 16 and older that needs a CPR certification!
This AHA Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) class is an advanced course for healthcare providers working in adult critical area areas. This course covers recognition and management of cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, acute coronary syndrome, stroke, cardiac rhythms, and pharmacology, as well as effective communication as a team member and leader of a resuscitation attempt.
This AHA Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) class is an advanced course for healthcare providers working in pediatric critical area areas. This course covers the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate and care for the pediatric population during emergencies & highlights the importance of team dynamics and communication, systems of care, airway management and immediate post-cardiac-arrest care.
The AHA Heartsaver First Aid class is for anyone that needs a First Aid certification. Additionally, there is an option to combine your First Aid class with the BLS class. This course covers responding and managing medical emergencies as well as techniques such as using an epinephrine pen, bandaging, taking gloves on and off, and bleeding control.