Skills Test Checkoff for Online AHA BLS and Online AHA ACLS
St. Louis, MO
If you completed an online AHA BLS class or online AHA ACLS class, you still need an in-person skills test in order to receive your AHA provider card.
Where in St. Louis, Missouri can you go to schedule an ACLS or BLS Skills Test after online completion of part 1?
Go here to schedule an
AHA BLS or ACLS Skills Test in St. Louis, MO.
If you have not yet completed the online part of an ACLS or BLS course, we recommend that you take the entire class in-person. In-person basic life support and advanced cardiac life support classes are more likely to be AHA approved. In addition, the hands on approach also provides better training vs. online simulations.
Go here to schedule an in-person
BLS or ACLS class in St. Louis, MO
WARNING: Most Online BLS and Online ACLS classes are not AHA approved. Be very careful to make sure that any online course you take is approved by the American Heart Association (AHA) or your employer will not accept it. Also, even after you take an AHA approved class, you still need to complete an in-person skills test.