CPR Certification Online

CPR Certification Online

Thank You for choosing to learn more about the life saving skill and knowledge in CPR or Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation. CPR is an essential knowledge that everyone must have. We give you the information out free as it should be. If a job or work place needs to verify that you have gone through a class via certification we will provide that for a small fee. The most important thing is that you know what to do in the event of an emergency.

Please watch the videos at your own pace and when you are done if you would like to attain certification you can simply click here CPR First Aid Certification Sign Up or you can give us a call at 310-946-2533. Below the videos we have lecture outlines that you can look at on your phone or print up for your own personal reference. We also have the same PowerPoint slides that are used in the CPR certification class online and Red Cross books that you can use for a reference if you need further detail on a particular subject.


What, Why, When, and How to Do CPR ?

“How To Do CPR?”

“5 Fears of Rescue”

“CPR AED Video ( Adult / Child / Infant)”

“CPR First Aid Video”

“Basic Revision of the Cardiovascular System”

“The Heart and Circulatory System”

“What Do The Lungs Do?”

“How Does Asthma Work?”

“What Happens During a Stroke?”

“Understanding the Relationship between the Pancreas and Diabetes”

“Basic Revision of The Human Body”

CPR or Should we say HLB

What Does CPR Stand For and How to Remember it

Every two years we get students come to our class and one of the first question we ask them is, do you know what CPR stand for. They normally tell us they have been certified multiple times, but they rarely even know the acronym CPR actually stands for Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation.

These are big words that the average person who usually only speaks 400 words, rarely use. For this reason we have attempted to simplify things. Instead of thinking CPR, we suggest you think HLB or ( Heart, Lungs, Brain ).

You are pretty much speaking of the same thing, only saying it easier and in words you use on a daily basis and in words the average person can understand. Sure Doctors with over 10 years of medical training on a high level know what these words mean, but we teach and train many care givers, child care workers, and security guards that don’t need the extra burden of trying to remember long words in the time of an emergency where someone life is on the line.heart-lungs-brain

Lets break it down further:

C in CPR stands for Cardiovascular System –Which consists of your heart, various blood vessels, and even the blood itself.


P in CPR stands for Pulmonary or Respiratory System which consists of your lungs bringing in oxygen and dispelling of carbon dioxide.


R in CPR stands for Resuscitation, which in this case is referring to the fact that through continuous compressions on the heart and oxygen being put into the lungs this can flow oxygenated blood into the brain to

  1. Sustain the brain without occurring further damage on the level it would have without CPR.
  2. It could bring the brain back to life ( Revive the brain )
  3. It could at least give the person a last chance to see if CPR would have worked or not

In Conclusion if you want an easy way to actually remember the meaning of CPR just think HLB or

Heart / Lungs / Brain

These simple three words permeate throughout the entire 3 hour class, from trying to determine if the person needs CPR or not and even when trying to understand why the person needs CPR in the first place. CPR can be very interesting, if taught in words you can understand. Call us at 310-946-2533 to take a free CPR training class today!!

BLS Certification Los Angeles

What is BLS ?
BLS is an acronym that stands for Basic Life Support. Its in essence is the CPR card that is required for mostly those in the Healthcare field that have some type of medical license.

Is BLS the same as CPR?
The short answer is yes. BLS is a CPR course that is necessary for the healthcare field for their certification in the hospital and in medical institutions. Its a training on how to offer a team based resuscitation attempt to save someone using CPR while simultaneously using the bag mask device that delivers oxygen.

BLS Certification Los Angeles

Does it Come with First Aid?bls certification los angeles
No, it does not come with first aid, but first aid is not a requirement for anyone who needs BLS either, normally someone who needs CPR and First Aid is doing some other job outside of the medical field like Care-giving, security or even child care.

So if I need CPR BLS Certification and First Aid is there a separate fee?
Actually Yes that would require an extra fee because you will be getting issued 2 different CPR certification cards, one will be BLS for Healthcare Providers and another one will be CPR /First Aid. But We do offer a $75.00 special if you need both certifications and you would like to take them both at the same time.

When Do You Offer Classes ?

We offer classes every Monday Wednesday and Friday at 5:30 pm and Saturday Mornings at 10 am click here for more information

You can actually sign up by clicking here

**Note after filling out he form below you will be prompted to pay to reserve your seat in the class**

After taking a class you will receive an e Card this e Card is different from the normal CPR BLS certification Los Angeles, this is an electronic version of the card that will be emailed to you at the completion of the class. This email can simply be forwarded  to your HR department at your job as your job. You can then print the card yourself but we can print the card for you for an extra fee of $5.00 we will also laminate the card.


BLS Certification Inglewood

As you can see in the video above there are 2 people performing CPR at the same time, one person is using the bag  mask device delivering oxygen to the lungs, while the other is doing compressions with 2 hands flowing oxygenated blood to the heart.  This in essence is the difference between BLS certification and just regular CPR & First Aid.

For the most part people taking CPR and first aid  are going to be people like:


CPR Certification Los Angeles

These people above as you can see are not in the medical field, so if anything happens their bread and butter is going to be offering first aid services to prevent the need of CPR which actually is dealing with a life or death emergency, CPR is really a serious topic to deal with.

These are all good questions and we are writing this blog post because we get them all the time. We understand it could be a bit confusing, our motto is no question is a bad question. For any further questions or concerns please feel free to give us a call at 310-946-2533.


Who Needs CPR Certification?

Hospitals require medical personal to be CPR certified.

Medical personnel like doctors, nurses and laboratory technicians may be required to perform CPR in the course of their duties. Human resource personnel, secretaries, maintenance personnel and other non medical employees would seldom need the skills but may be required to have CPR skills. (BLS) for the Health Care Provider Care Giver
Medical personnel must maintain advanced CPR skills, which includes the use of basic equipment and how to do two-man CPR. Non medical personnel could maintain CPR certification at a basic level. AED instruction may be required as a part of the CPR certification process.
Law Enforcement and Firefighters (BLS)

Police, sheriffs, firefighters, emergency medical technicians (EMT) and first responders must maintain CPR certification. EMT’s and first responders need advanced CPR skills. Basic skills may be sufficient for law enforcement and regular firefighters. (Heartsaver w First Aid) and or (BLS)

Medical and Dental Offices (BLS)

Nursing Students, Nurses, Certified Nurse Assistant – CNA’s,
CNA Students (BLS)

Personal Trainer – Fitness Trainer (Heartsaver)

Like hospitals, all medical personnel in a doctor’s office must know how to perform advanced CPR. Office personnel, while less likely to perform CPR, may be still be required to maintain a basic CPR certification. Most offices will likely have an AED on premise, and employees must know how to use it. (BLS)

Dentists and dental assistants are required to know and maintain CPR certification. While dental offices may seldom have a need for CPR skills, some dental procedures could cause a patient to experience a cardiac arrest. Dental office staff may not be required to maintain CPR skills. (BLS)

Flight attendants may need to respond to a medical emergency while in the air. The flight attendant cannot guarantee there will be trained medical professionals on board to respond, so the flight attendants must maintain CPR and first aid skills. AED’s are common equipment in airports and on planes, and flight attendants are required to know how to use one. (Heartsaver w First Aid)

Jail and prison personnel are often required to maintain CPR certification. In the event of an emergency, medical staff may not be immediately available, and guards or other staff may need to respond until medical support arrives. (Heartsaver w First Aid)

Schools, most states require public school teachers and day care workers to maintain CPR certification. If a student or teacher is injured, a teacher can respond to the emergency until medical assistance arrives. (Heartsaver w First Aid)

Pools and Beaches Lifeguards must maintain CPR skills. Drowning victims may require CPR, and a lifeguard with CPR skills can respond appropriately to the emergency. (Heartsaver w First Aid)

Baby Sitting – Babysetters – Nannies (Heartsaver w First Aid)
see Pediatric CPR

Still Not Sure, Please Call: (310) 946-2533