Certified. Recommended.
Essential.

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada Certified Instruction • Experienced, Hands-On Instructors • Peer Reviewed and Recommended

We deliver BLS-HCP in Vancouver and Throughout BC!

heart-and-stroke-bg

VITAL SKILLS FOR ANY HEALTHCARE PRO.blue_large

If you plan to do ACLS or PALS, you’ll need the certified BLS-HCP Course from the Heart and Stoke Foundation.

  • You’ll learn it AND keep the skills.
  • Scenarios and examples that fit you and your role.
  • Understand the ‘why’ behind these vital skills.
  • Learning strategies to support rapid recognition of and effective response to cardiovascular emergencies.
  • The SkillSTAT Guarantee: If you leave any of our courses feeling like you want to reinforce your knowledge further, for any reason, we welcome to you repeat the same course for free within 45 days of your original course completion date! (By the way, our instructors are so good, it’s rare someone take us up on it!)
  • What students are saying

    “Both instructors were extremely knowledgeable and able to teach to a broad range of medical professionals. Thanks for a great course!”

    -Vancouver

UPCOMING BLS COURSES!

  • BLS-HCP

    The BLS for Healthcare Provider (C) course skills taught are 1- and 2-rescuer adult, child and infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), choking, automated external defibrillator (AED) training and the use of... Learn More
×
  Six Second ECG Intensive Six Second ECG Mastery 12 Lead ECG & ACS 12 Lead Advanced
Prerequisite

None

None

Any Six Second ECG Course

12 Lead ECG & ACS

Time Frame

8 hours 1-day Course

20 hours 3-day Course

8 hours 1-day Course

8 hours 1-day Course

Tuition

$275

$675

$275

$275

Completion Card
Exam and Certification
SkillStat 2U-able
Reference materials included
Dynamic ECG rhythm interpretation
Static ECG rhythm interpretation
Clinical Impact Mapping
Acute Coronary Syndromes Overview
Acute Coronary Syndromes In-Depth
ST Segment & T Wave Differential
Identify Bundle Branch Blocks
15 | 18 Lead View Mapping
Electrical Axis
R Wave Progression
Left Bundle Branch Blocks with ACS
Atypical Findings
Acute Non-Ischemic Disease Conditions
Special Cases

•-included;     ○-reviewed
×