Basic Life Support Training


The Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS) course is to ensure that individuals with a duty to respond (public safety professionals and healthcare providers) have the requisite knowledge and skills to care for patients who are experiencing respiratory arrest, cardiac arrest, or airway obstruction.


Knowledge and Skills

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Team Dynamics

Certification Assessment


Certification is issued electronically and good for two years after the date of issuance. Class participants automatically receive digital certifications within 3-5 business days of course completion.  Upon request, employers may receive a copy of all certifications for class participants.


Who has a duty to act in emergencies?


A duty to act, rescue or defend someone exists if the person in danger and the rescuer or defender have a certain type of relationship toward one another.


Health Care Workers


Transportation Carriers


Business Owners

Legal Guardians & Custodians






To speak with an OnSite CPR team member directly, please call:  254-495-4692.