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Healthcare BLS

Free online BLS training allows healthcare workers like you to get CPR certified on the go, from any device. Only pay at the end if you're satisfied!

This Course Includes:

  • Follows AHA guidelines
  • 4.0 CME/CE credits
  • Certification card available to purchase for $59.95
  • 24/7 on-demand video
  • Access on mobile
  • Weekly refresher video
  • Expiration reminder
  • Student manual

Course Details

Video Playtime

3 hours and 6 minutes


English and Español


Roy Shaw


English and Español

ProCPR at a Glance

Training Videos are Free, Certificate is Just $59.95

The ProCPR course is a BLS course designed for healthcare professionals. This course includes CPR, AED, and healthcare provider specific skills like bag valve mask and 2-rescuer CPR.

The curriculum for this course was based on the latest American Heart Association and ECC/ILCOR guidelines for CPR & BLS. The author of the course, Roy Shaw, is a licensed paramedic and professional CPR instructor. Roy will be your instructor if you choose to take the online course.

The ProCPR curriculum has been submitted to and approved by hundreds of state and national boards and third party accrediting organizations since 2005.

ProCPR is different from the typical CPR course you're probably accustomed to taking. We believe that high quality CPR training is something everyone should be able to access, for free. So, rather than paying simply to learn CPR, the payment is at the very end, only for those who need a certification card for work. We also believe that the problem with CPR isn't that everyone is doing CPR incorrectly. The bigger problem is that people aren't doing CPR at all. That's why we start with the "why." Why are people afraid to rescue? What happens when CPR doesn't work? These are just a few of the parts of the training that will make even the most seasoned healthcare professional walk away from the course learning something new or thinking about CPR differently.

ProCPR is available in three different formats:

  1. Online - Online CPR training is the most convenient way to learn and is great for people without a requirement to have a hands-on evaluation. The online training begins with instructor-led videos where you're in the front row of the class observing skills performed close-up with practice questions for comprehension and to get you ready for the final test. After the training, now it's time to test your knowledge. You'll be presented with a randomized, adaptive multiple-choice test to make sure you're ready to act in an emergency. If you make a mistake, you'll receive instant remediation by text and the opportunity at the end of the test to review videos that cover the areas where you struggled. Learning CPR isn't about getting an 80% on a test. It's about knowing what to do when it matters most!

  2. Blended - Blended CPR training takes advantage of the efficiency of online training, but adds a hands-on component to meet compliance requirements. The short hands-on evaluation can be done either in-person with an instructor or online over webcam.

  3. Classroom - Classroom CPR training, like blended training, is more likely to be accepted by state boards and employers who require a hands-on evaluation. ProTrainings has a growing network of instructors around the country. Give us a call for help finding an open class or booking an instructor to teach at your company.

Nationally Accepted CPR Wallet Cards

ProCPR Certificates are recognized and accepted across the country. Your PDF card is available to print immediately after you pass your test so you can go back to work in the morning. You will also receive a free professionally printed card by mail in 5-7 business days.
Healthcare BLS Card Front
Healthcare BLS Card Back

Frequently Asked Questions

Which occupations use this course?

The Healthcare BLS Course is perfect for:

  • Physicians
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Nurses
  • EMTs
  • Paramedics
  • Firefighters
  • Lifeguards
  • Physical Therapists
  • Respiratory Therapists
  • X-Ray Technologists
  • Pharmacists
  • Dentists
  • Personal Trainers
  • Other Health Care Professionals

Is this CPR certification approved by the American Heart Association?

The American Heart does not review or approve third party CPR courses (we're their competition). However, ProCPR does adhere to the latest AHA and ECC/ILCOR guidelines, has been deemed to be an equivalent course by numerous state departments, and is accepted by over 99% of employers nationwide.

Can I use ProCPR for my job?

Probably, but we recommend checking with your employer first to be sure. We have written an introduction letter you can download and send to your employer to help explain our course and its acceptance.

How many tries do I get to pass the CPR test?

After watching the training videos, you should do just fine on the test. That said, you may retake the CPR test as many times as you need to pass it at no additional cost. The test questions change each time, making no two tests identical.