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Basic Life Support - Blended

Nursing Students

Titan Health and Safety provides discounted Heart & Stroke Basic Life Support courses to students in Alberta Colleges and University Nursing programs.

Most nursing students are required to take a Heart & Stroke Foundation Basic Life Support course. Nursing students will need their BLS certificate before beginning any practicums.

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Basic Life Support (BLS) is the foundational course for healthcare professionals and trained first responders who provide care to patients in a wide variety of in-facility and prehospital settings.

BLS is the cornerstone program for healthcare professionals. As the gold standard, Heart & Stroke’s BLS training courses teach the theoretical and hands-on skills needed to respond to medical emergencies and drives the best possible patient outcomes.

Course Content
  • Chain of Survival 
  • 1-rescuer / 2-rescuer CPR 
  • High-quality chest compressions with a feedback device 
  • Multi-rescuer team CPR 
  • Adult, Child and Infant CPR and relief of choking 
  • Use of an AED 
  • Effective ventilations using a barrier device and bag-mask device 
  • Opioid-associated life-threatening emergencies 
  • Role of the CPR coach; Maternal cardiac arrest; Anaphylaxis; Drowning; Heart attack and stroke; and Other life-threatening emergencies 

Part 1: Online Learning *

  • Complete any time! Day or night. 
  • Complete at your pace! Save your progress and return. 
  • After registering, you will get a link within 1 business day. 
  • If you register on a weekend, you will get the link on Monday (or following business day). 
  • Schedule your classroom learning within 45 days to complete the course. 

Part 2: Classroom Learning

  • Finish Part 1 first 
  • Attend Part 2 within 90 days of completing Part 1 
  • Learn practical, hands-on skills 
  • Complete the course to get your 1-year certificate 

Course Cost

  • Full Course (certification) – $95.00 
  • Renewal – $70.00

Course Length

Full Course:
  • 2 hours online 
  • 2 hours classroom 
  • 90 minutes online 
  • 90 minutes classroom 


Valid for 1 year