BLS Basic Life Support

Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS)

Basic Life Support (BLS) is a key course for healthcare workers who give CPR, use AEDs, and handle choking incidents. Completing this training gets you an American Heart Association (AHA) certificate, valid for two years, and earns you 11 CPD points.

Targeted towards a diverse range of medical professionals, including but not limited to Medical Professionals, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Doctors, Paramedics, Nurses, Midwives, Advanced Life Support Practitioners, Personal Care Givers, Lifeguards, Police Officers, and Firefighters, the BLS course serves as a must have for advanced courses such as ACLS® and PALS®.

BLS, also known as Basic Life Support, serves as the cornerstone of life-saving techniques. It equips healthcare providers and trained first responders with the necessary skills to deliver critical care in various healthcare settings or as part of a healthcare training program. The curriculum of BLS encompasses a wide array of pre-hospital and in-hospital life-saving interventions, aligning with international guidelines and recommendations for CPR and Choking incidents involving individuals of all age groups.

Medical professionals from diverse specialties, including Doctors, Dentists, Physiotherapists, Nurses, Paramedics, Occupational Therapists, Pharmacists, Radiographers, Clinical Technologists, Midwives, Optometrists, and other allied health personnel, stand to benefit significantly from BLS training. Additionally, public safety officials and first-responders such as Lifeguards, Police Officers, and Firefighters can enhance their emergency response skills through this essential course.

Basic Life Support (BLS) training equips healthcare providers and first responders with vital life-saving skills crucial for responding to emergencies in the community. These essential skills, including CPR and AED use, play a pivotal role in improving survival rates during critical situations.


Jul 10 2024


09:00 - 15:00


101 York Centre, Cnr York & CJ Langenhoven Street, George, Western Cape