Due to these uncertain times the best and safest way to get your First Aid CPR/AED certification is through American Red Cross Blended program.
WHAT IS BLENDED LEARNING?
Blended CPR certification training classes are ideal for people or organizations who want to maximize their productivity while fitting in classes around their own schedules. It provides a combination of online learning and in-person skills with content that is equivalent to the instruction you would receive in a traditional CPR class. Blended Learning programs provide a 2-year CPR certification upon completion of the 3-step program.
Flexible Training Solutions
This option provides greater convenience and efficiency for both individuals and employers because the online portion of the class is self-paced. This allows for classes to be completed around work and family schedules.
Employers are drawn to this method of training because ti can help them overcome scheduling conflicts and they can offer training to remote employers much easier.
For individuals taking this kind of program who are looking to be re-certified, Blended Learning offers the option to test out of content they already know and are familiar with. This is much more time efficient and lets the person focus more on areas where they may not be as comfortable, opposed to having to sit through the entire video series and online training material.
The Future of CPR Certification Training
Blended Learning and eLearning, both accredited by the American Red Cross, deliver the same content to all learners. Regardless of whether you take traditional courses or participate in a Blended program, the same information will be taught. The only difference is that pace at which it’s taught. Blended Learning and eLearning are more time-efficient and convenient ways to learn CPR skills and techniques.
This hybrid of online/hands-on learning is quickly becoming the preferred method to become certified by individuals and employers alike. The hybrid style accommodates a more diverse population because of the various teaching styles that are incorporated.
These types of courses are perfect for people who are getting CPR certified for the first time, or for those who need the hands-on skills for getting employed. Again, the flexibility is appealing to everyone because the course work can be completed at your own pace, around your busy schedules.
There are 3 parts to a Blended Learning Program: Online Blended CPR Certification Training, the written exam (if healthcare Provider Course), and the hands-on evaluation portion.
The training and written examination can be completed online at your own pace and at your own convenience, and then get your skills evaluated by an ARC registered or certified CPR instructor.
The hands-on practical must be completed in person, using a manikin or real life scenario. Your CPR technique and skill will be evaluated by a certified instructor, only after you have successfully completed all three parts, will you be awarded with a CPR certification.