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HeartCode BLS

Blended Learning for Resuscitation Training

Streamline Resuscitation

Conducting effective resuscitation training for busy healthcare providers can be a challenge. Time, resources, cost, and quality are all important factors. HeartCode blended learning from the American Heart Association and Laerdal delivers high-quality resuscitation training through a more flexible delivery method.

The Blended Learning method gives providers and administrators more control of their time, schedules, and resources. By combining comprehensive online learning with hands-on skills practice and testing, HeartCode delivers consistent, high-quality BLS training across a healthcare organization at a pace that is right for every individual.

What's New with the 2020 Guidelines?

  • Consistent learning objectives across programs​
  • Adaptive learning experience with HeartCode BLS, ACLS and PALS. The learning experience is based on existing skills and knowledge.
  • All content was prepared by the AHA and organized for an adaptive algorithm​
  • All content is aligned to the learning objectives of the current HeartCode courses​
  • All content will reflect the new 2020 science guidelines​
  • Responsive design ensures compatibility on mobile devices and tablets​
  • All curricula is contextualized for the in-hospital or pre-hospital learner​
  • Streamlined Cognitive Assessment Activity cases are replacing eSimulations  ​
  • All curricula is web-accessible through inclusive design (WCAG 2.1 AA)​
  • Ease of use for more learners – works on all common browsers, no more Flash​
  • English, Spanish and other languages are now supported


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