The Office of Student Affairs offers Basic Life Support (BLS) certification for CU alumni, faculty, staff, students, and unaffiliated community members. This is a 4-hour traditional classroom course where BLS is taught and demonstrated. Participants learn to recognize life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, and use an AED.
You don't need to be a healthcare provider to participate. The BLS course provides a two-year certification through the American Heart Association.Participants will receive the BLS Provider Manual at the beginning of class. The course will be held in the Education 2 North Building, #3108. The class will start promptly at 5pm so we suggest getting there early or you may not be permitted into the class. Typically, renewal classes are 2-3 hours long and initial classes are 3-4 hours long.
Visitors are encouraged to park in the Ignacio or Georgetown lots. A parking map can be found in the confirmation email after registering for the course.
You are able to take one of two classes.
1. If you don't have a valid AHA BLS provider certification card you will register below for the Initial class.
2. If you already have taken a AHA BLS Provider certification card and/or if it has expired in the last 60 days, you will register below for a Renewal classes.
|Date||Type of Class|
|Thurs April 6||Renewal|
|Thurs April 13||Initial|
|Thurs April 20||Renewal|
Rocky Mountain CPR is offering BLS courses at their Yosemite location. Visit rockymountaincpr.com for more details.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or 303-724-4435.