CPR Certification Boston

AHA Training Site Boston

AHA BLS CPR Classes and
First Aid Training


CPR Certification Boston

AHA BLS CPR Classes and First Aid Training from an American Heart Association Training Site

AHA Training Site Boston


We guarantee that you will pass your AHA BLS CPR exam or you can come back to another class free of charge.
CPR Certification Card Same Day


After completing the CPR certification course we will issue your AHA BLS E-card on the same day as class
CPR Certification Class Guarantee


AHA BLS CPR is the most recognized and respected CPR Training. Your AHA BLS CPR E-Card is guaranteed to be accepted by your employer.

Let’s Book Your CPR Training

We offer CPR classes in Boston and Also Renew BLS CPR Certifications every week. We also offer come to you onsite CPR Training for groups and businesses of all types.

AHA BLS CPR Class Signup

The AHA BLS CPR Class, formerly known as BLS For Healthcare Provider, is a comprehensive CPR Certification Course that will teach you to do hands-on in-person quality CPR and how to use an Automated External Defibrillator in an emergency situation.

This course is suitable for all professions and meets or exceeds most employer requirements.

AHA BLS CPR + First Aid Signup

The combination of AHA BLS CPR Class paired with the supplemental CPR Certification Boston First Aid Training is a popular option for people looking to get some additional information to go along with their CPR Training.  At the end of the combination class you will be issued an AHA BLS CPR E Card and you will receive a CPR Certification Boston First Aid Card

Where We Teach CPR

Take an American Heart Association CPR Class in Boston with an official AHA Instructor. Get hands-on and in-person quality CPR training that is OSHA and employer approved! Simply choose a convenient date from the calendar.

  • CPR Certification Boston
  • 399 Boylston St Boston, MA 02116 and
  • 1452 Dorchester Ave 4th fl, Dorchester, MA 02122
  • (857) 376-4646

Why take CPR and First Aid Courses?

  • 475,000 people die from cardiac arrest in the USA every year
  • 80% of cardiac arrest cases happen at home
  • The majority of heart event victims seem to be in good health
  • You may be in a situation where you’ll need to provide CPR until help arrives
  • Many jobs like child & health care require CPR certification