The blended learning model offered by the American Heart Association (AHA) allows you the opportunity to do the lecture portion as an online, self-paced course. Once you have successfully completed the online portion, you are able to schedule an appointment to do the live skills check off portion with a trained professional.

What Will I Learn?

The following topics will be taught in the course: illnesses and injuries, bleeding and bandaging, allergic reactions, how to use an epinephrine pen, asthma, drowning, bites and stings, burns, CPR AED choking, CPR & AED for children, CPR for infants, CPR and AED for adults. The skills testing portion will verify competency of the techniques learned in the online course.


Step 1: Online Portion

  • Register and complete the online course, Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED blended.
  • There is a $20 fee for the online portion of the course which will be paid directly to the American Heart Association.
  • In order to attend the skills test, you must bring your earned certificate of completion from the online course.

Step 2: Skills Portion

  • To register and pay for the skills portion ($35), click on the 'Register' button on this page.
  • After registration has been processed, you will receive an email with your designated check-in time.   
  • In order to adhere to CDC recommended guidelines, you will be scheduled in 15-minute intervals.

Walk Away With:

Students who successfully complete the Pediatric skills check-off test will be issued a Pediatric First Aid CPR AED certification via an e-card from the American Heart Association.

Who Should Attend?

This certification is open to the general public and is strongly encouraged for anyone working with or supervising children.