Our Training Programs
Survival Group is proud to offer training programs from nationally recognized organizations.

American Heart Association

The AHA is the leader in resuscitation science, education, and training, and publisher of the official Guidelines for CPR and ECC.  Millions of healthcare providers and others trust the AHA for their lifesaving training.

Basic and Advanced Life Support programs from AHA  represent the latest resuscitation science for improved patient outcomes.  Realistic scenarios, simulations, and animations depicting rescuers, teams, and patients help students learn through application.  Course content is  flexible for AHA Instructors and students, including adaptability to local protocols.

American Safety & Health Institute

ASHI training programs provide flexible, innovative emergency care training and certification solutions for individuals, businesses and communities.  From CPR, AED and first aid to bloodborne pathogens to adult and pediatric advanced life support, our library of programs has something for every audience. 

ASHI programs provide a flexible, innovative emergency care training and certification solutions for individuals, businesses and communities. From CPR, AED and first aid to bloodborne pathogens to adult and pediatric advanced life support, our library of programs has something for every audience.

American Red Cross

Survival Group added the American Red Cross training programs to our catalog in 2019.   We added them because the ARC has released their version of Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life support and we thought it benificial to our customers if we offer those options. 

Learn more about all of our comprehensive courses, with online, blended simulation learning, and in-person options, as well as all of the latest learning tools and resources available in the United States today.

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The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS, ACLS, and PALS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association, and any fees charged for such a course do not represent income to the Association.