In an ever-evolving world, traditional healthcare education models may no longer be the most effective. Deeply rooted in the latest science, the American Heart Association’s (AHA) HeartCode Complete programs offer a flexible and efficient way to conduct resuscitation training. Self-paced eLearning is combined with self-directed hands-on skills training to help learners acquire and demonstrate life-saving skills.

Note:  Students that successfully complete the BLS HeartCode Complete course receive the exact same card as those that complete the traditional classroom course.

How it Works

  1. Register for the HeartCode Complete Course with Madison Memorial Hospital Education.  Once we receive your registration we will build you into this special American Heart Association program.  You will recieve an email notifying you once that has been built and it will contain other useful information.
  2. Complete the online course: Log onto the RQI 1Stop program and complete the cognitiveportion of the blended learning course.  This adaptive learning online course is estimated to take 1-2 hours.
  3. Once the “eLearning” portion of the HeartCode® course has been completed, you will schedule a session for the “hands on practice and testing” using our specialized self-directed Simulation Station and our voice-assisted-manikin (VAM).
  4. Complete your SELF-GUIDED skill pass off using our special “voice assisted manikin” station.  It is estimated to take less than 30 minutes to complete the hands on session.  Same day appointments are typically available.

Training with VAMs provides students with real-time, objective audio feedback on their performance, adding a new level of realism and precision to CPR training. 

Please allow 24-48 hours to receive your course link email.

This course is non-refundable.

Students must complete the cognitive and hands on session within 90 days of course purchase.

The actual time & date of your skill session will be booked ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED the included online course. Same Day appointments are typically available.