Larry Rowe

828-515-1CPR call/text

larry@ashevilleheartcpr.com

ashevilleheartcpr.com



Frequently Asked Questions

  • ​Q. Are all classes American Heart Association (AHA) certified?
  • ​A. Yes all courses offered are American Heart Association certified.
  • ​Q. When will I get my American Heart Association completion card?
  • ​A. You will receive your card at the end of class upon successful completion, an E-card sent to your registered email address (see sample pic above).
  • ​Q. What are AHA E-cards and how do they work?
  • ​A. E-cards work the same as the old traditional AHA certification cards, only better. After course completion, you will be sent a link from your AHA instructor to claim your E-card. After claiming your E-card, the AHA will auto-prompt you to create a basic student profile, with an active AHA student profile you will never have to go digging for your card again. There are is a unique code assigned to every E-card that verifies a student's active status in each certification they have received from the American Heart Association. There is also a QR scanner assigned  to your E-card that anyone with a smart phone can verify your AHA certification. You will be given the option to print your E-card as physical proof. ​"Per American Heart Association, Paper cards will no longer be issued after January 2018".
  • ​Q. How do you verify your AHA E-card (mainly for employers) 
  • ​A. Several ways; 1.) visit ECARD Search and enter your information. 2.) Use the QR scanner from any smart phone and it will auto-verify. 3.) Contact the Training site the class took place and any instructor can help you pull up your information. 
  • ​Q.Are there discounts available?
  • ​A. Yes we offer group rates for parties of 4 or more.
  • ​Q. What do I need to take the Heartsaver CPR classes?
  • ​A. A good Attitude, some coffee, and a willingness to help someone in crisis (no prerequisites).
  • ​Q. What do I need to take the Basic Life Support (BLS) class?
  • ​A. Each student must have the current (AHA) student BLS provider manual or E-book brought to class, no other prerequisites.
  • ​Q. What do I need to take the Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) class?
  • ​A. Each student must have the current (AHA) student ACLS provider manual or E-book brought to class along with a printed copy of their self-assessment online pre-test showing their full name and a score of 70% or greater and a current unexpired (AHA) BLS Provider card (copy is fine).
  • ​Q. What do I need to take the Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) class?
  • ​A. Each student must have the current (AHA) student PALS provider manual or E-book brought to class along with a printed copy of their self-assessment online pre-test showing their full name and a score of 70% or greater and a current unexpired (AHA) BLS Provider card (copy is fine).
  • ​Q. How do I register and pay for class?
  • ​A. Click on the registration link and you will be re-directed to a drop down list of courses, select the class you wish to take and follow the auto-prompts to sign up, register, and pay.
  • ​Q. How do I replace my card if I lose it (non E-card holders)?
  • ​A. If you have the traditional printed card (non-Ecard). You have to replace the card through the training site/center you were certified by. Replacement cards through Asheville Heart CPR are $20.00 and may take up to 10-14 business days to receive. E-cards will be replacing traditional printed AHA e-cards by 2018.
  • ​Q. Where Do I get the student manual for class?
  • ​A. You can purchase the e-book manuals directly through the AHA website. (click on the link below to be directed to each e-book link) or purchase the printed manuals through a licensed AHA supplier (click on the manuals link to be redirected to each licensed AHA supplier). However, most healthcare employers have a copy of the printed manuals with their education departments.

​Have questions about what type of training you need?