I Registered for the Wrong CPR Class. What Should I Do Now?

I signed up for the Heartsaver CPR Class and need the BLS Class. 

If you are in the medical or healthcare field, you must take the American Heart Association BLS for the Healthcare Provider course. On our website, before you register for the Heatsaver CPR class, there is a message that states: Do not register for this class if you are in medical or healthcare field. Also in the body of the description, it states that the Heartsaver CPR class is not for medical or healthcare professionals. If this is not clear, please let me know since I make the changes on the website. However, I understand that some people just see CPR and are in hurry and do not read through the description. Some students ask us if they can just receive the BLS card. We cannot do that, since we would lose our license to teach CPR classes. However, if you have taken the Heartsaver CPR class with us by accident and need the BLS class instead, you can register for one of our upcoming BLS classes and bring in your Heartsaver CPR card. And instead of paying $80, you can pay half price: $40. You can take advantage of this deal within 3 months of registering for the wrong class.

I signed up for the Heartsaver CPR & First class and I need the Pediatric CPR & First-aid course since I work in a child care center and need the EMSA approved certification card. 

Before you register for the Heartsaver CPR & First-aid class, it states that you should not register for the class if you are in the childcare field. EMSA has very strict rules that child care providers must take the EMSA approved Pediatric CPR and First-aid class which is 8 hours long. Please let me know if the website description is not clear so I can fix it. You can register for the Pediatric CPR and First-aid class and bring in your Heartsaver CPR and First-aid card and pay half price ($70 instead of $140.). This offer is valid for within 3 months after registering for the wrong class.

Call us if you have any questions: 415-437-1600.

Thanks, Charles