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For questions about courses, school partnerships, group or one-on-one training, contact us anytime.

Phone: (845) 475-9742
Email: whennessy@health-quest.org

Private training is available for select American Heart Association courses.

If your schedule does not permit you to take the courses on the dates we offer, we can teach you on an individual basis.

One-on-One Training

We offer private, one-on-one training sessions at either your location or ours for the following American Heart Association Courses: Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers, Heartsaver CPR AED, Heartsaver First Aid, Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED and Pediatric First Aid CPR AED. For ACLS or PALS courses, since the curriculum is based on team dynamics, we can hold private classes for groups of 3 or more.

The cost for a private one-on-one session ranges from $150–$200 depending on the course. You must make an appointment for private sessions. Please call (845) 475-9742 or email whennessy@health-quest.org to schedule your training session.

Blended, Online Training

We offer blended training that combines online learning with instructor-based skills practice and testing for American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) for the Healthcare Provider & Heartsaver Courses. The classroom and book work is completed online (Part 1) and the skills practice (Part 2) and testing (Part 3) is completed in person with an instructor at our location. Skills and testing schedules are available a few times per month on select days. BLS and Heartsaver blended training costs $75 for the online course access, skills and testing package. This training option is best for those renewing certifications.

We currently do not offer online training for ACLS or PALS since the curriculum is based on team dynamics, but we can hold blended training for groups of 3 or more. Prices vary depending on the curriculum.

If you have never been certified or it has been many years since you were last certified, traditional classroom training would be beneficial since it allows the most hands-on practice and the best content review to ensure you pass testing.

Please be cautious of fully online certifications, as many employers will not accept them. Most employers and schools require an instructor to verify your skills and many will require them to be through a specific certifying body like the American Heart Association, Red Cross or Emergency Care and Safety Institute. Please check with your employer or educational institution to ensure your certification will be accepted before registering for any online courses.