Resuscitation Programs offered at TBA

Resuscitation Programs offered at TBA

  • ASHI CPR and AED for the Community and Workplace
  • ASHI CPR PRO for the Professional Rescuer/Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS)
  • AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers (only with special arrangements)

A company’s participation in TBA’s Community CPR Program is arranged by our blood drive consultants. 

Please contact your current representative or call 904-353-8263 and ask for a blood drive consultant.

Here is the link to enroll in a TBA Resuscitation Course (for approved company employees):

  • CPR class dates are set on regular days of the week, and are held at TBA’s Deerwood location.
  • A class typically has 10 available seats, and requires at least 3 students or it will be rescheduled.
  • Special arrangements can be made to host a class at your site, for classes of 10 or more or for healthcare professionals requiring AHA certification due to Florida statutes.


American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) resuscitation training programs are developed by the Health and Safety Institute (HSI). HSI is a large privately held emergency care and response training organization, joining together the training programs of ASHI, MEDIC First Aid, 24-7 EMS, 24-7 Fire, First Safety Institute, GotoAID, and EMP Canada.  

ASHI resuscitation programs are current, evidence-based, and peer-reviewed.

  • ASHI resuscitation training programs conform to the ILCOR 2010 Consensus on Science and the 2010 American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science.
  • An ASHI representative participated in the International Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) 2005 and 2010 International Conference on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science with Treatment Recommendations, hosted by the AHA.  
  • An ASHI representative was a volunteer member of the AHA and American Red Cross 2005National and 2010 International First Aid Science Advisory Board and were contributors to the 2005 and 2010Consensus on First Aid Science and Treatment Recommendations.
  • ASHI resuscitation programs are approved by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS). CECBEMS is the national accrediting body for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) continuing education courses and course providers. CECBEMS accreditation requires an evidence-based peer-review process for continuing education programs comparable to all healthcare accreditors. HSI is a nationally accredited by CECBEMS.
  • ASHI resuscitation programs meet the standards of the Joint Commission, are accepted as equivalent to the AHA by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and the United States Coast Guard Health Services Program, among many others (letters on file). 
  • On whole, ASHI training programs are currently endorsed, accepted, approved, or meet the requirements of more than 1300state and provincial regulatory agencies, occupational licensing boards, national associations, commissions, and councils.

TBA-ASHI resuscitation programs are taught by qualified instructors affiliated with an approved Training Center and are authorized to certify course participants 

  • Certification of participants requires successful completion of a written exam and instructor evaluation of hands-on skills to verify skill competency.
  • TBA-ASHI Training Center Authorized Instructors agree to the terms of approval and authorization as published in the most recent version of HSI’s Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance.

If you have questions please contact Jeff Geloneck, TBA-ASHI Training Center Director at