September is the last month for AHA May Expirations to take Renewal Classes!

We are here to help!

If you are due now and don’t find a class that meets your schedule, or one that would work for you is full, please email us at to see if we may assist you. Our calendar is updated weekly with new and expanded classes, so check back here periodically if you are planning a couple of months ahead of time.

Important Notes 7/9/2020:

  • You will need to show your expired/expiring AHA card for all renewal classes.
  • First-time students/providers or those who lapsed prior to March 2020 will need to take the full provider classes, not renewals.
  • The American Heart Association provided 120-day extensions for BLS/ACLS/PALS cards that expired March-June 2020. If yours fell within that timeframe, you can either use up to the 120 days or enroll on a first come, first served basis now. We advise that you not wait too long into your 120 days.
  • Ardent employees with July AHA expirations were given an in-house extension of 120 days, but we ask that you enroll well before and understand your manager may require an earlier date.
  • All expirations from August forward will be expected to renew in their originally assigned months.


  • BLS - Renewal
  • Quality HCAHPS
    Patient Experience (PX) Simulation Lab
  • Open Heart
  • Preceptor
  • Intermediate FHMPP
  • ABLS
  • 12-Lead ECG Interpretation
  • TNCC Provider
  • Moderate Sedation
  • NRP
  • ENPC Provider
  • Diabetes Update
  • ACLS BLS Renewal
  • BLS - Full Course
  • CRRT
  • Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmias
  • Chemotherapy & Biotherapy
  • Advanced FHMPP
  • PALS Provider Renewal
    PALS Renewal
  • ACLS Full Provider
  • CPR for Family and Friends
  • Heartsaver
  • Heartsaver CPR & AED
    Heartsaver CPR & AED
  • PALS Full Provider