For Classes Taught Daily (ACLS or PALS provider Initial Certification or Refresher (FULL CLASS WITH SKILLS) and Skills Classes (ACLS, PALS, or CPR)
1) Pick the date you'd like to take the class on the appropriate class calendar, below. Scroll to bottom of page on mobile devices or flip your phone sideways for better view.
2) Click on that class and sign up to reserve your spot.
3) You will receive a confirmation email once you have successfully signed up. Check your spam folder if you do not see the email in your inbox. You are now scheduled for the class and your spot is reserved! WE NEVER CANCEL A CLASS. ( SOME CLASSES ARE OPERATED INDEPENDENTLY BY INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS)
How long are the classes?
PALS Initial Certifications both take 2 days to complete.
You may stay longer and complete the class in 1 day or come back for a 2nd day.
You can pick what day for you for your 2nd day the same day of class if you can not complete it on the first day.
PALS Refresher both take about 6 hours to complete because we run very small classes. Classes are completed in 1 day.
When signing up pick 1 day only and after your class pick the 2nd day IF you need it. We run very small classes and students are able to understand the material much faster!
TO ADD CPR TO ACLS OR PALS JUST TELL US THE DAY OF CLASS. If you lost your BLS card or need BLS you can still take PALS. the cash price is $60.
YOU MUST HAVE A 2015 AHA BOOK THE DAY OF CLASS NO EXCEPTIONS.
(THIS IS AHA'S RULES NOT OURS! All Training Centers have to follow these rules)
Click here for the AHA Ebook.
(Ebooks can be used anywhere and when they update the book they are cheaper to upgrade)
YOU CAN BUY THE DAY OF CLASS
For PALS yes. BLS NO! If there is an issue finishing/ accessing the pre test we can help you the day of class.
CLASSES TAUGHT DAILY:
$120 Cash only COMPLETE CLASS with skills or Skills only. You can also pay with your credit card for $155 using Venmo the day of class.
The American Heart Associations Pediatric Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support is an Instructor-led classroom course. The goals of the class include enabling students to:
Provide good communication in emergency events.
Provide systems of care and immediate post cardiac arrest care.
Provide proper airway management.
Ensure appropriate pharmacological treatment.
Function in group learning and testing stations in case-based scenarios.
Provide basic life support skills, including CPR and airway management with a bag mask device.
Provide management of other life medical emergencies such as ACS and stroke.
Provide Effective Resuscitation Team Dynamics.