Are your CPR/BLS, ACLS and PALS courses authorized by the AHA for health care providers?
Yes, we are an authorized provider of CPR/BLS, ACLS and PALS courses by the American Heart Association.
Is the NRP course approved by the American Academy of Pediatrics?
Are your online courses accepted by health care employers?
Beware of any website offering online certification for CPR/BLS, ACLS or PALS without requiring a skills session with an instructor, as mandated by the American Heart Association. There are several websites offering this “too good to be true” scam.
Will I get the card and/or certificate on the day of my class?
My card expired recently. Can I still take the Renewal/Update course, or must I enroll in the Initial Provider course?
Can I get a Continuing Education (CE) certificate?
How can I prepare for my upcoming class?
If enrolled in an AHA course (ACLS, PALS, BLS/CPR), we recommend that you study your provider manual prior to class. We offer manuals for purchase in the event that you do not have one. In addition, links for study information are included in the confirmation email which you will receive upon registration.
What can I do to get the required book on time for my upcoming class?
- Fermin A.
Venue and class size is very conducive for learning. Excellent materials for audio-visual and book learners. High professionalism of instructors. I just did my IV therapy and Blood Withdrawal Training with them and I am coming back on January 2019 for ACLS Training and certification. More power to my instructor and thank you! - 11/24/2018
- Dennis K.
I've been going here for years. This is definitely the lowest stress BLS, ACLS, and PALS that I've ever taken. I highly recommend them. Even if you are the only person scheduled for a class, they will still have it for you. They offer all the classes you need. Check out their website. - 12/24/2018