ACLS Classes and Skills Sessions
Initial • Renewal • Blended Learning
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) is designed for healthcare providers and first responders. This course will teach to assess, recognize and provide high-quality care to patients experiencing life-threatening medical emergencies, including shock, cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, and respiratory events, as well as resuscitation training, improve skills retention, and better serve patients. This class can be offered live as an initial or renewal course in the classroom setting or as a blended learning option that involves an in person skills session with an instructor.
- American Heart Association -ACLS Skills session only79.00This is a skills check off for the following classes
This registration page is for those who have completed Part 1 (online course) and need Parts 2 and 3 (Skills Session) ONLY. You must have completed Part 1 (online course) on your own. If you need to complete the online half of ACLS, please choose the AHA ACLS (eLearning + Skills session) course.
TRANSITION TO RED CROSS
Advanced Life Support | Advanced Life Support Review course
Does your organization require American Red Cross Resuscitation training? Advanced Life Support courses help ACLS providers transition to Red Cross Advanced Life Support certification.
The Review course gives current providers the opportunity to review course content in a classroom setting including skills practice, scenarios, and a written exam.
The Red Cross Advanced Life Support Participant Manual is available for students to download. Students may bring their laptop or tablet to class to view their downloaded materials.
Continuing education credit now available with Red Cross Advanced Life Support classes. Complete the CAPCE CE credit request form here.
- Red Cross - Advanced Life Support (Online Learning + Skills session)229.00The online portion of the ALS course features adaptive learning technology which offers a personalized, focused learning experience for each participant.
Students will receive a two year American Red Cross Advanced Life Support certification on completion.
Participants must successfully complete the online portion of the course, including the ALS Team Response Scenarios at the end of each lesson and the final written exam before attending the in-person skills session.