Pediatric Advanced Life Support

Initial Provider | Review/Renewal | Online Learning and Skills Session

Pediatric Advanced Life Support courses are designed for professional healthcare providers who participate in the assessment and management of pediatric critical patients, including those working in in-hospital, pre-hospital, and out-of-hospital medical facilities. Students will learn to assess, recognize and provide high-quality care to pediatric patients experiencing life-threatening medical emergencies, including shock, cardiac and respiratory events, as well as how to provide care after the return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) during a resuscitation effort.

PALS courses are available in an online learning + in person skills session format

Complete the online portion of the course, including the PALS Team Response Scenarios at the end of each lesson and the final written exam before attending the in-person skills session.

Duration of skill sessions is 1-3 hours, depending on class size and experience. Please bring your certificate of completion to your skills evaluation.

Transition to Red Cross PALS

Initial • Review • Blended Learning

Does your organization require American Red Cross Resuscitation training? Red Cross PALS courses will assist providers in the  transition to Red Cross PALS 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 PALS Participant Manual is available for students to download. Students may bring their laptop or tablet to class to view their downloaded materials.

Download the American Red Cross PALS Advanced Life Support Participant Materials

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