888-503-3113    347-665-1537    855-516-1979

American Heart Association Courses -

Register Now to Save.
If you don't see what you need or are not sure, just give us a call. 888-503-3113

American Heart Association 2015 Highlights

  • Mandatory ACLS PRE-Assessment
    Please be advised, The American Heart Association has included a Mandatory Online Pre-Assessment to be completed prior to attending the New 2015 ACLS courses. This information is available in the 2015 ACLS Manual. If you don't have the new manual available prior to the course, we have provided a link to the Pre-Course, below. You must print the score sheet and bring it to class. A score of 70% or higher is required prior to participating in the ACLS course. use code ACLS15

    Mandatory ACLS PRE-Assessment
  • Mandatory PALS PRE-Assessment
    Please be advised, The American Heart Association has included a Mandatory Online Pre-Assessment to be completed prior to attending the New 2015 PALS courses. This information is available in the 2015 PALS Manual. If you don't have the new manual available prior to the course, we have provided a link to the Pre-Course, below. You must print the score sheet and bring it to class. A score of 70% or higher is required prior to participating in the PALS course. use code PALS15

    Mandatory PALS PRE-Assessment
  • 2015 Recommendation - New
    Avoiding and immediately correcting hypotension (systolic blood pressure less than 90 mm Hg, MAP less than 65 mm Hg) during postresuscitation care may be reasonable. (Class IIb, LOE C-LD)

    Read More
  • Hemodynamic Goals - Updated ALS 570
    Post–cardiac arrest patients are often hemodynamically unstable, which can occur for multiple reasons that include the underlying etiology of the arrest as well as the ischemia-reperfusion injury from the arrest. Management of these patients can be challenging, and optimal hemodynamic goals remain undefined. In 2015, ILCOR evaluated the optimal hemodynamic targets in post–cardiac arrest patients, primarily considering blood pressure goals.

    Read More
  • Extracorporeal CPR - Updated ALS 723
    For the purpose of this Guidelines Update, the term ECPR is used to describe the initiation of cardiopulmonary bypass during the resuscitation of a patient in cardiac arrest. This involves the emergency cannulation of a large vein and artery (eg, femoral vessels) and initiation of venoarterial extracorporeal circulation and oxygenation. The goal of ECPR is to support patients between cardiac arrest and restoration of spontaneous circulation while potentially reversible conditions are addressed. ECPR is a complex process that requires a highly trained team, specialized equipment, and multidisciplinary support within the local healthcare system.

    Read More
  • Medical Emergency Team/Rapid Response Team - Updated PEDS 397
    Medical emergency team or rapid response team activation by caregivers or parents ideally occurs as a response to changes noted in a patient’s condition and may prevent cardiac or respiratory arrest. Several variables, including the composition of the team, the type of patient, the hospital setting, and the confounder of a wider “system benefit,” further complicate objective analyses.

    Read More
  • Fluid Resuscitation in Septic Shock - Updated PEDS 545
    This update regarding intravenous fluid resuscitation in infants and children in septic shock in all settings addressed 2 specific therapeutic elements: (1) Withholding the use of bolus fluids was compared with the use of bolus fluids, and (2) noncrystalloid was compared with crystalloid fluids. Early and rapid administration of intravenous fluid to reverse decompensated shock, and to prevent progression from compensated to decompensated shock, has been widely accepted based on limited observational studies.23 Mortality from pediatric sepsis has declined in recent years, during which guidelines and publications have emphasized the role of early rapid fluid administration (along with early antibiotic and vasopressor therapy, and careful cardiovascular monitoring) in treating septic shock.24,25 Since the 2010 Guidelines, a large randomized controlled trial of fluid resuscitation in pediatric severe febrile illness in a resource-limited setting found intravenous fluid boluses to be harmful. This new information, contradicting long-held beliefs and practices, prompted careful analysis of the effect of fluid resuscitation on many outcomes in specific infectious illnesses.

    Read More

Registration Instructions & Help

  • To Register for the BLS Course Simply Follow this link: BLS Class Schedules

    To Register for the ACLS for Healthcare Provider's Course; Simply Follow this link: ACLS Class Schedules

    To Register for the ACLS for Healthcare Provider's Course; Simply Follow this link: ACLS Renewals Class Schedules

    To Register for the PALS for Healthcare Provider's Course; Simply Follow this link: PALS Initial Class Schedules

    To Register for the PALS for Healthcare Provider's Renewal Course; Simply Follow this link: PALS Renewals Class Schedules

  • American Heart Association
    This is CPR for Healthcare workers. Initial or Renewal - It's the same course. There are only 2 BLS courses, BLS classroom & Heartcode BLS(Blended Learning)
    The ACLS course is for healthcare workers that respond to Adults that are Decompensating from illness or injury.
    The ACLS Renewal course, is for anyone with a current ACLS card and nearing their expiration. If you are already expired, you must register for the Initial course.
    The PALS Course is for healthcare providers who respond to emergencies in infants and children. These include personnel in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care and critical care units such as physicians, nurses, paramedics and others who need a PALS course completion card for job or other requirements.
    The PALS course uses a series of simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the important concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation and team dynamics.
  • The BLS Course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED.
    AHA’s ACLS Course has been updated to reflect new science in the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. This course builds on the foundation of lifesaving BLS skills, emphasizing the importance of continuous, high-quality CPR.
    Improves outcomes in complex cardiovascular, respiratory and other (eg, metabolic, toxicologic) emergencies by expanding on core ACLS guidelines and encouraging critical thinking and decision-making strategies. Through instruction and active participation in case-based scenarios, learners enhance their skills in the differential diagnosis and treatment of pre-arrest, arrest and post-arrest patients.
    Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) is a classroom, video-based, Instructor-led course that uses a series of simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the important concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation and team dynamics. The goal of the PALS Course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes.
    The goal of the PALS Renewal Course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes.
PALS Provider Course
The PALS for Healthcare Providers Course is an American Heart Association course
PALS is designed for healthcare providers; including personnel in emergency medicine, intensive & critical care units, physicians, nurses, paramedics and other healthcare providers.
American Heart Association
What is BLS for Healthcare Providers? 100% classroom...
ACLS for Healthcare Providers
NEW - Updated with 2015 AHA Guidelines for CPR & ECC What...
PALS for Healthcare Providers
NEW - Updated with 2015 AHA Guidelines for CPR & ECC What...
EV SSL Certificate EV SSL SGC Certificate
Classes never cancelled



We will NEVER cancel a class due to attendance.  
If a date is Important, Register without fear that the class will cancel.