American Heart Association
ACLS Renewal Courses
ACLS CERTIFICATION WITH ACLS EDU
When a cardiac emergency happens near you, be ready to save lives with the ACLS recertification course. Geared towards reinforcing and refreshing the skills and training you learned in the original ACLS course, the ACLS renewal class will give you the confidence you need to respond quickly in any scenario. Celebrating 30 years as an American Heart Association certification training site, ACLS EDU proudly offers AHA ACLS recertification and renewal courses. With a mission to make learning and practicing as stress-free and accessible as possible, our in-person, online, and hybrid courses ensure each student masters the skills required to act in a life-or-death situation.
ACLS Renewal Course Information
The ACLS renewal course can take anywhere between 4-8 hours. The length of the course depends on several factors such as training materials, the class format, equipment to student ratios, and the number of students to instructor ratio. Smaller classes are usually much faster. Keep in mind that quality always matters, which is why instructors ensure enough time for students to fully learn the skills and training needed to save lives. When you complete your ACLS renewal certification, your completion card shows your commitment to responding effectively in a cardiac emergency. After two years, you must take an AHA ACLS renewal course to renew your ACLS certification. This ensures you are empowered to handle cardiovascular emergencies not just on the job, but in everyday occurrences.
The ACLS recertification course is for healthcare professionals who oversee or participate in medical activities surrounding cardiovascular emergencies, including cardiopulmonary arrest and other emergency responses requiring knowledge of heart function. In this instructor-led course, you will receive refresher training focused on:
- Preventing cardiac arrest
- Ideal continuous and early CPR methods
- Algorithm training
- Reviewing CPR and Basic Life Support (BLS) fundamentals
- Recognizing the signs of cardiopulmonary arrest
- Intervening when stroke and acute coronary symptoms (ACS) are present
- Providing post-cardiac arrest care
Approved by the American Heart Association, a CAPCE accredited organization, this is a continuing education (CE) activity accounts for 4.75 advanced CEH, activity number 16-AMH 800F2-0310. When you originally certified, your ACLS certification required 8 CEUs. ACLS recertification requires half that amount (4 CEUs), the same for NRP and PALS; the BLS requires only 2.5 CEUs.
ACLS Recertification Class Requirements
Students attending the ACLS Renewal course must meet the following requirements:
- Must be at least 18 years of age or with an adult
- Purchase the 2020 ACLS Provider Manual or eBook
- Select an instructor-led ACLS class location
- Provide a First Name, Last Name, Email and Phone Number
- Complete Course Registration and Payment Via aclsedu.com prior to class
- Refund requests for classroom-based courses must be made 2 Days (48 hours) before your original course start time.
- All refunds will be subject to a fee of 4% to cover the cost charged by our credit card merchant processing company.
- You are limited to 1 free reschedule requests per registration.
- Reschedule requests must be made before your course start time.
- No refunds will be given once a class has been rescheduled.
- All product sales are final and no refunds will be issued upon completion of sale.
- Be on time to attend - Tardiness of 15 minutes or less considered.
- In-Person Students are subject to be observed by other online Students Via Zoom.
- Students will not photographer or recorded without their expressed consent.
- Instructors will contact students not in attendance or with other issues 30 minutes before the course start time.
ACLS certification courses
The Advanced Cardiac Life Support instructor-led course teaches students the importance of preventing cardiac arrest. Students will learn advanced medical skills necessary for ACLS certification, including recognition and intervention of cardiopulmonary arrest, stroke, and acute coronary syndromes (ACS). The ACLS class also outlines working in high-performance teams, administering early and continuous CPR, and delivering high-quality post-cardiac arrest care.
WHAT DOES THIS COURSE TEACH?
Students attending the ACLS certification course must meet the following requirements:
Must be at least 18 years of age or with an adult
Purchase the 2020 ACLS Provider Manual or eBook
Select an instructor-led ACLS class location
Provide a First Name, Last Name, Email and Phone Number
Complete Course Registration and Payment Via aclsedu.com prior to class
Recognize bradycardias and tachycardias that may result in cardiac arrest or complicate resuscitation outcome
All refunds will be subject to a fee
of 4% to cover the cost charged
by our credit card merchant processing company
You are limited to 1 free reschedule requests per registration
Reschedule requests must be made before your course start time
No refunds will be given once a class has been rescheduled
All product sales are final and no refunds will be issued upon completion of sale
Be on time to attend - Tardiness of 15 minutes or less considered
In-Person Students are subject to be observed by other online Students Via Zoom
Students will not photographer or recorded without their expressed consent
Instructors will contact students not in attendance or with other issues 30 minutes before the course start time
ACL Available in the following locations
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