Yes, healthcare providers can renew their BLS, ACLS, or PALS Certification online. All online courses provided by ACLS EDU are AHA-approved and offer issuance of the same 2-year AHA eCard…Read More.
ACLS EDU offers industry-leading ACLS courses led by award-winning instructors that are trained to help you master the skills for ACLS online renewal. For your convenience, we provide multiple class dates…Read More.
Students must attend and complete an accredited ACLS online renewal course to become recertified. A typical ACLS class curriculum is structured around hands-on exercises and emergency simulations to keep you keen in life-threatening, on-the-job…Read More.
Anyone whose ACLS certification has expired, or will soon expire, will need ACLS recertification to keep their status current. In many cases, first responders and healthcare professionals are required to…Read More.
Students must attend and complete an accredited ACLS certification course to become certified. A typical ACLS class curriculum is structured around hands-on exercises and emergency simulations to prepare you for life-threatening, on-the-job situations.Read More.
We provide an instructor-led, hands-on, team-based learning environment for healthcare professionals, allowing you to understand how to react to cardiac events in real-life situations. American Heart Association courses are available…Read More.
With online classes available, along with in-person and blended learning formats, CPR certification is conveniently available virtually anywhere in the world. Once you complete your online CPR course, using the…Read More.
You must successfully complete the ACLS recertification course to be issued an official AHA ACLS Provider eCard. Once approved, you will then claim the CE units by email as well…Read More.
Yes, you may renew your ACLS after its expiration date. If you require more than a refresher, we recommend you take the initial certification course again and consider a skills session.Read More.
The length of ACLS renewal courses depends on several factors such as training materials, equipment to student ratios, and the number of students to instructor ratio; smaller classes are usually…Read More.