ACLS EDU provides you with outstanding online and in-person training led by experienced healthcare educators. Our top priority is helping you excel in your training so you can go into…Read More.
Generally speaking, physicians, nurses, and paramedics are required to be PALS certified. Even if you’re not a healthcare professional, first responders and everyday people can benefit greatly from knowing what…Read More.
At the onset of a cardiac emergency, acting quickly and effectively can separate a child from life and death. Untreated respiratory or cardiac episodes can come with grave consequences, especially…Read More.
When it comes to PALS certification, don’t settle for anything but the best. ACLS EDU is dedicated to providing quality AHA-accredited training to give you the skills and confidence to act…Read More.
The short answer? Yes, you can take an online PALS class. However, not all online courses provide AHA-approved PALS certification. At ACLS EDU, our online classes are designed to go hand-in-hand with separate…Read More.
The gold standard for accredited PALS certification is taking a class at an AHA-authorized training center, like ACLS EDU. With 40 years as an AHA training site, we train our students to…Read More.
If you are a physician, nurse, paramedic or emergency responder who cares for children on the job, PALS certification is a fantastic way to enhance your skills and training in the event…Read More.
Ready to buckle down and get PALS certified? First, you must enroll and successfully pass an AHA-approved PALS class. But not all PALS provider courses out there are AHA-approved. Without this vital accreditation,…Read More.
PALS certification dives into the complex life-saving techniques needed to grapple with respiratory and cardiopulmonary emergencies in children. The course covers advanced topics that build on the basics of life support,…Read More.