New Haven County

CPR Classes In
Portland, OR



Phone: 888-307-8450 | Email:
Website: | Monday-Friday: 8:00AM - 6:00PM
Address: 329 NE Couch St, Portland, OR 97232


Enroll in CPR classes in Portland, OR and start emergency response training today!  ACLS EDU offers certifications in CPR, BLS, ACLS and PALS.  We also offer recertification courses for students seeking CPR renewal in Portland, OR.  There are also recertification courses available for ACLS, BLS and PALS.  Our CPR certification is especially useful because it covers the newest developments in science and education.  Students in CPR training will also learn to give primary assessments, give ventilations, and how to use an AED.  We have a specialty course available for schools where teachers and students have the opportunity to work together.  Also available, is a course with the American Academy of Pediatrics Neonatal Resuscitation that meets multiple times a week.  We pride ourselves on providing a high quality education to our students.  That’s why all our classes and staff are AHA-accredited, which affirms they meet the standards set by the American Heart Association (AHA).  Join our ACLS class in Portland today and start learning how you can improve the outcome of a medical emergency with just a few skills!


Here at ACLS EDU, our two most advanced classes are: the ACLS class in Portland and the PALS class in Portland.  These courses are more challenging than the rest.  Students will learn complicated strategies to help maintain breathing and circulation during a medical emergency.  Also available are the BLS classes in Portland.  These are less challenging than the ACLS and PALS, and a little more challenging than the standard CPR classes in Portland, OR.  We also have renewal courses available.  We offer CPR renewal in Portland, OR and renewal courses for all students needing to renew an AHA eCard.  All our classes are open to private individuals, first responders and organizations.  Every one of our courses is taught by an AHA-accredited healthcare professional who meets the standards of the American Heart Association (AHA).  Students nationwide enroll in our programs for quality training and education, including students from local hospitals and UC’s.


  • Must be at least 18 years of age or with an adult
  • Purchase the applicable materials and equipment if required
  • Provide a First Name, Last Name, Email and Phone Number
  • Complete Course Registration and Payment Via 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 be photographed or recorded without their expressed consent.
  • Instructors will contact students not in attendance or with other issues 30 minutes before the course start time.


Sign up for your class today!  Registration is simple.  You can do it on our website or contact us by phone and we will walk you through the process.  Make sure to register for your CPR classes in Portland, OR on our website, even if you‘ve already registered on a different website.  Whether you enroll in an ACLS class in Portland, or the BLS classes in Portland, you must register for all ACLS EDU classes on the ACLS EDU website.  If you have already registered for any ACLS EDU class through another website: the American Heart Association CPR Near Me, or any other site, you are still required to register and pay the fees on the ACLS EDU website.  Once you register, you will get an automated email from Enrollware, with all your registration information: date, location, and start time of your course.

AHA ACLS Certification Course Requirements in PORTLAND

All ACLS EDU courses are taught by accomplished medical professionals according to the standards set by the American Heart Association (AHA).  These healthcare workers understand the importance of an emergency response where a quick response time can prevent severe bodily harm.  Our program, BLS training in Portland, Oregon focuses primarily on the basic life-support techniques needed to respond efficiently in a medical emergency.  These particular BLS classes in Portland, and all our classes at ACLS EDU, require hands-on participation from students.  All students can expect to use mannequins and training accessories including BVM, barrier devices and battery-powered AED trainers with infant, child or adult electrodes.  Also, students working toward any kind of AHA eCard are also expected to participate in hands-on training.  The training includes using the infant, child, or adult CPR manikins with feedback or alternative compression monitors.  Every ACLS class in Portland requires this type of hands-on participation with CPR equipment.  Students are also required to use the AHA supporting materials including: a student textbook/eBook, or an instructor manual kit. Make sure to purchase all course materials before the start date of your class.  Please also remember not to rent, reuse or reissue any AHA books.

What CPR Certification Classes Does ACLS EDU
Offer in Portland, OR

ACLS EDU offers all our classes online, in-person or in a hybrid format.   We know healthcare providers have a busy schedule, so we offer a quick and easy way to get your ACLS certification in Portland.  Students enroll in our courses seeking their AHA-accredited CPR, BLS, ACLS and even PALS certifications.  We have one of the best programs for BLS training in Portland, Oregon.  The BLS classes in Portland provide some insight regarding how to approach a life threatening emergency like choking, drowning, smoke inhalation and even cardiac arrest. 

Portland, Oregon FAQs

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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.

ACLS EDU provides various types of American Heart Association approved BLS Certification Courses, ACLS Certification Courses & PALS Certification Courses. These course types include online, on-site and blended options - we provide as much flexibility as we can for our customers.