Complete your ACLS certification and receive a free skills test.
The certification course includes:
Read our ACLS algorithms online or print them to read offline.
After passing your exam and completing the skills check, we immediately email you a proof copy. Your hard-copy provider card is mailed out to you the next day. This card is included and shipping is free. Exact wording on the card you will receive is shown below for your reference:
This card certifies that the individual above has successfully completed the Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support course requirements and cognitive evaluation in accordance with ACLS Training Center curriculum and American Heart Association® guidelines.
Exact words on our ACLS provider card
Our class is accepted in every US state and Canadian province, as well as over 60 countries in the Eurozone, Asia and Africa. Canadians, please visit https://aclscertification.ca/ to sign up.
We offer a 100% money-back guarantee with all our courses which is valid for 3 months from time of purchase.
You will receive an ACLS card if you take the online ACLS course. If you need or want a BLS card, you may purchase the BLS course. We offer multiple course discounts!
You get three attempts. If you fail three times, you will need to enroll (and pay) again. But don't worry, each attempt will give you an exam scoring report which lists that shows your correct and incorrect answers.
Yes. If you have taken an ACLS course with us or another training center during or after Jun 02, 2016, then you can take this recertification or get Online ACLS renewal. If you have neven done ACLS before, please take the complete certification course.
If your hospital has a full time American Heart Association® (AHA) ACLS trainer on staff, you will generally want to use them. Call your credentialing department first to see if they will still reimburse our course fee.
24 months whether you are taking ACLS with us or elsewhere.
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Last reviewed by Lorraine Anne Liu, RN on Apr 5, 2020