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Our 100% online courses are based upon AHA standards and can result in a BLS, PALS, or ACLS certification. You can study at your very own pace and take the exam when you are ready. There is no skills test and no time restriction, and you can have three attempts to pass the examination. Your course starts after finishing checkout! Earn your PALS, BLS, or ACLS Certification in Alabama and Excel as a Nurse or Physician Assistant.
All study materials are included, you have choice to read it online or print it. We also include a skills test sheet (optional) for in-hospital skills check.
The test is multiple-choice format and covers patient scenarios and general course knowledge. The test has no time limit and there's no hassle of working around a classroom schedule.
We do include the skills checkoff paperwork so you can review with a supervisor or local skills instructor. You will receive your provider eCard after passing the online exam. Complete the skills form separately.
If requested, we send a printed copy of your certificate the next day after you pass your exam. The certificate does not say "online" on it. You can also print a copy of your eCard immediately after passing also free.
STUDENT NAME has successfully completed the course requirements and cognitive evaluation in accordance with ACLS Training Center curriculum.
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Our certificates have been accepted in every US state and Canadian province, and over 60 countries in the Eurozone, Asia and Africa.
Our 100% money-back guarantee is good for 60 days and we guarantee your employer will accept our certificate and you will be satisfied.
Our ACLS, PALS and BLS courses are each certified for up to 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Some of our courses also offer ACPE, ANCC and ADA credits.
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. ACLS Training Center has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
Jul 06, 2022 -- Bridon and Christian, Brad Hassig's 10-year-old twins were swimming along with his friend. Brad decided to do an underwater calming exercise and breathing when he passed out. Christian along with Brad's friend pulled him out and Bridon started performing CPR. He had no training, he just saw it on TV. His life was saved.
Jan 21, 2021 -- After receiving a report of a snowmachine accident near Fox, on the pipeline access trails, Alaska State Troopers responded to the scene. An early investigation discovered that 41-year-old Misty Blanchard of Fairbanks was handling a snowmachine with a single passenger recognized as 23-year-old Sidney Robertson of Jackson, Missouri, lost control while descending down a steep hill resulting in a crash. CPR and other life-saving efforts were performed on the scene, however, Blanchard was pronounced dead. Robertson was shifted to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital and then on to Providence Alaska Medical Center.
Sep 21, 2020 -- "Firefighters responded at 2:57 p.m. (9-21-20) after receiving calls about a house fire at 147 Price street. The crew reached the site at 3:05 and started extinguishing the fire. Firefighters came to know about one occupant inside after the fire was mostly contained. “We found one person in the trailer in one of the bedrooms,” Fire Chief Dave Miller said. “We got that patient out and started CPR on her right away, and transported her to Mt. Edgecumbe Medical Center fairly quickly.” The woman was identified as 58-year-old Betty Jo Edenshaw, who expired early Saturday morning."
Aug 09, 2020 -- Alaska state troopers reported an accident that claimed the life of a worker on Saturday afternoon at a work site. The wounded worker, identified as Ivan Baukin was evacuated by the people at the scene and moved to Delta Family Medical. AST took over the CPR until EMS from Fort Greely reached to manage advanced lifesaving actions. However, 36 years old didn't respond and pronounced dead at 3:58 pm.
Jul 02, 2019 -- Cam Whigwam was enjoying the start of his 4th of July holiday with friends at the Pink Pony Pub when he saw a man falling down the stairs in front of them. He noticed the man was unresponsive so he immediately called 911. While waiting for 911 to arrive, he immediately performed CPR, the very basic skills that he learned in high school, he said. After a few compressions, the 45-year-old victim started talking. Shortly thereafter, first responders arrived and saw the man alive and conscious. He was later brought to the hospital.
Jul 19, 2018 -- Imagine you are in the middle of a casual conversation and then you suddenly find yourself in the hospital with no idea how you got there! That's what happened to Iris Bridges. Sheriff Jay Jones found her slumped in her chair and immediately began CPR. He continued until Paramedics could arrive and takeover. Upon arriving to the hospital, it was discovered that Bridges had a blockage in her interior descending artery. This particular blockage has been nicknamed the widow maker. Iris, fortunately, survived.
Jul 11, 2018 -- Brandon Hoguet, a beach enforcement officer, responded to a call for help at Gulf Shores. He pulled a drowning woman from the waters. His father, Michael Hoguet and Nathaniel Harris, both police officers, also responded to the call and began CPR immediately. The woman survived and all three men were honored with awards.
Mar 08, 2018 -- Police officer Joseph Gliner responded to a call about an unconcious man at a health club, he arrived and inmediatly started cpr maneuvers on the almost dying man, he requested the AED and gave a shock to the body. Several bystanders were able to help him as well and after a several minutes the ambulance arrived to provide assistance.
Dec 17, 2017 -- EMS units responded to a report of a woman suffering an asthma attack. Sheriff's department workers had recognized the address from a domestic dispute earlier in the day. EMS workers decided to go into the woman's home rather than wait for law enforcement. Christopher Wade Smith, the woman's husband, was attempting CPR and when the fire chief offered assistance Smith punched him, causing fractures around his right eye. The woman did not survive. Smith was charged with both assault first degree and criminal mischief second degree.
Mar 21, 2017 -- Officer Bryan Pearman was doing his routine patrol when he spotted a homeless man collapsing anf suffering a cardic arrest. The police officer inmediatly steps in and begins doing chest compressions and rescue breathing for several minutes until the ambulance arrived to help “It made me feel great that I was able to do what I took an oath to do was to protect and serve and I served my city by saving that man’s life,” said the heroic officer.
Oct 14, 2016 -- Tasha Eisom was the hero of the day. It all happened when she was driving to work and noticed a man collapsed next to his car. His name was Mike Parent and he was next to his broken down vehicle. Tasha didn’t know what to do, so she called 911 and asked for help. Thankfully he was assisted by a professional who told her the exact steps in order to perform CPR on the almost dying man. She did so for several minutes until paramedics arrived and were able to give Mr. Parent the right attention. He is now recovered and reunited with Tasha and the dispatcher in order to thank them.