Online Nursing Courses for ACLS, PALS, or BLS Certification in Alabama
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!
Everything You Need to Get Your ACLS, BLS, or PALS Certification in Alabama
Print or read study materials online
Pass the online exam
Complete a skills test sheet separately
Like any other test, it is in a multiple-choice format and covers individual scenarios as well as basic course knowledge. There’s no time limit and no hassle of working around a classroom schedule throughout your ACLS, BLS, or PALS program. In Alabama, you can review independently with a peer or supervisor with our skills check-off paperwork. You will obtain your provider card after passing the online exam.
Get Your Card Sent to You for Free
After effectively passing your ACLS, PALS, or BLS course in Alabama, you will be mailed a printed copy of your completion card the following business day. This service is free. You could also request that your card be printed and sent immediately, which is also free. Keep in mind that the language on our completion cards does not suggest that you’ve taken an exclusively online course. The exact wording of our health care provider card is as follows:
This card certifies that the individual above has effectively completed the
COURSE NAMEcourse requirements and cognitive evaluation in accordance with ACLS Training Center curriculum and American Heart Association® guidelines.
Accepted in North America and Internationally
Our course completion cards have been approved in every U.S. state and Canadian province and in more than 60 countries. We guarantee that your employer will accept our completion card. We provide a 100% money-back guarantee, which is good for three months.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I contact a staff member if I have a question?
Call us toll-free at 1-877-560-2940 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Personell are available to assist you Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pacific Time.
Can I take the course if my certification has expired?
Yes, our courses can be used for both certification as well as recertification. If you have taken a course since September 7, 2016, with us or another training center, you can finish your recertification with us. Otherwise, please take the longer certification course.
Will I receive an American Heart Association® ACLS card?
Our logo gets on the top of the card, as we are the training center. The card you obtain will claim that this course follows all American Heart Association® guidelines.
How long is the certification period good for?
The certification duration lasts for two years, at which point you’ll have to successfully pass the ACLS exam again.
What if I fail the exam?
We will send you details concerning any missed questions. You’ll have three total attempts to pass the exam included.
Earn your PALS, BLS, or ACLS Certification in Alabama and Excel as a Nurse or Physician Assistant
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- Man Punches Fire Chief for Performing CPR on his Wife
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.