Most members of healthcare professions are required to carry an Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification. If you are in Nevada, you can easily obtain your certification or recertification for ACLS. Las Vegas medical professionals are able to receive certification through the ACLS Training Center. The ACLS Training Center has been online since 1998 with the goal of providing comprehensive training that meets the guidelines for ACLS certification. Las Vegas medical professions can receive this certification with as little disruption to their lives as possible. No skills check is necessary when completing ACLS training courses from ACLS Training Center. Because our courses are online, you are saved the trouble of finding a brick and mortar class or scheduling a time for an evaluation. All you need to do is sign up, study, and pass the test.
Whether you're becoming certified for the first time or seeking a renewal, we always strive to bring you the best and most current information. For instance, when the American Heart Association® made significant changes to its protocols in 2016, we immediately integrated the new information into our training programs. These protocols are scheduled to be updated in October 21, 2020, and we are committed to integrate those latest changes to our training programs to keep our course material current.
2020 updated guidelines have been published by American Heart Association®, by enrolling in our courses you will receive the current learning materials (2016 guidelines) now and also AUTOMATICALLY have free access to the 2021 guidelines when available. Please note that our company typically implements new training guidelines up to a year before AHA releases their updates.
Do you need an ACLS certification? Las Vegas professionals can get their certification quickly. You can order the online course and take the test 24/7, whenever it is convenient for you. As soon as you have passed the test, you can immediately download a virtual provider card to show to your employer. We put your physical card in the mail within one business day. If you are in a great hurry, we can even arrange overnight shipment of your provider card for an extra fee. Our courses are accepted in every state and in many international locations. If you relocate, you won't have to take another test to satisfy your new employer.
Here at ACLS Training Center, we are confident that you will be satisfied with your course for certification in ACLS. Las Vegas residents can rest easily knowing that if they are dissatisfied for any reason during the first three months, we will gladly refund 100% of their money. That's not an offer many other training centers are willing to make.
We also know that if you work for a medical provider who requires ACLS certification, Las Vegas healthcare providers may also require additional certifications such as Basic Life Support (BLS) or Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). We offer both of those courses using the same format that we use for ACLS. All you have to do is sign up, study, and pass the test. There is no skills set check, and you can download a virtual card just as soon as you pass.
If you require certifications other than ACLS, Las Vegas based professionals can sign up for all of them at the same time and save 10% to 15%. You may be thinking that this all sounds too easy. After all, what if you don't pass the test? Your original fee includes the cost of three retakes. We also send you information about the questions you missed so you will know where to focus your study in order to pass the test next time.
So, what do you need to do to get your certification or recertification? It all boils down to three easy steps:
- Sign up. Then select and download the courses you wish to take.
- Study the course material and then take the exam(s). Each exam, which you take online, consists of 45 multiple choice questions. There are no skills checks to worry about.
- Download your email certification. You will receive the physical card in the mail in a few business days.
We're here to answer any questions you may have, and are ready to provide additional assistance where needed. For more information on ACLS and Heart Disease, visit the following resources:
2010 American Heart Association® Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science - This article provides excellent information about all kinds of emergency cardiac care.
NMCSD Residents Save Life on a Plane - A look at ACLS in action; it reminds you why you really take these courses.
How Is a Heart Attack Treated? - This topic takes visitors beyond ACLS and looks at long-term treatment of heart attacks.
CDC Addresses Heart Disease - This article discusses some of the public health efforts over the years that have raised consciousness about heart disease.
Heart Attack Action Plan - Find out what to do in the event of a heart attack.