AHA ACLS Classes - Advanced Cardiac Life Support

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American Heart Association ACLS Classes - Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Get Your American Heart Association ACLS Certification The Same Day As Your Class!

New, updated 2020 AHA Guidelines in all of our ACLS classes!

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  • The AHA ACLS classes are for healthcare providers working in an adult critical care area.
  • The AHA ACLS classes covers recognition and management of cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, acute coronary syndrome, stroke, cardiac rhythms, and pharmacology.
  • Additionally, the AHA ACLS class covers effective communication as a team member and leader of a resuscitation attempt.
  • Options for first time American Heart Association ACLS students and for AHA ACLS recertifications available
  • Official AHA ACLS certification issued at the end of class!
 


AHA ACLS Provider
+AHA BLS

Length of in-person class:
Approx 4 hours
$ 220
  • For first time AHA ACLS students or students with expired AHA ACLS certifications who also need to renew their AHA BLS
  • Must complete 2020 AHA Precourse Preparation work at home prior to class (instructions to access emailed after registration) and email completion certificate prior to class
  • AHA Precourse Preparation at home takes approximately 5 hours
  • Access to Free ACLS Cheat Sheet included (link to access emailed after registration)
  • Features new, updated 2020 AHA Guidelines
  • Receive your official AHA ACLS certification & AHA BLS certification at the end of class
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AHA ACLS Provider

Length of in-person class:
Approx 3-4 hours
$ 180
  • For first time students or students with expired certifications
  • Must complete 2020 AHA Precourse Preparation work at home prior to class (instructions to access emailed after registration) and email completion certificate prior to class
  • AHA Precourse Preparation at home takes approximately 5 hours
  • Access to Free ACLS Cheat Sheet included (link to access emailed after registration)
  • Features new, updated 2020 AHA Guidelines
  • Receive your official AHA ACLS certification at the end of class
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AHA ACLS Renewal
+ AHA BLS

Length of in-person class:
Approx 4 hours
$ 185
  • Must upload your current AHA ACLS certification during registration (cannot be expired or from another organization such as Red Cross, ASHI, or online only certifications). If you do not have a copy of your current card, you can re-access it here: https://ecards.heart.org/student/myecards
  • Must complete 2020 AHA Precourse Self-Assessment at home prior to class (instructions to access emailed after registration) and email completion certificate prior to class
  • AHA Precourse Self-Assessment at home takes approximately 1 hour
  • Access to Free ACLS Cheat Sheet included (link to access emailed after registration)
  • Features new, updated 2020 AHA Guidelines
  • Receive your official AHA ACLS certification & AHA BLS certification at the end of class
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AHA ACLS Renewal

Length of in-person class:
Approx 3-4 hours
$ 145
  • Must upload your current AHA ACLS certification during registration (cannot be expired or from another organization such as Red Cross, ASHI, or online only certifications). If you do not have a copy of your current card, you can re-access it here: https://ecards.heart.org/student/myecards
  • Must complete 2020 AHA Precourse Self-Assessment at home prior to class (instructions to access emailed after registration) and email completion certificate prior to class
  • AHA Precourse Self-Assessment at home takes approximately 1 hour
  • Access to Free ACLS Cheat Sheet included (link to access emailed after registration)
  • Features new, updated 2020 AHA Guidelines
  • Receive your official AHA ACLS certification at the end of class
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Need more information? Click below for additional information about our AHA ACLS classes!

Who this course is recommended for:

  • First time students
  • Students with expired certifications
  • Individuals who have never worked in an area using ACLS protocols
  • Individuals who have not worked in an area using ACLS protocols within the last 3 years

Length of course

  • Approximate course length at home, prior to course: 5 hours
  • Approximate course length in-person: 3-4 hours

Required Precourse Work:

  • Our ACLS Provider course requires you to complete the “2020 AHA ACLS Precourse Self-Assessment and Precourse Work” modules at home prior to the in-person course. This is an online (free) course which includes both the required ACLS pre-course self-assessment as well as course videos with learning questions.  Directions to access course are sent automatically after registration.

What you will do during the in-person course:

  • Review core concepts from modules completed at home and have a chance to ask any questions about course content
  • Complete skills practice and testing
  • Complete the ACLS exam
  • Receive your AHA ACLS certification at the end of class before you leave

*Option to add BLS to this course is available during registration. The +BLS option starts 30 min prior and is offered at a discounted price of $35 ONLY when combined with your online ACLS registration.

 

Who can take this course:

  • Only students who have a current (not expired) AHA ACLS certification and need ACLS recertification
  • Cards from other organizations such as Red Cross, ASHI, or only only certifications are not acceptable

Length of course

  • Approximate course length at home, prior to course: 1 hour
  • Approximate course length in-person: 3-4 hours

Requirements to attend this course:

  • You must have a CURRENT (cannot be expired) AHA ACLS certification (cards from any other organization such as Red Cross, ASHI, or online courses are not acceptable). If you have questions about whether your certification is from AHA or still current, please email us a copy prior to registration and we will verify this information for you. You must upload your current AHA ACLS certification during the registration process.
  • The “2020 AHA ACLS Precourse Self-Assessment (sometimes called a “pretest”) must be completed prior to your course. Directions to access the pretest are sent automatically after registration.

What you will do during the in-person portion of this course:

  • Review core concepts and have a chance to ask any questions about course content
  • Complete skills practice and testing
  • Complete the ACLS exam
  • Receive your AHA ACLS certification at the end of class before you leave

We have one office location in Longwood/Lake Mary, Florida offering BLS, ACLS, PALS, and Instructor Classes convenient to Longwood, Lake Mary, Casselberry, Winter Springs, Sanford, Altamonte Springs, Wekiva Springs, Maitland, Geneva, Oviedo, Orlando, Winter Park, Apopka, Deland, Debary, & Orange City.

Still have questions about the AHA ACLS classes we offer? You can email us for the fastest response or call our office at 407-732-4403!

The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the AHA.