Private 1 on 1 ACLS or PALS Update
The length of the course will depend on your knowledge of the subject and how many questions you may have, a private one on one course means much less time in class because it's just you and the instructor. These private courses are great for people who are on limited time, this course is for the healthcare provider who currently holds the ACLS or PALS provider card and needs a renewal.
You must show your ACLS or PALS card when you arrive. If you don't have a current card you will be charged an additional fee for an initial class and it will take longer in time.
Students must complete the ACLS or PALS Precourse Self Assessment and print the certificate of completion and bring it to class or they will not be allowed entry to the course, direct links below.
DO NOT SELECT THE ONE LISTED WITH THE FOLLOWING: (IVE or with PRECOURSE WORK).
ACLS Precourse Self Assessment, click here: ACLS Precourse Self Assessment 2020 Guideline
PALS Precourse Self Assessment, click here: PALS Precourse Self Assessment 2020 Guideline
The current AHA 2020 guideline ACLS or PALS book will be required to enter the course, this version is required as of February 1st 2021.
***Receive your AHA eCard the day of class
Please read our entire Cancellation Policy BEFORE paying for the course. After you have submitted your payment you have agreed to our Cancellation Policy. Please use the direct link below to read the policy.
Direct Link: Cancellation, Reschedule, Refund, Credit Policy
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.