Basic CPR & AED skills for adults, children, and infants. Not for certification--informational only.
Three hours, with DVD presentation and practical application.
This course is designed for people not in medical professions for informational purposes.*This is NOT the Healthcare Provider CPR required by hospitals and medical education programs.
If you do not have a textbook you will have to purchase one through APHE at checkout.
The textbook for each course is required at the course. If you do not have a textbook at the course, you will be expected to purchase one from the instructor.
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No upcoming dates set. Contact APHE to express interest in this course.
Thank you for being patient and encouraging us. You made this a really great learning experience.
- RN, ACLS Recognition Participant
I took the course because I had to, but Adam had a fun presentation style and kep the course upbeat and interesting.
- Child care specialist, Heartsaver CPR/AED Participant
All very informative and first time in course so many of these more extreme situations and interventions are unfamiliar.
- EMT, PHTLS Provider Participant
[A nurse] from the ED went to ACLS this week and gave rave reviews. She said it was very interactive and ‘probably the best ACLS class I have had.’
- Emergency Department Nurse Educator
Highly recommend—Adam does a great job speaking concisely regarding ACLS protocol.
- Resident Physician, ACLS Provider Recognition Participant
Presenters were both very knowledgeable about the materials presented.
- RN, AMLS Provider participant
I liked the course: Nikki is very cool/down to earth.
- C.N.A., BLS for Healthcare Providers participant
Very well-taught and learned a lot of new and possible future protocols for ACLS.
- Paramedic, ACLS Provider Renewal participant
- CRNA, ACLS Provider Renewal participant
Very useful information effectively taught and clearly presented.
- Public Health Nurse, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant
I liked that the instructor critiqued us while we were doing it—instead of lining up and ‘passing.’ I wasn’t as nervous and felt I did better.
- Nursing student, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant