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AHA PALS Initial Class (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)

Approximately a 16 hour course designed for healthcare providers who initiate or direct advanced pediatric care, beyond basic life support, either in or out of the hospital. Course work focuses on the identification and treatment of medical conditions contributing to pediatric cardiac arrest; recognition and management of a child in respiratory distress or failure and/or compensated or hypotensive shock; recognition and management of bradyarrhythmia, tachyarrhythmia and arrest rhythms; assessment and treatment of the seriously ill or injured child. Course cost includes the Student Provider Manual which is shipped to the student upon prepayment. Upon successful course completion, with a passing score on the written exam, students receive an AHA PALS Provider certification eCard valid for two years. (Note: BLS certification is not included in this course.)

Note: Course cost includes the PALS Student Manual.  A required online pre-course self-assessment must be completed before the start of class, showing a minimum 70% passing score. Students must print and bring their “self-assessment scores” to the first day of class. 

Course Description: AHA PALS Initial Class (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)

Are you a healthcare professional who works with pediatric patients? Enroll in our comprehensive AHA PALS Initial Class (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) and gain the knowledge and skills necessary to provide optimal care in pediatric emergencies. This specialized course, developed by the American Heart Association (AHA), is designed to equip healthcare providers with the advanced techniques and protocols required to manage critical situations involving infants and children effectively.

During this intensive training, participants will learn the essential concepts and interventions of Pediatric Advanced Life Support. Our experienced instructors will guide you through the latest AHA guidelines, focusing on systematic assessment, recognition, and treatment of pediatric respiratory and cardiovascular emergencies, pharmacology, and effective communication and teamwork in pediatric resuscitation scenarios.

The AHA PALS Initial Class places a strong emphasis on practical application to enhance your skills. Through interactive discussions, hands-on practice, and realistic simulations, you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge in pediatric emergency scenarios. Our instructors will provide valuable feedback and guidance, ensuring that you develop the confidence and competence to lead pediatric resuscitation efforts effectively.

At Rescue One Training for Life, we understand the unique challenges and nuances involved in pediatric emergencies. Our course is designed to address the specific needs of healthcare professionals working with infants and children, including doctors, nurses, paramedics, and other healthcare providers. We prioritize the most up-to-date information and best practices in pediatric resuscitation, ensuring that you receive the highest quality training.

The course cost includes the Student Provider Manual, which is shipped to the student upon prepayment. Upon successful course completion, with a passing score on the written exam, students receive an AHA PALS Provider certification eCard valid for two years. (Note: BLS certification is not included in this course.)

Note: Course cost includes the PALS Student Manual. A required online pre-course self-assessment must be completed before the start of class, showing a minimum 70% passing score. Students must print and bring their “self-assessment scores” to the first day of class.

Don’t miss the opportunity to enhance your pediatric life-saving skills. Contact Rescue One Training for Life today and secure your spot in the AHA PALS Initial Class. Take this proactive step toward becoming a skilled provider capable of making a significant impact on the lives of infants and children in critical situations.

Make a difference in pediatric emergencies. Enroll in our training course now and join Rescue One Training for Life to acquire the advanced knowledge and skills necessary for Pediatric Advanced Life Support.

 

PALS Renewal (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)

Approximately a 6 – 8 hour course designed for students who are currently PALS and BLS certified. Course work contains obligatory AHA lectures and reviews BLS CPR; the identification and treatment of medical conditions contributing to pediatric cardiac arrest; recognition and management of a child in respiratory distress or failure and/or compensated or hypotensive shock; recognition and management of bradyarrhythmia, tachyarrhythmia and arrest rhythms; assessment and treatment of the seriously ill or injured child. Course cost includes the Student Provider Manual which is shipped to the student upon prepayment. Upon course completion, with a passing score on the written exam and successful completion of the skills evaluations, students receive an AHA PALS Provider certification card valid for two years. (Note: BLS certification is not included in this course.)

Note: Course cost includes the PALS Student Manual. All pre-course work must be completed before the start of class, showing a minimum 70% passing score. Students must print and bring their “self-assessment scores” to the first day of class

Course Description: PALS Renewal (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)

Are you a healthcare professional seeking to renew your Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certification? Enroll in our comprehensive PALS Renewal training course and update your knowledge and skills in managing pediatric emergencies with confidence and proficiency. Designed for healthcare providers who have previously completed the PALS course, this program allows you to refresh your understanding, stay current with the latest guidelines, and maintain your PALS certification.
During this engaging training, participants will review the key components of PALS based on the most recent guidelines established by the American Heart Association (AHA). Our experienced instructors will guide you through a comprehensive review of systematic assessment, identification, and treatment of pediatric respiratory and cardiovascular emergencies, pharmacology, and effective communication and teamwork in pediatric resuscitation scenarios.

The PALS Renewal course emphasizes practical application to reinforce your skills. Through interactive discussions, hands-on practice, and realistic simulations, you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge in pediatric emergency scenarios. Our instructors will provide valuable feedback and guidance to ensure that you feel confident and competent in managing pediatric resuscitation efforts.

At Rescue One Training for Life, we recognize the unique challenges and nuances involved in pediatric emergencies. Our course is designed to address the specific needs of healthcare professionals working with infants and children, including doctors, nurses, paramedics, and other healthcare providers. We prioritize the most up-to-date information and best practices in pediatric resuscitation, ensuring that you receive the highest quality training.

Course cost includes the Student Provider Manual, which is shipped to the student upon prepayment. Upon course completion, with a passing score on the written exam and successful completion of the skills evaluations, students receive an AHA PALS Provider certification card valid for two years.

(Note: BLS certification is not included in this course.)
Note: Course cost includes the PALS Student Manual. All pre-course work must be completed before the start of class, showing a minimum 70% passing score. Students must print and bring their “self-assessment scores” to the first day of class.

Maintain your expertise in pediatric emergencies. Enroll in our training course now and join Rescue One Training for Life in renewing your knowledge and skills in Pediatric Advanced Life Support.

AHA PALS Blended Learning Course

This is a blended learning course for PALS Provider certification. It consists of an online didactic learning and testing portion – PART 1 (approximately 6 – 14 hours); and a classroom skills session – PART 2 (approximately 2 hours). Referred to as “Heartcode PALS”, the online portion of the course is accessed by entering a “key code” on the AHA student website. After completing the online course, students enroll in PART 2 and attend a classroom skills check session, testing practical skills for: Single rescuer pediatric CPR and AED use; Airway management; Megacode testing. Upon successful completion of these classroom skills, students will receive an AHA PALS Provider certification card, valid for two years. Note: This course is designed for renewal students only.