The American Heart Association ACLS Provider class is for first time AHA ACLS students or students who have expired certifications and need to recertify. You can complete your ACLS Provider class or you can combine AHA ACLS BLS together to complete both classes on the same day!
The American Heart Association ACLS Renewal class option is ONLY for students that have a current, non-expired AHA ACLS certification. An ACLS Certification from any other organization (such as ARC, ASHI, etc) are not accepted. All AHA certifications are valid for renewal for 2 years through the whole month the course was taken. You can renew your ACLS or combine AHA BLS ACLS together to complete both classes on the same day!
The ACLS class is for healthcare providers working or planning to work in an adult critical care area such as the ER, ICU, PCU, & cardiac units or step-down units.
The AHA ACLS classes cover recognition and management of cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, acute coronary syndrome, stroke, cardiac rhythms, and pharmacology. Additionally, the AHA ACLS class cover effective communication as a team member and leader of a resuscitation attempt.
Your AHA ACLS Certification is issued at the end of your class so you have it before you leave our office the same day!
Your AHA ACLS Certification is valid for a period of two (2) years. All AHA certifications are valid through the entire month in which the class was taken.
No. The American Heart Association requires hands-on skills be performed in front of an instructor. There is a hybrid option where you can complete the course online and only come in to demonstrate your skills (see our AHA Skills Only – Heartcode – Part 2 options). The hybrid option is NOT recommended for first time students.
You can register for any of our classes online 24/7 by using one of the above links. We don’t take reservations over the phone or accept or walk-ins. Our classes fill up quickly so we recommend you register early. We have one office location in Longwood, FL!
Yes! If you need AHA BLS, ACLS, & PALS – check out our AHA combo class options to complete all 3 classes on the same day.
No. Our prices for in-person classes include the entire cost of the class, links to complete the precourse requirements, as well as a cheat sheet to help you prepare for class. The only time there are two separate costs are when completing the online AHA classes.
We have one office location for our American Heart Association ACLS Classes in Longwood, Florida offering BLS, ACLS, PALS, and Instructor Classes convenient to Lake Mary, Casselberry, Winter Springs, Sanford, Altamonte Springs, Wekiva Springs, Maitland, Geneva, Oviedo, Orlando, Winter Park, Apopka, Deland, Debary, Daytona Beach, Clermont, & Orange City.
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.