The American Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider class is for first time AHA PALS students or students who have expired certifications and need to recertify.
The American Heart Association PALS Renewal class option is ONLY for students that have a current, non-expired American Heart Association PALS certification. Certifications 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.
This class is for healthcare providers working or planning to work in an pediatric critical care area such as the ER, PICU, & other specialty pediatric units or step-down units.
The class covers recognition and management of respiratory emergencies, shock emergencies, cardiac emergencies, and pharmacology. Additionally, the class covers effective communication as a team member and leader of a resuscitation attempt.
Your official AHA certification is issued at the end of your class so you have it before you leave our office!
Your AHA 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 AHA Skills Sessions – Heartcode Part 2). The hybrid option is NOT recommended for first time students.
You can register for any of our classes online 24/7 using one of the links above. We don’t take reservations over the phone or accept walk-ins. We have limited seating for our classes so recommend registering early!
We have one office location for our American Heart Association Courses 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, Daytona Beach, & Orange City.