Individuals that work in the critical, emergency and advanced care units as healthcare providers with infants and children are required to be certified in Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). This course takes approximately 12 hours of course time to complete and costs approximately 144.99 (course fee varies depending on location). Registration for this course can be completed by selecting your location from our “locations” page. To successfully complete this course and receive a AHA PALS certificate that is valid for 2 years participants must complete all skills components of the course and a multiple choice test.
What Is the Course Content?
Participants enrolled in this course will learn the following content:
- 1 and 2 person child and infant CPR and AED rescues
- Recognition and management of cardiac emergencies for infants and children
- The latest standards and changes to CPR techniques with the American Heart Association
- Team role and management in rescues
- When and how to effectively use of automated external defibrillators
- Resuscitation techniques in team environments
Skills and techniques are taught through hands on training.
How Do I Register for This Course?
To register for this course select your location from our menu and complete the registration form.
Are Private Courses Available?
Yes, we proudly offer private American Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support courses for groups of almost any size. To book a course or to receive a quote contact us using our “contact us” page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
How Much Does This Course Cost?
The cost of the course varies depending on your region. Course price varies from 114.99 to 144.99 (taxes and certification fees included)
What Certification Will I Receive?
Participants that successfully complete the course will receive a AHA PALS certificate valid throughout the country for 2 years.
What Are The Prerequisites To This Course?
No prerequisites are required to attend this course.