Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Renewal (1 day)

Price: $140.00

PALS Renewal is designed for the advanced provider who holds a current PALS Provider card. As with all our traditional classes, this is face-to-face interactive learning environment where you will watch AHA video content and participate in hands-on skills throughout the course.

You are required to bring a copy of the pre-course assessment to class. Instructions on how to access the pre-course assessment are located within the PALS provider manual. A practical exam and a written exam are given at the end of the class. You must pass both to obtain an AHA PALS Certification card. The passing grade on the written exam is 84%.

Topics covered in this course include:

  • The Science of Pediatric Resuscitation
  • CPR and AED Use in Children and Infants
  • The Systematic Approach Model
  • Team Dynamics
  • Respiratory Emergencies Case Scenarios and Practice
  • Shock Emergencies Case Scenarios and Practice
  • Rhythm Disturbances/Electrical Therapy Case Scenarios and Skills Practice
  • Post Cardiac Arrest Care Management
  • Coping with Death Video (optional)
  • Case Scenario Testing

The required student text for this course is the 2015 PALS (AHA Product #15-1058, ISBN # 978-1-61669-599-0). Provider Manuals serve as a reference tool for use before, during, and after your course. Authorized American Heart Association Distributors and information on where to purchase an eBook for your course can be found at this link.

Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Initial Provider (2 days)

Price: $45.00

PALS is designed for the advanced medical provider. If this is the first time you have taken PALS or your PALS card has expired and you need a new one, this is the class for you. As with all our traditional classes, this is face-to-face interactive learning environment where you will watch AHA video content and participate in hands-on skills throughout the course.

You are required to bring a copy of the pre-course assessment to class. Instructions on how to access the pre-course assessment are located within the PALS provider manual. A practical exam and a written exam are given at the end of the class. You must pass both to obtain an AHA PALS Certification card. The passing grade on the written exam is 84%.

Topics covered in this course include:

  • The Science of Pediatric Resuscitation
  • CPR and AED Use in Children and Infants
  • The Systematic Approach Model
  • Secondary Assessment
  • Team Dynamics
  • Management of Respiratory Emergencies
  • Respiratory Video Case Discussions
  • Airway Management Skills Practice
  • Management of Shock Emergencies
  • Shock Video Case Discussions
  • Shock Skills Practice
  • Management of Arrhythmia Emergencies
  • Arrhythmia Video Case Discussions
  • Rhythm Disturbances/Electrical Therapy Skills Practice
  • Post Cardiac Arrest Care Management
  • Coping with Death Video (optional)
  • Case Scenario Practice
  • Case Scenario Testing

The required student text for this course is the 2015 PALS (AHA Product #15-1058, ISBN # 978-1-61669-599-0). Provider Manuals serve as a reference tool for use before, during, and after your course. Authorized American Heart Association Distributors and information on where to purchase an eBook for your course can be found at this link.

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Renewal (1 day)

Price: $140.00

ACLS Renewal is designed for the advanced medical provider who holds a current ACLS Provider card. As with all our traditional classes, this is face-to-face interactive learning environment where you will watch AHA video content and participate in hands-on skills throughout the course. Skills are taught in larger group sessions, followed by smaller group learning and testing stations where case-based scenarios are presented.

You are required to bring a copy of the pre-course assessment to class. Instructions on how to access the pre-course assessment are located within the ACLS provider manual. A practical exam and a written exam are given at the end of the class. You must pass both to obtain an AHA ACLS Certification card. The passing grade on the written exam is 84%.

Topics covered in this course include:

  • The Science of Resuscitation
  • Systematic Approach to Care
  • CPR and AED Use
  • Airway Management
  • Technology Review
  • Team Dynamics
  • Mega Code

The required student text for this course is the 2015 ACLS (AHA Product #15-1005, ISBN # 978-1-61669-400-5). Provider Manuals serve as a reference tool for use before, during, and after your course. Authorized American Heart Association Distributors and information on where to purchase an eBook for your course can be found at this link.

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Initial Provider (2 days)

Price: $255.00

ACLS is designed for the advanced medical provider. If this is the first time you have taken ACLS or if your ACLS card has expired and you need a new one, this is the class for you. As with all our traditional classes, this is face-to-face interactive learning environment where you will watch AHA video content and participate in hands-on skills throughout the course. Skills are taught in larger group sessions, followed by smaller group learning and testing stations where case-based scenarios are presented.

You are required to bring a copy of the pre-course assessment to class. Instructions on how to access the pre-course assessment are located within the ACLS provider manual.  A practical exam and a written exam are given at the end of the class.  You must pass both to obtain an AHA ACLS Certification card.  The passing grade on the written exam is 84%.

Topics covered in this course include:

  • The Science of Resuscitation
  • Systematic Approach to Care
  • CPR and AED Use
  • Airway Management
  • Technology Review
  • Acute Coronary Syndromes
  • Acute Stroke
  • Team Dynamics
  • Cardiac Arrest (VF and pulseless VT)
  • Bradycardia
  • Tachycardias (Stable and Unstable)
  • PEA and Asystole
  • Mega Code
  • Post Cardiac Arrest Care

The required student text for this course is the 2015 ACLS (AHA Product #15-1005, ISBN # 978-1-61669-400-5). Provider Manuals serve as a reference tool for use before, during, and after your course. Authorized American Heart Association Distributors and information on where to purchase an eBook for your course can be found at this link.

Basic Life Support (BLS) (4 hours)

Price: $55.00

This class is specifically designed for healthcare professionals (Doctors, Physician’s Assistants, Nurses, various Medical Technicians, EMTs, Paramedics, etc.) and those entering a program of study in the medical field.

We teach using a traditional learning approach using American Heart Association video where you will practice the skills while watching the video. There will be plenty of hands-on practice of the skills presented in the video so every student will leave the class confident in the topics taught during the course.

A practical exam and a written exam are given at the end of the class. You must pass both to obtain an AHA BLS Certification card. The passing grade on the written exam is 84%.

Topics covered include:

  • Assessing scene safety and keeping yourself safe in a rescue situation
  • How to determine whether someone needs CPR
  • 1- and 2-rescuer CPR for the adult, child, and infant
  • AED (Automated External Defibrillator use)
  • Bag-mask ventilation
  • Rescue breathing
  • Relief of choking for the adult, child, and infant
  • CPR with an advanced airway in place

The required student text for this course is the 2015 Basic Life Support Provider Manual (AHA Product #15-1010, ISBN # 978-1-61669-407-4). Provider Manuals serve as a reference tool for use before, during, and after your course. Authorized American Heart Association Distributors and information on where to purchase an eBook for your course can be found at this link.

*This course is also offered in Spanish

Family & Friends CPR (2 hours)

Price: $45.00


This class is specifically designed for certification renewal for those with Basic Life Support (BLS). A practical exam and a written exam are given at the end of the class. You must pass both to obtain an AHA BLS Certification card. The passing grade on the written exam is 84%.

Topics covered include:

  • 1- rescuer adult BLS
  • 2-rescuer child BLS
  • Team dynamics
  • Relief of choking
  • Infant BLS
  • Special considerations
The required student text for this course is the 2015 Basic Life Support Provider Manual (AHA Product #15-1010, ISBN # 978-1-61669-407-4). Provider Manuals serve as a reference tool for use before, during, and after your course. Authorized American Heart Association Distributors and information on where to purchase an eBook for your course can be found at this link.

*This course is also offered in Spanish

Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens (2 hours)

Price: $25.00

This course meets the OSHA requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired with site specific instruction.

This course teaches students how to protect themselves from being exposed to blood or blood containing materials and how to act quickly and safely in the event of an incident. Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens was designed for workers who might come into contact with bloodborne pathogens such as

  • Childcare workers
  • Lab workers
  • Manufacturing company workers
  • Security guards
  • Maintenance workers
  • School personnel
  • Housekeepers and custodians
  • Health and fitness club staff
  • Tattoo artists

This course is taught in 4 sections:

  • Protect
  • Act
  • Clean
  • Tell

The required student text for this course is the 2015 Bloodborne Pathogens Student Workbook (AHA Product #15-1035, ISBN # 978-1-61669-427-2). Student Workbooks serve as a reference tool for use before, during, and after your course. Authorized American Heart Association Distributors and information on where to purchase an eBook for your course can be found at this link.

Heartsaver Pediatric CPR AED (4 hours)

Price: $60.00 (Includes the Required Student Workbook & Certification Card)

The focus of this class is providing care only to children and infants as adults are not covered in this class. CPR/AED use and choking for children and infants are covered in this class. First Aid is not included in the class content.

Topics covered in this course include the following:

  • Scene Safety and Assessment
  • Chest Compressions for Children
  • Chest Compressions for Infants
  • Mouth-to-Mouth Breaths
  • Mask-to-Mouth Breaths
  • AED Use for Children and Infants
  • Getting Help from Others
  • Putting it All Together CPR and AED
  • Choking in Children and Infants

Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid (3 hours)

Price: $60.00 (Includes the Required Student Workbook & Certification Card)

The focus of this class is providing care only to children and infants as adults are not covered in this class. This course is designed to focus on first aid skills with a focus on illnesses and injuries common to children and infants. CPR/AED is excluded from this class.

Topics covered in this course include the following:

  • Scene Safety and Assessment
  • Choking in Children and Infants
  • Duties, Roles, and Responsibilities of First Aid Rescuers
  • Universal Precautions and Exposure to Blood
  • How to Properly Remove Protective Gloves
  • How to Find the Problem of the Sick or Injured Person
  • Breathing Problems
  • Allergic Reactions
  • How to use an EpiPen
  • Diabetes and Low Blood Sugar
  • Seizure
  • Bleeding You Can See and How to Stop It
  • Bleeding You Can’t See
  • Head, Neck and Spine Injuries
  • Broken Bones and Sprains
  • Burns and Electrical Emergencies
  • Heat-Related Emergencies
  • Cold-Related Emergencies
  • Poisoning
  • Preventing Illness and Injury
  • Legal Questions

This course may include Optional Pediatric First Aid topics, specifically to meet the needs of regulatory agencies in some states.

Pediatric First Aid Optional Topics:

  • Eye Injuries
  • Fever
  • Snake bites
  • Spider bites
  • Scorpion stings
  • Tick bites
  • Marine Animal Bites and Stings
  • Suspected Abuse

Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED (6 hours)

Price: $85.00 (Includes the Required Student Workbook & Certification Card)

The focus of this class is providing care only to children and infants as adults are not covered in this class. CPR/AED use, choking, and first aid skills will be taught with a focus on illnesses and injuries common to children and infants.

This course is a wonderful class for babysitters and parents as well as an approved course for daycare providers seeking CPR and First Aid training compliance in all 50 US states.

Topics covered in this course include the following:

  • Scene Safety and Assessment
  • Chest Compressions for Children
  • Chest Compressions for Infants
  • Mouth-to-Mouth Breaths
  • Mask-to-Mouth Breaths
  • AED Use for Children and Infants
  • Getting Help from Others
  • Putting it All Together CPR and AED
  • Choking in Children and Infants
  • Duties, Roles, and Responsibilities of First Aid Rescuers
  • Universal Precautions and Exposure to Blood
  • How to Properly Remove Protective Gloves
  • How to Find the Problem of the Sick or Injured Person
  • Breathing Problems
  • Allergic Reactions
  • How to use an EpiPen
  • Diabetes and Low Blood Sugar
  • Seizure
  • Bleeding You Can See and How to Stop It
  • Bleeding You Can’t See
  • Head, Neck and Spine Injuries
  • Broken Bones and Sprains
  • Burns and Electrical Emergencies
  • Heat-Related Emergencies
  • Cold-Related Emergencies
  • Poisoning
  • Preventing Illness and Injury
  • Legal Questions

This course may include Optional Pediatric First Aid topics, specifically to meet the needs of regulatory agencies in some states.

Pediatric First Aid Optional Topics:

  • Eye Injuries
  • Fever
  • Snake bites
  • Spider bites
  • Scorpion stings
  • Tick bites
  • Marine Animal Bites and Stings
  • Suspected Abuse