American Heart Association (AHA) Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) 2 year certification training class. Blended learning courses require online coursework prior to class. Click register to sign up or scroll down for more information. With RQI private sessions, the bulk of your training is done online with a brief basic skill session on a smart manikin system. If you are new to PALS or would like extra practice and help it is advised to sign up for a blended or classroom course rather than a private RQI session.
Scroll down and click register to sign up, or CONTACT US if you’d like to get certified on your own time via our new American Heart Association automated RQI skills station. With this option you can select your own private time and the skill session takes only about 30 minutes!
Description: American Heart Association certification. Designed to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently and effectively manage critically ill infants and children, resulting in improved patient outcomes, for all advanced pediatric healthcare providers.
Duration: 1 full day for initial certification. Shorter (~2 hour) sessions available for blended learning. Social distancing guidelines are followed for all classroom sessions.
Intended Audience: Physicians, ER nurses, respiratory therapists, and advanced emergency medical personnel that would have to function in a team leader role or apply advanced resuscitation techniques for pediatric patients on a frequent basis.
Prerequisites: Students must have a working knowledge of cardiac rhythm interpretation, intubation/IV techniques as well as basic and advanced cardiac skills.
Certification: This course can be taken either in a traditional classroom setting, a blended learning setting (with some online coursework required prior to an in-person skill session), or on-site at your location. The exact same 2-year American Heart Association certification card is administered for each type of session.