To become certified in Pediatric Advanced Life Support, a candidate must attend a two-day instructor-led, video-based classroom course that consists of 14 hours and 10 minutes of instruction with additional time for lunc... More »

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Physicians who want to enroll in an Advanced Trauma Life Support class may look up course information and location on the ATLS Course Lookup Screen on the American College of Surgeons website at FACS.org. Some medical sc... More »

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Advanced Trauma Life Support courses commonly follow a two-day schedule for the student course and a half-day or one-day schedule for the student refresher course. The ATLS instructor course trains doctors who have compl... More »

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Sign up for a basic life support course and test by navigating to ACLSCertification.com and choosing either BLS Certification or BLS Recertification from the options shown. Proceed to checkout, pay for the course, comple... More »

Pediatric advanced life support, or PALS, certification can be earned by attending a 14-hour course created by the American Heart Association. The course teaches healthcare providers additional skills and knowledge regar... More »

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To obtain certification in BLS CPR, individuals must take a course taught by a trained instructor proficient in basic life support skills. The American Heart Association and the Red Cross provide information on where to ... More »

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One of the requirements to get a basic life support certificate is to complete a BLS certification class, which can be obtained by attending a few hours of classroom-based course in the American Heart Association or in t... More »

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