This evidence based course prepares health care providers to either direct or participate in the management and treatment of cardiopulmonary arrest and other various cardiovascular emergencies.
Course Duration: 2 Days, 8hr days. (Renewal: 1 day, 8 hr day)
Prerequisites: Current Heart & Stroke BLS C.P.R. certification. (Only Heart & Stroke BLS C.P.R. is recognized)
Prerequisites for Renewal: Current Heart & Stroke Foundation ACLS Provider Certification
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Textbooks: Textbooks are not included in the course price. Textbooks can be purchased by calling our office. Students must have both a current textbook and current ECC Handbook for their course.
Refreshments: Free Coffee & Tea will be provided.
The ACLS course has a focus on the three following components: the crucial importance of high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to patient survival; the integration of effective basic life support (BLS) with ACLS interventions; and the importance of effective team interaction and communication during resuscitation. Our experienced instructors & small class sizes promote a positive learning environment for our students.
It is recommended that participants registering for the ACLS course be currently registered in the following disciplines: Medical Doctor, RN, LPN, Paramedic (Critical Care, Advanced Care or Primary Care), Respiratory Therapists, etc.. Students in the aforementioned professions are also welcome to register.
This course takes place at our training facility in Edmonton, Alberta, which is easily accessible for those traveling from Red Deer, Calgary and surrounding areas in Alberta. To see if this training could be provided to you at your location (clinics, Grand Prairie, Fort McMurray, etc.), please contact us.
Further Training to Consider After the Successful Completion of this Course:
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
International Trauma Life Support (ITLS)
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