PALS Certification

PALS Certification

PALS certification includes life saving interventions for infants and pediatrics that are in respiratory and cardiac arrest. Here at United Medical Education you can complete your PALS certification completely online in under an hour. Our courses are accepted both nationally and Internationally and are accredited for continuing education credit.

PALS Online Course

The PALS certification course has been created for students of all experience levels. After registration you will receive access to a course study manual online. The study manual can also be printed for travel use. The study manual contains everything you need to successfully pass the online exam.

PALS Certification Exam Online

After reviewing the study manual a PALS pretest is available for students. Also, the PALS exam can easily be completed online through our automated system. The PALS exam is 25 multiple choice questions. Unlimited exam retakes are offered free of charge so there is no need to worry about failing the exam.

PALS Instant Provider Card

After successful exam completion our automated system will generate your instant provider card. Your PALS provider card can be viewed through your user account and will also be sent to your personal email. The instant provider card uses the same image template as a hard copy provider card assuring you instant proof of certification.

PALS Certification Nationally and Internationally Accepted

Our provider cards are both nationally and internationally accepted. All of our courses include the 2010 guidelines of the AHA and ILCOR and have been created by AHA certified physicians. Our courses have also been accredited by the AMECC for continuing education credit.

PALS Guidelines

Primary respiratory failure is the number one cause of cardiac arrest in the infant population. PALS certification training can prepare an individual for emergency situations. 70% of Americans feel helpless if they witness a cardiac arrest. Those that frequently care for the pediatric population should receive training in pediatric CPR and other life saving interventions found in the PALS course.