What is ACLS Certification?
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The moment of exam completion you will receive an instant provider card in your student account and another sent to your personal email.

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What is ACLS Certification?

Advanced Cardiac Life Support also known as Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) is a series of clinical interventions that are used in emergency situations for the treatment of respiratory arrest, cardiac complications, stroke and other critical life threatening events. ACLS also includes the knowledge needed to make appropriate clinical diagnosis and judgment when faced with several life threatening situations. Becoming proficient in ACLS usually comes after extensive study and practice. To become certified in ACLS a person generally completes a short online or offline course of instruction and then must successfully pass a certifying exam. Here at ACLS-PALS-BLS.com we provide complete online course materials, exams, and certification for those interested in learning ACLS.

ACLS certification is commonly required for many healthcare professionals or those entering the healthcare field. These include several subspecialties of nursing and several specialties of medical doctors. Medical facilities often require these certifications to be kept up to date for continued employment and many institutions of learning require certification while studying in the healthcare field. Whether you are a seasoned healthcare professional or just initiating your healthcare career ACLS-PALS-BLS.com has designed a set of comprehensive courses that can be easily completed regardless of your healthcare experience.

ACLS courses generally include guidelines that have been established by the American Heart Association (AHA) and the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR). These guidelines have recently been updated in 2010 and have been separated into algorithms that provide step by step directions to healthcare providers. ACLS algorithms have proven adaptable to help healthcare providers find and correct potentially reversible causes of life threatening cardiac arrhythmias.

ACLS certification exams are generally multiple-choice and include both basic knowledge questions and complex situational questions. Recognition of several ECG strips is often required for successful completion. Online ACLS certification courses generally do not require a hands-on skills test while offline courses often include a hands-on skills test. Both online and offline ACLS certifications are nationally accepted. To obtain your ACLS certification, sign up for our online course at ACLS-PALS-BLS.com.

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Are there additional fees for your training manuals?

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How quickly do I get my digital provider card after I take the exam?

Instantly! The test is graded automatically and then the digital provider card is sent to your personal email and user account.

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"As a new nurse, I was looking for a quick online ACLS course before I start my new job the next month, and this website was the perfect place to do that. With the downloadable learning materials and practice tests, I was able to obtain my ACLS provider card within an hour. Plus, the learning materials were concise, thorough, and easy to navigate through. I will definitely use this site again for my PALS and BLS next year when they expire!"
- Marianne Unite RN, BSN Washington
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