+Our PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) Online Certification and Renewal Courses are Accredited and American Heart Association Guideline Based
Our PALS online recertification and initial certification courses are a convenient and affordable option for your Pediatric Advanced Life Support training needs. Our PALS classes are accepted in the U.S. and can be accessed from anywhere. We allow you to take our PALS courses from home or work. All courses we offer - BLS Certification online, ACLS training, PALS initial certification and renewal courses - offer you unparalleled flexibility and convenience.
+Is PALS Online Certification Acceptable?
Yes, you may certify or recertify with our online PALS course which is accepted in every U.S. state. Our online PALS course is acceptable for either initial certification or recertification. If you need your PALS card quickly, our online course is the perfect option. Our PALS classes are acceptable at facilities in the U.S.
+American Heart Association Guideline Based PALS Training
Our PALS tests and training materials are based on the latest AHA 2015 guidelines of the AHA PALS provider manual and standards for PALS training. The cognitive recommendations for PALS training are updated regularly, and the National ACLS Testing Center stays compliant with the latest recommendations.
+8 or 4 Continuing Education Hours Included
Upon completion of the PALS certification course you are issued 8 Continuing Education Hours and 4 Continuing Education Hours upon completing the PALS recertification course.
+Instant PALS Provider Card
We email you an immediate copy of your PALS card via email upon completion of the final exam. The instant PALS provider card is available to download anytime, and you may use the PDF card as a temporary certification. This is the best option if you are in a rush to receive your PALS card.
+Free PALS Study Material Included
Our PALS courses includes complete online study material that is accessible 24 hours a day. All course material is regularly updated with the latest AHA cognitive guidelines.