Benefits of ACLS National

  • Lowest price (ACLS only $150)
  • Guarantee or money back
  • No hands-on testing required
  • Wallet card and free shipping included
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Best in Class Education!

  • Based on Latest AHA Guidelines
  • U.S. Distance Learning Member
  • AHA/ASA Member
  • AHA & ECC/ILCOR Guidelines for CPR
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100% Online Training

  • Personal Online Workroom
  • Private Test Results
  • Download Certification Cards
  • Unlimited Course Access
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 onlineOnline ACLS and BLS Certification Courses

With ACLS National you take a full certification course in one easy to access location, from online testing to in-depth review of course material. No more partial online testing and subsequent searching for an instructor class. Sign up for our online certification course and take advantage of our accelerated certification program. With our easy online courses you can receive a full two year ACLS and BLS certification from the convenience of home. You can access our secure online course workrooms  from any computer, laptop or iPad. As soon as you pass the certification exam we will ship new certification cards in the mail. All certification cards are valid for two years, accepted nationally, and covered by our money back guarantee. We also provide immediate PDF cards at no additional cost. Our online courses are appropriate for medical professionals and strictly based on the latest American Heart Association guidelines.

Fast and Easy to Use

Take advantage of our accelerated courses and you can earn your certification card the same day. Once you register with ACLS National you will immediately receive access to a private workroom. You can begin the course immediately or return at a later date to complete the program. Within the workroom you will find full ACLS and BLS manuals with digital images, charts and test alerts.You will be able to review the course chapters for as long as you like without time restrictions. You may also initiate a certification exam at any time. All customers also receive free exam re-takes if necessary.

Receive New Cards in Just 2-3 Days

Complete your certification course and we will ship your certification card to your home or office for free. Cards are delivered in cardboard stay flat mailers so that they arrive in perfect condition. Average shipping time is just 2-3 days. You will also be able to download a PDF of your card immediately after you pass a certification exam. PDF cards can be printed, saved for personal records or emailed to credentialing staff.

teamOnline Course Manuals

We strive for excellence in our educational manuals. Our ACLS, BLS and CPR certification courses were prepared by a team of ACLS instructors with over forty years practical experience in classrooms and hospitals. Each course manual is based on the American Heart Association guidelines and include graphs, diagrams, tables, notes and mnemonics for easy study and test recall. We also highlight instructor tips, special scenarios and helpful test alerts throughout the courses when material is likely to be represented on a certification exam.

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Almost 70% of Americans feel they are unprepared to deliver CPR or other basic life saving treatment in the face of an emergency. ACLS National is proud to support our community and families by providing free CPR and safety information in our 6 part Be A Shield series. Learn CPR, choking techniques and how to recognize and treat heat exhaustion and be a shield for your family and friends. Click here to start now.

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