Welcome to the Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) provider Course. First and foremost, all of us at HSTCSA are truly grateful that you’ve chosen us for your training needs. Your dedication to elevating patient care through continuous professional development is commendable. To support you in this journey, we’re committed to ensuring a seamless learning experience, helping you meet and exceed your educational aspirations.
1. Pre-course test
Before your face-to-face learning session, it’s essential to complete a pre-course test. Access the pre-course test here.
Upon completing the pretest, you’ll obtain a completion certificate. Kindly upload it here:
If you’re unfamiliar with the AHA e-Learning platform, create an account here.
For guidance on account creation, please refer to the video tutorial below:
After setting up your account, follow the instructions above to finalize and upload your certificate.
2. Provider Manuals
For those opting for the E-book: Thank you for aligning with our vision to minimize our carbon footprint, contributing towards a sustainable environment. Instructions to access your E-book will be emailed to you soon (please note this can take between 1 to 5 days).
For hardcover recipients: Your provider manual will be dispatched via courier (please allow 1 to 5 days for delivery). To ensure timely delivery and avoid potential hiccups, please share the necessary delivery details below.
Note: Only complete this form if you have selected the hardcopy option for your provider manual.
The ACLS Course will teach you the lifesaving skills required to be both a team member and a Team Leader in either an in-hospital or out-of-hospital setting. Because the ACLS Course covers extensive material in a short time, you will need to prepare for the course beforehand.
3. How to prepare
You should prepare for class by doing the following:
- Review and understand the information in your ACLS Provider Manual.
- Review, understand, and pass the mandatory pre-course self-assessment.
- Ensure that your BLS skills and knowledge are current for the resuscitation scenarios. At the beginning of the ACLS Course, you will be tested on adult high-quality BLS skills, using a feedback manikin. You must know these skills in advance because the ACLS Course will not teach you how to do CPR or use an AED.
- Review the pre-course resources (Optional supplementary information)
4. What to Bring and What to Wear
Bring your ACLS Provider Manual to class (an E-book requires an electronic device). You will need it during each lesson in the course.
Please wear loose, comfortable clothing to class. You will be practicing skills that require working on your hands and knees, bending, standing, and lifting. If you have any physical condition that might prevent you from engaging in these activities, please tell an instructor. The instructor may be able to adjust the equipment if you have back, knee, or hip problems. We look forward to welcoming you. If you have any questions about the course, Please send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org