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(2 Year Certification)

Recommended for: Any healthcare professionals and medical personnel who may respond to pediatric emergencies.

Running Time: 4 - 15 Hours (Depending on Format)


Pediatric Advanced Life Support

Taking a PALS Class


When you enroll in Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) training from Heart Life CPR, you'll gain the knowledge and skills you need to provide advanced care to your community. Designed specifically for healthcare providers and first responders, our courses will not only help you learn to assess, recognize and provide high-quality care to adult patients experiencing life-threatening medical emergencies, including shock, cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, and respiratory events, but will also streamline your resuscitation training, improve skills retention, and better serve patients.

The PALS training curriculum is scientifically equivalent to other courses, including all standard scientific learning objectives necessary for professional certification, including rhythm interpretation, electrical interventions and pharmacologic knowledge. In addition, through the use of interactive scenarios, they will also challenge your critical-thinking, problem-solving and teamwork skills, which can help you respond on scene with ease and confidence, and ultimately help you better serve your community. 

A PALS certification, or Pediatric Advanced Life Support certification, is given when you are properly trained to deal with life-threatening situations involving children. A variety of medical institutions and hospitals use PALS procedures. PALS is not for lay people. Only medical professionals will take PALS as you need to have access to drugs and ECG machines to administer the proper procedures. Professions that use PALS in their training include doctors, nurses, first responders, firefighters, medical students, and paramedics.

Upon successful completion of the PALS course, you'll receive a two-year certification. 

We are credentialed by: 

  • The American Heart Association

  • The American Red Cross

  • American Safety and Health Institute