Healthcare providers who often respond to pediatric emergencies should consider obtaining a Pediatric Advanced Life Support certification. Having a PALS certificate will make you better equipped to handle several pediatric emergencies such as cardiovascular and respiratory emergencies, cardiopulmonary emergencies, and compensated and decompensated shock.
Over the years, we have become one of Arizona’s top training centers for pediatric emergencies and have successfully trained hundreds of healthcare professionals. If you’re looking to earn a PALS certificate, or need to renew your existing one, our course is designed for you.
Our PALS training course will equip you with the necessary knowledge to adequately respond to several pediatric emergencies. It will also improve your primary assessment skills and help you better identify any immediate life-threatening conditions. You will be able to provide the pediatric patient with high-quality CPR and successfully treat respiratory distress and failure.
Learn how to manage both stable and unstable pediatric patients with the proper choice of medication and/or electrical therapy. Our PALS classes are designed per current ASHI and American Heart Association guidelines, so you can rest assured you’re getting the latest information.
One of the advantages of opting for our PALS certification and recertification courses is flexibility when it comes to scheduling. We offer on-site, one-on-one training sessions that are engaging and informative. We also cater to larger groups and are able to provide training sessions for the entire medical staff. We understand how healthcare professionals need to manage a very busy schedule, and that’s why we strive to provide flexible hours for our classes. Feel free to schedule at your convenience.
Benefits of completing our course include:
- 2-year American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) certification
- Recertification based on American Safety Health Institute and American Heart Association CPR standards
- Get your certification card on the same day
- Latest life-saving techniques such as assessing vital signs, airway management, and shock management