Edson Alberta Combined BLS-ACLS-PALS-NRP Education Program Delivery
Frequently Asked Questions...
Where Will This Program Be Held?
Zoom Session One – June 13, 2022 (5:30 pm to 9:00 pm)
Zoom Session Two – June 20, 2022 (5:30 pm to 9:00 pm)
Classroom Session – June 28, 2022 (5:00pm to 10:00 pm) – (Location TBD)
Is There An In-Class Session Needed For This Program?
Yes – June 20, 2022 (Location TBD)
Do I Have To Attend The Program Live?
Yes, you will have to attend the live session. There will not be a recording. The live session is interactive and you will need to attend for the entire time.
What Equipment Will I Need To Attend The Program?
This program will be offered using zoom. We recommend that you attend the program from a computer, not your smartphone. This will give you the best experience.
Do I Need To Have A Valid BLS Certificate To Attend These Programs?
You DO NOT need to have a valid BLS Certificate to attend these Education Programs. You will receive a BLS Certificate at the end of the program.
Will I Receive A Textbook For This These Programs?
You will not be mailed a Textbook. Shortly after you register, you will receive an email with the pre-course material. You can print this material if you would prefer a hard-copy.
Do I Need To Purchase A Textbook For This ACLS Program?
No, you do not need to purchase a textbook for this program.
Do I Need To Complete A Pretest For This Program?
No-Pretest for the BLS-ACLS-PALS Portion of the Programs.
Prior to attending the In-Class Portion of the Neonatal Resuscitation Program, you will be required to review the current NRP Textbook and complete an online examination. (There is a charge to take the exam that is not covered in the course fees.) Please bring a copy of the online certificate to the in-class portion of the program.
What Certificates Will I Earn At The End Of The ACLS Program?
Canadian Heart Association – Basic Life Support (Valid For 1-Year)
Canadian Heart Association – ACLS Provider Certificate (Valid For 2-Years)
Canadian Heart Association – PALS Provider Certificate (Valid For 2-Years)
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program certificate issued by the Canadian Paediatric Society.
Will I Earn Continuing Education Credits For Attending This Program?
The short answer is yes. Each individual regulatory body will have different rules that they will apply to Resuscitation Certification. Please contact your regulatory body for more details.