Hampton Inn by Hilton London – 840 Exeter Rd, London, ON N6E 1L5
Do I Need To Have A Valid BLS Certificate To Attend This ACLS Program?
BLS is included with this course. You DO NOT need to have a valid BLS Certificate to attend this ACLS Education Program.
Do I Need To Have A Valid ACLS Certificate To Attend The ACLS Renewal Program?
This is an ACLS Renewal Program, you should have a valid or recently expired ACLS Certificate (We have a six-month grace period policy). We will accept ACLS certificates from the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada and the American Heart Association.
Will I Receive A Textbook For This ACLS Program?
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 ACLS Program?
No, you do not need to complete a pretest before this ACLS program.
What Certificates Will I Earn At The End Of The ACLS Program?
Canadian Heart Association – BLS Provider Certificate (Valid For 1-Year)
Canadian Heart Association – ACLS Provider Certificate (Valid For 2-Years)
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 ACLS Certification. Please contact your regulatory body for more details.
(London Ontario) ACLS Renewal Course - September 29, 2021 (5:00 pm to 9:00 pm) × 1
I really enjoyed this course and Chris’s instruction was academic, professional and up to date with the latest guidelines. It will be very useful to have updated ACLS training and I will be recommending this course to my colleagues. Warmest thanks for a wonderful learning experience.
Hands-on, stress-free and relaxed learning environment with small groups and no pressure to perform - everything is done as a team. LOVE this program
In less than one year, the Canadian Heart Association did what the Heart & Stroke Foundation has failed to do in over thirty years.
The CHA's ACLS course was fun, engaging, and RELEVANT to my practice. We didn't waste time watching boring videos, and the hands-on training was incredible.
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