Programs & Courses
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
The is highly interactive and is designed for healthcare professionals to build on (BLS) . This stresses the importance of continuous, high-quality and takes healthcare provider to the next level by highlighting the importance of high performing teams, systems of care and recognition & intervention of , , , stroke, and .
The Heart and Stroke Foundation’s delivers:
- Life-saving science to provide a boost in patient outcomes
- Realistic simulations, high-quality animations, and scenarios from real emergencies
- Immersive learning experience so you will never forget what you have seen
The Heart & Stroke Foundations is for medical professionals who either supervise or participate in the management of or other cardiovascular emergencies. This can include but is not limited to personnel in emergency response, , , and such as physicians, nurses, , , , paramedics and others who need an completion.
If you’re a medical professional who will use . Those who meet the prerequisites and pass the will be issued an card valid for 2 years. in your practice, it’s highly recommended that you take the
Evidence-based research has led to significant changes in both the content and design of the Heart & Stroke program over the years. Through the use of the latest evidence-based design and content, it is now possible to deliver a high quality program that fulfills requirements for many medical professionals.
Method of Delivery:
- consist of an online component and in-classroom component.
- Some learners want to gain an understanding of important concepts at their own pace before attending the a hands-on with a Heart & Stroke in the classroom.
- The online portion of Interim – Part 1 – Self-Directed can be completed in 6 hours.
- In-classroom courses means you are with a Heart & Stroke for their entire learning experience.
- The -led teaches the using video presentations and .
- ‘s observe the students, providing guidance and feedback to facilitate their learning experience in a fun and friendly environment.
Upon completion of this the participant will be able to:
- Respond to a cardiovascular emergency using Primary, and Secondary Assessments
- Perform high-quality with emphasis on and early defibrillation.
- Be able to recognize and stabilize patients experiencing Acute Coronary Events and Strokes.
- Recognize and stabilize patients experiencing arrhythmias.
- Understand in the use of cardiac and respiratory emergencies
- Recognize and stabilize patients experiencing a respiratory arrest
- Be familiar with the and flowcharts so that you can apply them to clinical scenarios.
- Provide of with
- Evaluate your team’s use of during a , monitor the patient’s physiologic response & provide real-time feedback to improve patient outcomes
Please ensure you order the following required student materials:
- Manual- RE5110E (print) or RE5110ED (eBook)
- 2015 Handbook of ECC for Healthcare Providers – RE0120E (print) or RE0120ED (eBook)
It is advised that you read the textbook, in its entirety, prior to the .
- Blended takes approximately 12 hours to complete, including and testing; 6 hours for online Interim portion and 6 hours for in-class component
- In-classroom takes approximately 14 hours to complete, including and testing
- is approximately 7 hours teaching time in-class
*Online training time will vary depending on the learner.
- A current Heart and Stroke Foundation BLS completion card
- BLS renewal can be done prior to the start of the
- Complete a mandatory Precourse Self-Assessment
Completion Card or
Upon of this , participants receive a card that is valid for 2 years. are eligible for (CME) credits.
- Interim – Part 1 – Cognitive Self-Directed
- Interim – Part 2 –