Pediatric Advance Life Support course offered by Creativeresol-ve Edu. co. is designated for pediatricians, nurses, paramedics, respiratory therapist, emergency physicians, and other healthcare providers who care for infants and children. PALS certification can be important for anyone who works directly with children in the healthcare field. The PALS program was created as a joint effort between the American Heart Association (AHA) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to assist professional health care providers in assessing and treating pediatric patients. The program was designed to help health care professionals streamline the treatment and care of pediatric patients to ensure providers have the special training required to deal with injuries in children and infants who require critical care.
What Is PALS?
PALS stands for pediatric advanced life support. The program was developed by the American Heart Association together with the American Academy of Pediatrics to equip health care professionals with the needed skills to effectively recognize and react to conditions in children and infants.
How Do You Get Certified?
To be PALS Certified, student must complete the PALS course in our 9am to 5pm class. Students will have a lecture and participate in a number of standard scenarios and are graded on their ability to apply the course material to those situations.
Upon successfully finishing the PALS course, you will have your course details and information processed and receive a certification card. This card verifies that you have completed the needed hours and have passed the written final exam. Certification is valid for two years. Certified students will be eligible to recertify two years after the date the class initially ended by taking a refresher course and exam that Creativeresol-ve Educate Simplify also offers.
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