PALS Study Guide

Free Online 2020 PALS Study Guide for student who enroll in PALS Certification Course. This guide is best used on a computer or mobile device so you can click on the hyperlinks. Prepared by Candice Perez, AAS, NR-P Version 2 August 29, 2021

Partner

If you would like to offer classes at your office location or partner with us to offer them at our locations please email info@emstrainingny.com or call us 347-719-2771 M-SUN 9AM TO 5PM, we offer group discounts. Organizations and Agencies If you wish to partner with us to offer your CME and American Heart Association courses … More Partner

New Classes

We Have new classes and New Instructors so check out our Course Calendar, we have Online Instructor Courses. Students can be monitored via Video session. Course Calendar. Call, Text, or email if you need help or have questions. info@emstrainingny.com

AHA Full Code Pro

Get the App today on the App Store The AHA’s Full Code Pro App (FCP 3.0) is a free, easy-to-use, mobile application that allows healthcare providers to quickly document critical interventions during cardiac arrest resuscitation events. This app enables providers to focus on the patient without sacrificing proper documentation. This real-time app makes recording during … More AHA Full Code Pro

New Classes!!

We are Offering BLS and ACLS Provider Courses every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at our New Bronx Location, Skills testing sessions are available also. ACLS Review Courses via Zoom

CME and CEU

Continuing Medical Education Credits The American Heart Association is now able to offer Continuing Education credits through CAPCE (Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education) for EMS professionals. AHA offers CE for the following disciplines: ACLS ACLS EP BLS PALS PEARS PLEASE NOTE: EMS Continuing Education through CAPCE is only available for the U.S. market. By … More CME and CEU

COVID 19 Precautions

We will follow the CDC Recommendations for indoor mask use, if all students, and instructor are fully vaccinated they don’t have to wear a mask. Face masks and gloves remained required for unvaccinated individuals