American Heart Association PALS Provider Classes in Houston

3845 FM 1960 ste. 400C, Houston, TX 77068

Simulations

How to Prepare for PALS?

Upon enrollment, students will receive several FREE resources to help prepare for the actual course. This will include prep work such as the PALS pretest self assessment and PALS  precourse work. You will also be able to access a copy of the PALS 2020 algorithms (most recent) and the supplementary material.

With thorough review of this content, even for first time students, you will be much more comfortable during the megacode scenarios in class. We do our best to ensure you are comfortable with the material and necessary interventions prior to joining class.

Our trainers are highly experienced and knowledgeable in their respective fields. We take a comprehensive approach to training, focusing on the development of practical skills and knowledge that can be used to improve survival rates. Our trainers are passionate about helping you succeed, and with their expertise and guidance, our customers can be confident that they will gain the necessary skills and understanding to effectively perform CPR.

Incredible Training Sites

Whats Different?

At CPR Certifications By Cardiox, we strive to find the best training locations for our customers. We offer a number of high-quality venues that provide a comfortable atmosphere, as well as all of the necessary amenities and equipment.

Our selection process ensures that each location is suitable and up to our standards, ensuring a positive experience for all participants. With the convenience and cost savings of booking through us, customers will have more time to focus on their training. We believe that having great training locations can make all the difference in providing successful learning experiences.

We are continually searching for new training sites to open so you can have access to a nearby, convenient location that you’ll enjoy returning to every 2 years when you need to renew. Feel free to search “Cardiox Care” online and see what others experiences are in our facilities.

No Corners Cut!

Professional Equipment

Prestan Manikins –  1-to-1 student-mannequin ratios. High quality manikins with a revolutionary rate monitor that offers instant feedback via LED’s. Listen and feel the confirmation clicks, leave class feeling confident and prepared to provide high quality CPR in any scenario.

Bag Mask Devices – Practice bag-mask ventilations with both infants and adults.

Anti-Choke Vests –  These give you a realistic impression on the pressure it takes to be successful with the heimlich maneuver. Due to it not being mandatory, many companies don’t bother including it, we do!

Sanitizer – Equipment is sanitized after every class. You also have access to multiple hand sanitizing dispensers throughout class.

 

Your Comfort Matters!

ACLS Recertification

Amenities

Herman Miller Caper Chair – Winner of a NeoCon Gold Award for task seating, the Caper Stacking Chair offers exceptional comfort and performance. Its design features a contoured molded polypropylene back with perforations & flex net seating to help maintain body temperature during long periods of sitting.

“Comfee” Coolers – Feeling warm after several sets of high quality impressions? Grab a FREE drink from our coolers to cool down set to 34F. Too cold? We also have room temp drinks available to you.

“Need” Desks – Smooth, high quality desks that stand out vs the cheap, narrow lifetime desks you typically find in CPR classes. “

 

Schedule Your AHA PALS Class Below! (From $115)

AHA PALS Provider - Full Course

No worries, we have you covered!

This is the most simple option there is, you enroll for the AHA PALS class, show up, review all the didactic portion through videos and mega-code practice in class. 

You will then take the exam after thorough mega-code practice & videos reviewed during class.

You will have your certification before leaving class! We’ll take care of you from start to finish.

CLASS INCLUDES: Airway management, Shock management, advanced CPR & med administration

CLASS DURATION: 2.5-4 Hours

CERTIFICATION DURATION: 2 Years

AHA PALS - Full Course Calendar

ADDRESS: 3845 FM 1960 ste. 400C, Houston, TX 77068

AHA PALS - Skills

The AHA PALS Skills Session includes 2 parts:

Part 1 – Purchase the PALS HEARTCODE directly from the AHA website. 

Part 2 – Come to an in-person skills to put it into practice from everything you learned online.

CLASS INCLUDES: Airway management, Shock management, advanced CPR & med administration

CLASS DURATION: 4-6 Hours Online / 2 Hours In Class

CERTIFICATION DURATION: 2 Years

**We do not recommend this option as you will save time & money taking the full course with us**

AHA PALS - Skills Calendar

ADDRESS: 3845 FM 1960 ste. 400C, Houston, TX 77068

Invite Your Friends & Family!

Group Classes (4+)

Have a group of your closest friends or colleagues who want to learn from the best? We can set aside time for you and create an unforgettable experience! This is available in-office or at your location!

Company Classes (6+)

Certified employees are more likely to perform CPR in times of emergency. Our 1:1 student mannequin ratios will give your staff the skills they need for this task without feeling overwhelmed or underprepared.​

There's a course for everyone, see what's best for you below!

BLS, CPR/FA/AED, ACLS, & PALS

BASIC LIFE SUPPORT

     Basic Life Support, or BLS, generally refers to the type of care that first-responders, healthcare providers and public safety professionals provide to anyone who is experiencing cardiac arrest, respiratory distress or an obstructed airway..

     Basic Life Support, or BLS, generally refers to the type of care that first-responders, healthcare providers and public safety professionals provide to anyone who is experiencing cardiac arrest, respiratory distress or an obstructed airway..

Professions that require aha BLS certification include nurses (RN), nursing students, doctors, medical assistants, hospital technicians, dental assistants, EMT, physical and occupational therapists, firefighters, paramedics, dentists, respiratory therapists, and more. But you don’t have to be a medical professional to get BLS certification.

– High-quality CPR for adults, children, and infants
– Important early use of an AED
– Effective ventilations using a barrier device
– Importance of teams in multi-rescuer resuscitation and performance as an effective team member during multi-rescuer CPR
– Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults and infants

Depending on the organization you need, the basic life support (BLS) courses can last anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours. This is due to our 1-to-1 student-mannequin ratios that enable more hands-on practice in a shorter period.

For Basic Life Support (BLS), if you’re taking the full class with us, you just show up! Well take care of the rest.

If you are taking any blended option (skills session), whether with the American Heart Association (AHA), American Red Cross (ARC), or American Health & Safety Institute (ASHI), you will need to complete an online component prior to attending class. 

CPR/FA/AED

First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, and Automated External Defibrillator refers to the different types of care available for layman/public responders to provide for an emergency

First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, and Automated External Defibrillator refers to the different types of care available for layman/public responders to provide for an emergency

The course is designed for anyone with little or no medical training.

– First aid basics (cuts, nose bleeds, burns, heat exhaustion, etc.)
– Medical emergencies
– Injury Emergencies
– Environmental emergencies
– Preventing illness and injury
– Adult CPR and AED use
– Opioid-associated life-threatening emergencies
– Optional modules in Child CPR AED and Infant CPR

Depending on the organization you need, the CPR / FA / AED class variations can last anywhere from 1 to 3 hours. This is due to our 1-to-1 student-mannequin ratios that enable more hands-on practice in a shorter period.

For CPR/FA/AED courses, we offer the blended option (skills session).

Whether with the American Heart Association (AHA), American Red Cross (ARC), or American Health & Safety Institute (ASHI), you will need to complete an online component prior to attending class.

Go through the registration process for more details on these blended options.

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support emphasizes providing high-quality patient care by integrating rhythm interpretation, electrical interventions, and pharmacologic knowledge with critical thinking, problem-solving

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support emphasizes providing high-quality patient care by integrating rhythm interpretation, electrical interventions, and pharmacologic knowledge with critical thinking, problem-solving

For healthcare professionals who either direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest or other cardiovascular emergencies and for personnel in emergency response

– Building on your Basic life support skills, including effective chest compressions, use of a bag-mask device, and use of an AED
– Recognition and early management of respiratory and cardiac arrest
– Recognition and early management of peri-arrest conditions such as symptomatic bradycardia
– Airway management
– Related pharmacology
– Management of ACS and stroke
– Effective communication as a member and leader of a resuscitation team

Advanced Cardiovasular life Support (ACLS) can last anywhere from 1.5-4 hours.

This does not include any prep work that is required prior to class. If you were to consider this, it can last from 5-10 hours.

The prep work required will depend on your status as a renewal or initial student and your experience / knowledge base on ACLS. 

For Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) , depending on if youre an initial or renewal. You will either need to complete the pre-test (if renewing) or both the pre-test and pre-course work (if you’re an initial).

The ACLS pre-test generally last 30 minutes with each attempt. You need a passing score of 70%.

The ACLS pre-course work can last, on average, anywhere from 4-6 hours. This is mandatory for first time students.

The statements above do not include any additional studying you feel necessary to adequately prepare for the ACLS class.

Pediatric Advanced Life Support

Highlights the Advanced Life Support for Pediatrics.

Highlights the Advanced Life Support for Pediatrics.

PALS is geared toward healthcare providers who respond to emergencies in infants and children and for personnel in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care and critical care units

Throughout your PALS course, you’ll learn to assess, recognize and provide high-quality care to pediatric patients experiencing life-threatening medical emergencies, including shock, cardiac and respiratory events, and how to provide care after the return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) during a resuscitation effort.

Pediatric Advanced life Support (PALS) can last anywhere from 1.5-4 hours.

This does not include any prep work that is required prior to class. If you were to consider this, it can last from 5-10 hours.

The prep work required will depend on your status as a renewal or initial student and your experience / knowledge base on PALS. 

For Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) , depending on if you’re an initial or renewal. You will either need to complete the pre-test (if renewing) or both the pre-test and pre-course work (if you’re an initial).

The PALS pre-test generally last 30 minutes with each attempt. You need a passing score of 70%.

The PALS pre-course work can last, on average, anywhere from 4-6 hours. This is mandatory for first time students.

The statements above do not include any additional studying you feel necessary to adequately prepare for the PALS class.

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