PALS Recertification & Renewal

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Recertify PALS certification at your own pace, anytime, and from anywhere with our industry-compliant course module.

  • Unlimited exam retakes
  • Stay updated on OSHA and ECC guidelines
  • Two-year valid course card
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Course Details

Chapters CE Credits Validity Price Duration ECC Exam Attempts Wallet Card
08 4.0-8.0 2 Year $119.00 3-4 Hrs Compliant Unlimited Download/Mail/Print

What to Expect With PALS Recertification?

When you choose to renew PALS certification, you can refresh your skills with:

  • Pediatric assessment techniques, airway management, and medication administration.
  • Respiratory and cardiac emergencies in any pediatric patient and provide prompt interventions.
  • Streamlined approach to pediatric assessment using evidence-based assessments and diagnostic examinations.
  • Interpreting cardiac rhythm and effective resuscitation techniques.
  • Perform specific interventions for infants and children facing cardiac emergencies.
  • Trauma assessment, intervention techniques, and stabilization approach during critical situations.
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Advantages of Online PALS Recertification

PALS renewal online is an excellent alternative to traditional classroom-based learning modules, and here is why:

  • Create your own schedule: Our online PALS recertification classes are available 24 hours a day for you to set your schedule and complete it.
  • Instant exam results: Expect your exam results instantly following your online PALS recertification assessment, and download a digital certification card.
  • Stay prepared: PALS recert online equips you with the necessary knowledge and skills to stay prepared and act promptly during pediatric emergencies.
  • Credit hours: Acquire 4.0 continuing medical education credit hours, quantifying the expected instructional time per week.
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Who Should Take This Course?

Take the PALS refresher course if you are a healthcare professional who has previously completed the certification and needs to renew it. This includes:

  • Doctors, including neonatologists, pediatric cardiologists, and pediatric surgeons.
  • Neonatal intensive care unit nurses, pediatric home care nurses, and pediatric oncology nurses.
  • Pediatric paramedics, critical care unit paramedics, and mobile intensive care unit paramedics.
  • Emergency medical technicians include advanced (AEMT), basic (EMT-B), and paramedic EMT (EMT-P).
  • And other healthcare providers like respiratory therapists and physician assistants.
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Course Overview

  • Why should I renew my PALS certification?
    1. You must renew your PALS certification to stay updated with the latest guidelines and practices concerning pediatric care. Renewal will equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills to save lives. Moreover, it will also boost your job opportunities, leading to better career growth. This certification is a must in several organizations, which makes online PALS renewal essential.
  • Are online PALS recertification courses valid and accepted?
    1. Yes, our online PALS recertification courses are valid and are nationally accepted by the Postgraduate Institute of Medicine (PIM). We have board certifications from AGD (Academy of General Dentistry), AMA (American Medical Association), ANCC (American Nurses Credentialing Center), and ACPE (Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education).
  • When do I receive a PALS provider card?
    1. You can receive a PALS provider card as soon as you complete and pass the recertification examination. You can download the digital certification card from your email. Take the quiz, renew PALS online, print your certification right away and use it for your next resuscitation.
  • How many CEU credits do I earn with PALS renewal through ACLS?
    1. With our PALS renewal course, you can earn up to 4.0 continuous education credits through organizations such as AGD (Academy of General Dentistry), AMA (American Medical Association), ANCC (American Nurses Credentialing Center), and ACPE (Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education).
  • Can I recertify if my PALS certification has expired?
    1. Yes, you can definitely certify your PALS certification if it expires. However, we would recommend that you not let the certification lapse for more than 60 days. Instead, do your PALS renewal online timely, before the expiration date for providing continuous pediatric support. Moreover, employers often make the certification a mandate, which is why you must renew it timely.
  • How long does the PALS recertification course take?
    1. PALS recertification online takes approximately four hours to complete. You can create a schedule to take the recertification examination anytime, from anywhere, and at your own pace. Moreover, you can stop and restart the course as per your own convenience.
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Our Courses

PALS Certification

  • 4.0 – 8.0 CE Credit Hours
  • For Medical Fields
  • Includes CPR & First Aid
  • Bag-Mask Techniques

$119.00 $169.00

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ACLS Certification

  • 4.0 – 8.0 CE Credit Hours
  • For Pediatric Responders
  • Includes Videos, Megacode Scenarios, Practice Tests & More

$119.00 $169.00

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BLS Certification

  • 6.0 CE Credit Hours
  • For Medical Fields
  • Includes CPR & First Aid
  • Bag-Mask Techniques
  • Follows Updated Guidelines

$36.95 $39.90

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