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ACLS Blended Learning

Blended learning is a training delivery model that combines online course content with in-person, hands-on skills evaluation. Students who complete ACLS through a blended learning program earn the same certification as students who complete a traditional classroom course. ACLS learning objectives are the same in classroom instructor-led courses and blended learning programs. 

Trusted Certification

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) - American Heart Association® 

Affordable Tuition

Part 1: $132.00 | Parts 2 and 3: $99.99


Part 1: Complete the online American Heart Association® Course

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Photo by Daviles/iStock / Getty Images

Complete "Heartcode ACLS®" through the American Heart Association®. "Heartcode ACLS®" takes the place of the lecture portion of a traditional classroom course. You can start and stop "Heartcode ACLS®" at any time, allowing you the flexibility to complete the course on your schedule.


Part 2 & Part 3: Complete a Combined Skills Practice and Testing Session

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Photo by wellphoto/iStock / Getty Images

This session incorporates skills practice and scenario based testing with an instructor. Although this is considered Part 2 and Part 3 of the blended learning program, both parts are completed in one session. Students get practice leading cardiac emergency scenarios by providing airway management, performing chest compressions, interpreting dynamic ECGs, and using a defibrillator. 

ACLS Skills Practice and Testing Session Calendar