Need to Get PALS Certified in Tampa?
Get PALS certified in ONE DAY!
This American Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support certification taught at our local Tampa location is designed specifically for healthcare and medical professionals that work with critically ill or injured infants and children. This certification is required for those working in environments such as pediatric intensive care units, pediatric surgery units, acute care units at children’s hospitals, etc. Our Stress-Free and Relaxed classroom environment will allow you to learn the material and perform the skills necessary to successfully complete the course. After completion you will receive a 2 year AHA PALS card immediately after class.
About Our PALS Certification Class:
All Inclusive PALS Package Includes:
Today’s Special! Thursday, March 30th 2023
$355$305 ***SAVE $50
- -FREE Reminder System – keeps you from expiring!
- -ELIGIBLE for Card Replacement Insurance
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How To Register.
- Click PALS 1stTime 1 Pay or PALS 1stTime 3 Pay in the Calendar on the desired date.
- Complete the Registration Form.
- You will be emailed a confirmation receipt and complete course details.
NEW! Two Payment Options to Choose From:
1 Payment of $305 (PALS 1stTime 1 Pay)
3 Payments of $102 (PALS 1stTime 3 Pay)
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Our instructors are very experienced and knowledgeable. Each has undergone the rigorous training required by the American Heart Association in order to be eligible to teach PALS. In addition, CPR Tampa has further trained each on how to create a relaxed, stress-free classroom. Their goal is help you be successful in acquiring your certification. In order to help assure your success, immediately after registration you will be physically mailed the required PALS manual and ECG-Pharmacology manual that will help you prepare for the course content. In addition, we will include a pre-course study plan. Most of our students spend around two weeks studying and becoming familiar with the pre-course material. There is also a pre-course online test that you will take which will point out areas in which you may need more work. The score on this pretest is not important, it’s more so just for your purposes. An overview of the course content covered in a PALS refresher course includes the following: 1 and 2 rescuer infant and child CPR, assessments, respiratory management, rhythm disturbances, IO access, team concept, respiratory, shock and cardiac emergencies. The course terminates with written and skills testing. As stated earlier, courses taught by CPR Tampa’s instructors at the Tampa location focus on providing a classroom setting that is conducive to achieving optimal learning. Our philosophy is that a stress-free and friendly environment is necessary for the highest level of material comprehension to occur. If you have any questions please call us at 813-453-9974. We are here to help you succeed! See you in class.