Learn More about HeartCode® ACLS

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As the nurse consultant to the Sacramento Fire Department, I have found eACLS to be the perfect solution “I just Love it!!! I really appreciate the self-service because I am a second and third shift type worker. This web-site allows me to get my re-certification without having to lose sleep, rearrange my schedule, pre-registration with my employer or spend all day in a classroom. And it allows me to review anytime I like. I have already told my health care co-workers about this site. I will definitely use it again!!!”

Denise
Texas

Why ProACLS

ProACLS is a part of the ProTrainings family of courses. We have certified hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals like yourself since 2003 and specialize in e-learning solutions in health and safety. If you have questions at any point in the ACLS certification process, feel free to call, chat, or email us for assistance. We would also be happy to help you locate a skill evaluator after you have completed the online portion.

How it Works

ProACLS is proud to offer the American Heart Association® approved ACLS certification program. This is a blended online and hands-on course. Upon completion of the online and hands-on skill testing portions of the course, you will receive a genuine AHA certification card. This course is valid for both initial certification and renewals, so a current ACLS card is not required.

Register and Training

OnlineRegister & Training

Sign up and take the HeartCode® online training and exam. Print your online part one completion certificate and receive your CE credits.

Hands-on skill evaluation

Hands-onSkill Evaluation

Bring your part one certificate to an AHA® skills center to complete the hands-on skills evaluation (additional fee).

AHA Certification Card

CertificationAHA Wallet Card

Upon successful completion, your AHA instructor will issue you an official American Heart® ACLS wallet card.

Only $149.95
(plus skill evaluation fees)
Get Your ACLS Certification with ProACLS