- Official Course Name:
- ACLS (Initial Course)
- Safety Organization:
- American Heart Association
- Class Dates/Times:
Wednesday Feb 23, 2022 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Thursday Feb 24, 2022 9:00 AM - 3:30 AM
- Training Location:
- Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital
415 S. 31st Avenue
Yakima, WA 98902
- Seats Left:
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Cascade Training Center provides official American Heart Association ACLS Courses.
Cascade Training Center does not offer refunds once your registration is complete. If you are unable to attend your scheduled course, we offer one free course transfer but you must contact the Training Center at least 48 hours before the start of the course.
The ACLS Provider Course is designed to teach providers the knowledge and skills necessary to evaluate and manage adult cardiovascular emergencies. Students are expected to participate in lectures, learning stations, review stations, and skills testing scenarios. The ACLS curriculum includes:
- Respiratory Emergencies
- - Recognize and perform early management of respiratory arrest
- Pre-Arrest Emergencies
- - Bradycardia
- - Stable Tachycardia
- - Unstable Tachycardia
- - Acute Coronary Syndromes
- - Treatment of Stroke
- Cardiac Arrest
- - Simple VF/VT
- - Complex VF/VT
- - PEA
- - Asystole
Upon successful course completion, you will be issued an official AHA ACLS provider eCard.
The American Heart Association requires each student to have access to their own current AHA ACLS Provider Textbook prior to, during and after the ACLS course. If you do not have access to a textbook, you can purchase one during your registration. If you would like your textbook shipped to you before the course, please select the shipping option at the time of checkout. Your textbook will be shipped within 3 business days to the address supplied during course registration.
The ACLS Pre-course Self-Assessment helps evaluate knowledge necessary to be successful in the ACLS Provider Course and determines the need for additional review and practice.
ACLS Precourse Self-Assessment can be found here: