Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)


PALS Provider (Initial or Renewal).



  • Pre-course preparation
  • Classroom instructor led session
  • PALS Provider Certification by American Heart Association valid for 2 years
  • Open book Final exam
  • Small class Size
  • Personalized Focus

PALS Skills Session (Heartcode PALS Part 2)



  • eLearning, Self Directed Online Course - Part 1 (not included)
  • In-person instructor led skills Part 2
  • Must complete Heartcode PALS part 1 to attend the PALS Skills Check
  • PALS Provider Certification valid for 2 years
  • Small Class Size
  • Personalized Focus

PALS Instructor



  • AHA PALS Instructor Essentials Part 1
  • PALS Classroom Training
  • Alignment with Training Centre
  • Equipment and IT Selection
  • Ongoing Mentorship
  • Ability to teach PALS
  • Small Class Size
  • PALS Instructor Certification valid for 2 years

The American Heart Association PALS course builds on the foundation of lifesaving BLS and PALS skills, emphasizing the importance of continuous, high-quality CPR. Reflects science and education from the American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC).

The PALS Provider Course aims to improve outcomes for pediatric patients by preparing healthcare providers to effectively recognize and intervene in patients with respiratory emergencies, shock, and cardiopulmonary arrest by using high‐performance team dynamics and high‐quality individual skills. The course includes a series of case scenario practices with simulations that reinforce important concepts. For healthcare professionals who either direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest or other cardiovascular emergencies and for personnel in emergency response.

What does this course teach?

  • High-quality Child CPR AED and Infant CPR
  • Recognition of patients who do and do not require immediate intervention
  • Recognition of cardiopulmonary arrest early and application of CPR within 10 seconds
  • Apply team dynamics
  • Differentiation between respiratory distress and failure
  • Early interventions for respiratory distress and failure
  • Differentiation between compensated and decompensated (hypotensive) shock
  • Early interventions for the treatment of shock
  • Differentiation between unstable and stable patients with arrhythmias
  • Clinical characteristics of instability in patients with arrhythmias
  • Post–cardiac arrest management