Accredited, online ACLS training in Canada 🇨🇦

Accepted across North America and Canada, done in 3 hours. Up to 8 AMA CME/CE credits each.

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Course acceptance in Canada

We provide comprehensive training in ACLS, PALS, and CPR-C (BLS) courses. Our courses are designed to meet the needs of healthcare professionals looking to enhance their knowledge and skills in these critical areas.

Our courses are accepted as “Mainpro-M2” credits.

Our courses are recognized as “Mainpro-M2” credits, which means that they meet the criteria set forth by the Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation. Our ACLS course is offered by the ACLS Training Center, and it allows trainees to claim Canadian CME. You can easily record the subject and learning objectives in the MAINPORT template, along with your thoughts, conclusions, or outcomes. No additional supporting documentation is required.

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Our courses are accepted by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

Our courses are designed to meet the highest standards set by the Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation. Upon completion of our ACLS course, you can claim Canadian CME credits that are recognized by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. We are proud to offer traineeships as part of our recertification course, which meets the College’s requirements for reporting.

Fast and convenient

Our online courses are designed to be completed in as little as 3 hours, allowing you to complete your training quickly and conveniently. You can access our course materials directly on our website or print them out for offline study, and our courses are optimized to work seamlessly with iPad devices.

Instant provider eCard

As soon as you pass our course, you will receive a free instant provider eCard that is available 24/7, allowing you to demonstrate your certification to employers or regulatory bodies.

Trusted by the military and NASA

Our Pacific Medical Training branded training courses are sold proudly under contract to the U.S. Department of the Army 🇺🇸 and NASA 🚀, demonstrating our commitment to excellence and quality.

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Choose our online courses for ACLS, PALS, and BLS training, which have been available since 2007, to achieve your professional development and career growth goals in healthcare.

Comprehensive certifications and recertifications for healthcare professionals

Our online courses offer comprehensive training in ACLS, PALS, and CPR-C (BLS) certifications and recertifications. Our ACLS course provides healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills required to perform effective interventions during cardiac emergencies. Our PALS course focuses on improving pediatric emergency care skills, covering topics such as pediatric assessment, resuscitation, and team dynamics. Finally, our CPR-C (BLS) course equips healthcare professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to perform CPR and other basic life support techniques for both adults and children. Our interactive online courses allow you to complete your training at your own pace and from the comfort of your own home or office, ensuring flexibility, accessibility, and affordability. With these certifications, you can enhance your knowledge, skills, and career in healthcare, making a difference in the lives of those you serve.

Major hospitals in Canada

Hospital name Address Location
Foothills Medical Centre (Calgary) 1403 29 St NW, Calgary See the map image
University of Alberta Hospital (Edmonton) 8440 112 St NW, Edmonton See the map image
St. Paul’s Hospital (Vancouver) 1081 Burrard St, Vancouver See the map image
Vancouver General Hospital (Vancouver) Jim Pattison Pavilion, 899 W 12th Ave See the map image
Health Sciences Centre (Winnipeg) 820 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg See the map image
The Moncton Hospital (Moncton) 135 Macbeath Ave, Moncton See the map image
Health Sciences Centre (St. John’s) 300 Prince Philip Dr, St. John’s See the map image
QEII Health Sciences Centre (Halifax) 1799 Robie St, Halifax, NS B3H 3A7 See the map image
Toronto General Hospital (Toronto) 200 Elizabeth St, Toronto See the map image
Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Charlottetown) 60 Riverside Dr, Charlottetown See the map image
McGill University Health Centre (Montreal) 1001 Decarie Blvd, Montreal, Quebec See the map image

Life saving stories

Here's a few stories that warmed our heart. Just sharing and thanking you for choosing a career that helps people that need it most.

Teen who risked her life to save others from a burning building receives standing ovation for her heroic CPR skills

Shenika Chornoby, a 17-year-old from Tataskweyak Cree Nation, risked her life to save others from a burning building in northern Manitoba. She suffered from smoke inhalation and collapsed due to it. CPR was administered by a bystander, which saved her life. Chornoby's quick thinking, bravery, and selflessness saved lives that day, but it was the CPR administered to her by the bystander that saved her life. This highlights the importance of knowing CPR and receiving CPR training as it can save lives in emergency situations.

Full Story / March 10, 2023

New Brunswick Schools take a step further in saving lives by equipping every school with defibrillators and providing CPR training

The province of New Brunswick in Canada is partnering with the Heart and Stroke Foundation to equip every school with an automated external defibrillator (AED). With more than 700 cardiac arrests occurring each year in the province, experts recommend that AEDs be available in locations where large groups of people gather, and where emergency medical services may take longer to reach. Furthermore, survival rates increase when AEDs are used in combination with cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) within the first few minutes. The foundation is focused on making AEDs accessible in as many public spaces as possible, and the story highlights the importance of CPR and CPR training.

Full Story / March 1, 2023

Canadian firefighters provide combat first aid training in Ukraine, focusing on life-saving CPR techniques

Edmonton firefighters from Firefighter Aid Ukraine traveled to Kolomyia in western Ukraine to teach combat first aid training to roughly 80 doctors, paramedics, and other first responders. The training focused on how to treat injuries commonly seen in war, such as massive hemorrhages, serious internal injuries, and obstructed airways, with an emphasis on life-saving CPR techniques. The firefighters felt honored to help and acknowledged the importance of the purposeful training, knowing that those they taught will likely use those skills in the near future.

Full Story / February 2, 2023

Toddler declared dead for 3 hours after drowning in pool, saved by heroic medical team's efforts

A 20-month-old toddler named Waylon Saunders was found lifeless in a backyard pool and was declared dead for three hours. However, doctors and care teams worked tirelessly, taking turns to perform CPR, raising his body temperature, and troubleshooting organ instability. After being transferred to London Health Sciences Centre, Waylon's organs started to heal and he exceeded expectations, thanks to the CPR and the hard work of the medical teams. This story highlights the importance of CPR training in Canada, as it can save lives and give patients a chance for recovery.

Full Story / January 24, 2023

Stranger's CPR saves GTA mom from sudden cardiac arrest, highlights importance of CPR training during pandemic

Anastasiya Kaczmarek, a 27-year-old new mother from Georgetown, Ontario, suffered a sudden cardiac arrest a month after giving birth. She collapsed during a walk with her newborn and was unresponsive when found by her husband and neighbours. While waiting for paramedics to arrive, a local resident, Chris Giles, administered CPR and likely played a big role in saving her life. Kaczmarek was hospitalized for weeks and had surgery to implant a cardioverter defibrillator in her chest. Her story highlights the importance of CPR training and immediate action in cardiac arrest situations, especially during the pandemic when cardiac arrests have increased due to delayed care.

Full Story / September 17, 2021