Accredited, Online ACLS Training

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

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State acceptance in Colorado

Physicians: CME is not required in CO CME is not required in CO

Nurses: CME is not required in CO

While the Colorado Nurse Practice allows the Board to require CEs for renewal it is not mandatory. Therefore the Colorado State Board of Nursing does not require CEs for RNs, LPNs or APNs.

Dentists: We are accepted by the CO Board of Dentistry because we are accredited by ADA CERP

G. Continuing education requirements for dentists, Dentists issued an academic license, and dental hygienists

Effective March 1, 2022, every licensee with an active license in Colorado is required to complete 30 hours of Board approved continuing education during the 2 years preceding the next renewal period ie Feb, 2024.

For dentists, including those issued an academic license, the Board automatically accepts any course or program recognized by any of the following organizations (or a successor organization): a. American Dental Association (ADA) Continuing Education Recognition Program (CERP); c. American Medical Association (AMA) Physician Recognition Award (PRA) and credit system as category 1 credit

Click on: Dental Board Rules and Regulations

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Pharmacists: We are accepted by the CO Board of Pharmacy because we are ACPE accredited

6.00.30 Pharmacist qualifications. b. Meet one of the following qualifications:

  1. Completion of at least 40 hours of ACPE approved continuing education regarding clinical practice and 40 hours of onsite supervised clinical practice and training in the area in which the pharmacist is choosing to practice;

    19.01.10 Qualifications. b. Licensees shall be considered “trained” to administer vaccines and immunizations to a person only if: (2) The pharmacist or pharmacy intern holds a current basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification issued by the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross or a basic cardiac life support certification.

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Pharmacy Rules

EMS workers: Our courses count in CO as acceptable CME

Under More Information, click on Colorado EMS education, certification and scope of practice rules — 6 CCR 1015-3.

Department Of Public Health And Environment Health Facilities and Emergency Medical Services Division EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 6 CCR 1015-3 C) Evidence of current and valid professional level basic cardiac life support (CPR) course completion from a national or local organization approved by the department

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Tattoo artists: Our bloodborne pathogen course is acceptable in CO

Setion 7: Infection and Exposure Control Written Procedures 7-701 written procedures (b) These written procedures shall include, but are not limited to:

  1. Infectious Waste Management plan, consistent with CRS 25-15-401, including segregation, identification, packaging, storage, transport, treatment, disposal and contingency planning for blood spills or loss of containment of infectious/regulated Waste.

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We are listed on the Tri-County Health Department Body Art page at:

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All staff required by rule to be certified in first aid & CPR Licensing Rules:7.702.42E, 7.702.45B1e, 7.702.45C3, 7.702.66C

In-person training

If you prefer sit-down, in-person training for ACLS, we have you covered.

Good Compressions / 510200 W. 44th Avenue Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

STAT CPR Training / 51106 Canvasback Drive Fort Collins, CO 80525

Colorado Cardiac CPR and First Aid Training / 52323 S Troy Building 3 Suite 107 Aurora, CO 80014

Saving American Hearts / 56165 Lehman Drive Suite 202 Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Colorado Cardiac CPR and First Aid Training / 5THREE LOCATIONS Littleton: 7261 S. Broadway, Suite 12L, Littleton, CO 80122 Wheat Ridge: 10200 W. 44th Ave, Suite 142, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 Aurora: (Main Office) 10730 E. Bethany Dr., Suite 275, Aurora, CO 80014 Littleton, CO 80122

Total number of locations: 17.

Carbon neutral business

News update: We are now proud to be a carbon-neutral business and support of the Colorado Carbon Fund. See our sustainability certificate below.

We reduce carbon emissions in Colorado by collaborating with the right people, local projects, and businesses to protect our beautiful spaces & communities.

— Colorado Carbon Fund

To schedule a session, please see our to in-person skills test for CPR or for ACLS.

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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.

Survivor's mission: cpr advocate shares life-saving message after near-death experience

After Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin's recent on-field cardiac arrest, the importance of rapid medical responses remains in the spotlight. This vigilance can be a game-changer for athletes at all levels, promoting CPR and AED certification, which not all facilities require. Jordan Peak, a 21-year-old middle school science teacher, understands this significance firsthand. Nine years ago, during basketball tryouts, she suddenly collapsed, her heart stopping. CPR by a coach and parent for nine minutes saved her life. Since then, Peak has worked with Children's Hospital Colorado to promote AED access and CPR training, emphasizing their critical role in those crucial minutes before EMTs arrive. She considers it essential for everyone to be prepared to help those around them.

Full Story / January 31, 2023

Teenager saved another teenager by CPR

Keira Brach fell in the pool where Ross saw her he checked if she was breathing or had a pulse. She was not breathing, so he started providing CPR. He provided CPR for a few minutes until medical responders arrived. She was taken to the hospital where she received treatment.

Full Story / October 7, 2020

Nurse saved life of a person by CPR

Louis Cicio finished his workout and sat on his desk when one of his co-workers heard him gasping for air. He was not unresponsive so that coworker called 911. Fortunately, a former nurse was present at the office so she promptly started providing CPR. In almost 4 minutes medical rescuers arrived, they gave him four shocks, and was taken to the hospital.

Full Story / June 3, 2019

Studies show people are hesitant to perform CPR on women

A survey conducted by the University of Colorado School of Medicine on 54 people showed that men are most likely to refuse to do CPR on women as they might be accused of sexual harassment or of taking advantage of the situation to touch the woman victim inappropriately. Health practitioners, however encourage anyone who knows CPR to help people regardless of gender, or age during emergency and help save lives.

Full Story / November 5, 2018

A man's life is saved by his coworkers

A man working in construction was saved through CPR performed by his coworkers in late September. When he collapsed due to cardiac arrest, coworkers began CPR and called 911. This is the second time coworkers had found him not breathing and with no pulse. The same man collapsed at work in 2012 and was saved by his coworkers quick response and knowledge of CPR.

Full Story / October 15, 2015