Accredited, online ACLS training in Montana

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 Montana

We teach PALS certification courses, along with ACLS and BLS. Our courses are accepted by the Montana Board of Nursing and the Montana Board of Medical Examiners.

Physicians: Our course is AMA accredited

While there are no CME requirements for physicians in Montana, your hospital may appreciate knowing we are accredited.

Nurses: We are accepted by the MT Board of Nursing because we are ANCC accredited

E. Continuing education requirements: 24 contact hours of continuing education every two years due by the time of license renewal. 24.159.2101 Standards for continuing education (1) continuing education for nurses is formal training that: (a) provides new knowledge and skills to assist with advanced clinical decision making; (b) offers greater depth of knowledge and skills in a particular area of nursing role or practice; (c) enhances professional attitudes and behaviors; (d) advances career goals; (e) promotes professional development and currency in nursing practice; (f) supports innovation and creativity in nursing practice; (g) implements change within the individual’s nursing practice and within healthcare; or (h) addresses new and developing standards of nursing practice. (2) To qualify as contact hours, continuing education courses must be approved by an accrediting organization or provided by an academic institution of higher learning, a continuing education provider, or an APRN certifying body.

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

24.138.2104 Requirements and restrictions (a) for dentists, 60 per three-year cycle. (3) courses that are unacceptable for continuing education credit include, but are not necessarily limited to, the following: (e) basic life support/CPR.

24.138.403 Mandatory certification (1) All licensed active status dentists, dental hygienists, and denturists shall possess a current cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), or pediatric advanced life support (PALS) certification. (4) Internet CPR, ACLS, or PALS courses will be accepted if a hands-on evaluation of clinical competency is also included.

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

How many hours of continuing education unit (CEU) is required for a pharmacist license?

The Board requires 1.5 CEU (15 clock hours) with a minimum of 5 hours to be obtained in an approved group setting or 2.0 CEU (20 clock hours) if you do not take at least 5 hours in an approved group program.

24.174.2106 Registered pharmacist continuing education - Approved programs (1) Continuing education programs sponsored by providers that are approved by the following organizations will automatically qualify for continuing education credit: (a) the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE);

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Tattoo artists: Our bloodborne pathogen course is acceptable in MT

37.112.129 Blood-borne pathogen exposure control (1) An establishment operator employing at least one artist shall meet the applicable requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1030, which provides standards for blood-borne pathogen exposure control as promulgated by the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The department hereby adopts and incorporates by reference 29 CFR 1910.1030. Copies of 29 CFR 1910.1030 may be obtained by contacting the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Public Health and Safety Division, Food and Consumer Safety Section, 1400 Broadway, P.O. Box 202951, Helena, MT 59620-2951.

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(2) Within 30 days of hire, teacher orientation which includes the following training must be completed: (a) current certification for infant, child, and adult CPR, infant choking response, and standard first aid CPR certification must be completed in a hands-on setting; Hybrid is accepted as long as skills are done in person Card needs to list all optional modules and components needed

In-person training

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

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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.

Swift emergency response and coordinated CPR efforts save man's life in missoula heart attack crisis

In the early hours of December 27, 2021, the Missoula Fire Department swiftly responded to a 911 call reporting a possible heart attack involving a healthy 52-year-old male. Family members had initiated CPR, and upon the arrival of Missoula Police officers and MFD Engine 131, the scene revealed the patient, Mike Rossi, on the floor. Rossi's son, a certified EMT, was administering chest compressions. Quick action ensued with the application of Fast Patches from an AED, followed by defibrillation. Engine 131 seamlessly executed pit crew CPR, joined by additional units, culminating in a successful outcome for the patient through coordinated efforts.

Full Story / December 27, 2021

31-year-old Colorado man saved by regional healthcare providers

A 31-year-old Colorado man participated in a ski mountaineering race at Whitefish Mountain Resort where he went into sudden cardiac arrest. Fortunately, three regional healthcare providers also participated in that race. They checked for a pulse and then started providing chest compressions. Ski patrol reached a location with AED in about 10 minutes, and after 30 minutes they reached down the mountain. A waiting ambulance gave him an epinephrine injection which helped him get his pulse back. He was driven to KRMC then, where he stayed until Jan 13, now he's recovering with his family in Minnesota.

Full Story / February 5, 2021

Woman in mild electric shock rescued by bystanders and responders

A woman who touched a live wire got an electric shock at a park that Saturday afternoon. Bystanders who saw the woman came to her rescue and immediately performed CPR. They stopped CPR when the woman's pulse was restored. One bystander, John who was with his daughters saw what happened John used his pen to pull the woman out of the wire. John knew he couldn't use his hand because he too would be electrocuted. Responders from the Billings Fire Department arrived and later brought her to the hospital.

Full Story / June 29, 2019

Bystander's CPR saved a life

Brett Trudo saw a man turning blue while walking out of the store. The man's wife was asking for help so he stepped in without any hesitation and checked for a pulse, when he couldn't find any pulse he started providing CPR. There was another man Jim Werner who saw Brett providing CPR to the stranger. They both alternated and provided CPR. This act saved the life of the man who later learned CPR.

Full Story / March 6, 2018