Accredited, Online ACLS Trainingin New Jersey

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 New Jersey

Physicians: We are accepted by the NJ Board of Medicine because we are accredited by AMA (category 1)

45:9-7.1 Continuing medical education required as condition for biennial registration. 10. a. Except as provided in paragraph (2) of subsection d. of this section, the State Board of Medical Examiners shall require each person licensed as a physician, as a condition for biennial registration pursuant to section 1 of P.L.1971, c.236 (C.45:9-6.1), or as a podiatrist, as a condition for biennial registration pursuant to R.S.45:5-9, to complete a requisite number of credits of continuing medical education, all of which shall be in category I or category II as defined in subsection i. of this section.

i. As used in this section: “category I and category II means those categories of medical education courses recognized by the American Medical Association,

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

Each licensee must complete a minimum of 30 hours of CE credits during the two-year period preceding renewal.

d) A registered professional nurse or licensed practical nurse may obtain continuing education hours from the following: 3) Successful completion of continuing medical education courses recognized by the American Medical Association, the American Osteopathic Association or the American Podiatric Medical Association: one hour for each 60 minutes of attendance;”

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Dentists: NJ accepts BLS and ACLS as continuing education credits. Additionally, our ACLS and BLS courses are ADA accredited.

Select: Chapter 30 New Jersey Board of Dentistry Regulations 40 hours of continuing dental education iii) A maximum of five hours of continuing education credit shall be given to a student or an instructor for basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation courses and a maximum of 15 hours of continuing education credit shall be given to a student or an instructor for advanced cardiac life support courses.

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

Click on chapter 39 State board of pharmacy regulations 13:39-3A.1 Continuing education credit hour requirements a) Each applicant for biennial license renewal shall complete a minimum of 30 credits of continuing education during the preceding biennial period

13:39-3A.2 Criteria for continuing education credit a) A licensee may obtain continuing education credit from the following categories:

  1. Programs or courses offered by American Council of Pharmaceutical Education approved providers;

13:39-4.21 Procedures for physician ordered or government Sponsored immunizations performed by pharmacists 2) Current certification in the American Heart Association basic life support (BLS) protocol, the Red Cross adult cardiac pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) protocol for health care providers

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EMS workers: Our courses count in NJ as acceptable CME

New Jersey administrative code title 8. Department Of Health And Senior Services chapter 40A. Emergency Medical Technicians-Basics: Training and Certification subchapter 1. Authority, scope and definitions 37 N.J. Reg. No. 2 “CPR certification means valid certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation to the level of the professional rescuer or health care provider as issued by the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross, the National Safety Council or other entity determined by the Department to comply with AHA CPR guidelines.”

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Topics include first aid and pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Child care center staff have the option to attend a first aid/pediatric CPR training course offered through their local CCR&R or attend/hire a certified trainer/vendor. The trainer/vendor must be certified by a recognized health organization. The Pediatric CPR training course must offer a hands-on skills practice. Examples of a few of the recognized health organizations are: American Safety and Health Institute, American Red Cross, and the American Heart Association.

How to take this training: first aid and pediatric CPR training is usually offered in person. However, during the public health crisis, hybrid models may be available. Contact your local CCR&R or authorized training vendor for more information.

In-person training

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

Shore Medical Center / 5100 Medical Center Way Somers Point, NJ 08244-2340

Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County / 51113 Hospital Drive Suite 200 Willingboro, NJ 08046-1162

Kennedy Health SYstem / 518 E Laurel Rd Stratford, NJ 8002

Newark Beth Israel Medical Center / 5201 Lyons Avenue Newark, NJ 10987

Alliance Training Solutions / 5576 Valley Road Wayne, NJ 7470

Total number of locations: 30.

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.

Man suffered from cardiac arrest at the airport

A man went into cardiac arrest at Newark Liberty International Airport. He fell down hitting his head to the ground which caused minor bleeding too. Luckily Dr. Mehmet Oz was there too so he turned him over, he had turned purple. An authority police officer Jeffrey Croissant volunteered to provide CPR. He provided CPR while OZ cleared his airway. Other officers brought the defibrillator which helped them regain his pulse. The man started breathing and was conscious when they took him to the hospital.

Full Story / March 2, 2021

Two police officers saved a baby

Bruce a 21-month-old toddler took a deep breath while throwing up and choked. He went limp and blue, his parents called 911 who told them to perform CPR. Bruce's mother was a nurse so she started providing CPR to the baby. By the time two police officers Tyler Stephenson and Kevin Docherty arrived too, cleared the baby's airway. Bruce started taking shallow breaths followed by some deep breaths and became responsive. He was later taken to the hospital where he recovered.

Full Story / June 23, 2019

A girl collapsed during skating, revived by CPR

Victoria Pyott went to Jackson Skating Center with her father Robert Pyott. She was skating when she suddenly collapsed. Her father rushed to see her. She was not responding and was not breathing. Her father tried to look for a pulse but couldn't find any. That's when police arrived and started providing CPR. Then they hooked a defibrillator and regained the pulse. After she was revived, she was taken to the hospital.

Full Story / May 24, 2019

Science teacher saved a choking student's life

Julianne Downes was taking the class when she noticed that a boy had bent over and was choking apparently. The student had taken a bite more than he could chew and thus choked on it. The teacher sprang into action and started doing Heimlich. After around twenty attempts food dislodged finally and the boy was saved. It turned out that every teacher and staff member in the school was trained in CPR. It was made mandatory when a student collapsed and the teammate who was an EMT helped to save his life by CPR.

Full Story / March 25, 2019

CPR on jury duty

A 68-year-old man collapsed due to a seizure at jury duty pool. That is when Edison Police Sergeant Michael Carter jumped into action to administer CPR to the almost dying man. “My training just kicked into gear, Thankfully, I was in the right place at the right time for this gentleman,” said the heroic officer. He continued CPR while waiting for the rest of the officers to arrive with a portable defibrillator, a shock was given and EMTs arrived to stablize the man and transport him to the hospital.

Full Story / September 23, 2016

Lifeguard saves the life of a man at the pool

A lifeguard had the chance to save a life when he pulled a 24-year-old man from a pool. After a man had spotted the drowned individual he called for help and the Lifeguard quickly rushed to check for vital signs and administer CPR techniques until the EMTs and Princeton officer arrived and transported the almost dying man to a medical center.

Full Story / August 20, 2016