Accredited, online ACLS training in Tennessee

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 Tennessee

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

  1. Question: How do I know whether a particular course is acceptable to the board? Answer: The course must be sponsored by an organization accredited as a sponsor of continuing medical education by either the Accrediting Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) or by a state medical association recognized by the ACCME as an intrastate accreditor of sponsors of continuing medical education, and the course must either award AMA category 1 credits or be designated by the AAFP as meeting the criteria of the AAFP’s prescribed credit.

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

40 hours of continuing education during the two calendar year cycle According to the Tennessee Board of Dentistry rules, acceptable continuing education is: Courses sponsored or approved by any of the following organizations: American Dental Association or its constituent or component societies The hours necessary to obtain or maintain C.P.R. may be counted as continuing education hours cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is defined as successful completion of a BLS healthcare provider course, or CPR/AED for the professional rescuer, or an equivalent course, which provides training for healthcare professionals in CPR and the use of an AED. The course must be conducted in person and include a skills examination on a manikin with a certified instructor.

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

Chapter 1140-05 continuing education 1140-05-.01 requirements for pharmacist license renewal. (1) Every person licensed as a pharmacist shall complete at least thirty (30) hours of continuing pharmaceutical education during each two (2) year license cycle. The required thirty (30) hours shall consist of at least fifteen (15) hours obtained through live contract programs.

1140-05-.03 recognition of programs. The board will recognize any continuing pharmaceutical education hours obtained from an ACPEapproved provider.

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According to Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1240-04-07, all staff shall obtain first aid and CPR training within ninety (90) days of employment and at least one staff member with current certification in CPR and first aid must always be on site. According to report cards and rated licensing rules for child care agencies 1240-04-01-.12(10)(11), a percentage of all staff must have current certification in first aid and CPR based on 1, 2, and 3 star rating in the child health and well-being report card component area.

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.

Mother's heartbreaking warning: Tennessee girl dies after balloon tragedy

A Tennessee mother's heartbreaking warning emerged after her 7-year-old daughter tragically died this month. Channa Kelly's cautionary tale, shared on social media, recounts the fatal incident involving a large helium balloon and smaller latex ones bought for her daughter's birthday. The mother left briefly, only to return and find her daughter entangled with the larger balloon, unconscious on the floor. Despite CPR efforts, the child couldn't be revived. Kelly urges awareness of balloon hazards, with the exact cause of death yet to be determined.

Full Story / October 10, 2023

Swift CPR and AED intervention saves High School athlete's life

During a recent basketball game at Gatlinburg-Pittman High School in Tennessee, athletic trainer Colton Jenkins sprang into action when player Kendl Reagan suddenly collapsed on the court due to a cardiac incident. Jenkins, along with the school nurse and visiting athletic trainer, provided CPR and used an AED to stabilize Reagan until EMS arrived. This swift response, coupled with access to AED equipment and proper training, saved Reagan's life. The incident underscores the importance of AED awareness and training, especially in schools where sudden cardiac arrest poses a serious risk to student-athletes.

Full Story / March 15, 2023

Teen saves life of toddler during shift at restaurant

Kaela Eads saved the life of a toddler using the training she received in a high-school CPR course. A woman ran up to the drive through window with her son in her hands. Eads sprang into action despite her doubts that training on a dummy might be insufficient. The child began breathing on his own and was taken to the hospital.

Full Story / March 4, 2017

Home team and away team football team pray for collapsed player

Linebacker Michael Roach collapsed on the field during a football game. The training staff on the field during the game got to him first and began CPR. The Putnam County Emergency Medical Services responded quickly and took over performing CPR and used a defibrillator, that is when Roach's pulse came back. While Roach was on the field and emergency services were working to get his start beating again all the players on the field took a knee and prayed together. When Roach had been removed from the field the tied game continued and Roach's team won. It was announced to the stadium that Roach was at the hospital and was breathing on his own again.

Full Story / September 2, 2016

YMCA staff save man's life

While working out at the YMCA, a man heard cries for help and when he went to see, he called 911. A man had collapsed on the floor. Christian Buitron who is the aquatics coordinator and chief lifeguard began performing CPR and used the ADE machine that was closeby. Jessica Nolan assisted Buitron as they switched off giving compressions. When paramedics arrived, the man had responded and was breathing on his own. He was taken to the hospital and has now recovered.

Full Story / April 29, 2016

Woman saved by police

Cadden, of Avon and Somerset police, said: “I managed to get to the woman just in time and stop her from falling but had the man not come to help me, I physically would not have been able to pull the woman back over the fence to safety and she may have lost her life.

Full Story / October 15, 2015