Our training programs

We offer the following training programs throughout Québec and Eastern Ontario

ACLS

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support

PALS

Pediatric Advanced Life Support

PEARS

Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization

NRP

Neonatal Resuscitation Program

ACLS

Our ACLS Provider course will assist you in honing your skills as a healthcare team member in simulated scenarios that replicate actual cardiac emergencies that may arise during your professional life. Excellent CPR, high-performance team dynamics and communication, recognition and intervention of cardiopulmonary arrest, acute dysrhythmia and acute coronary syndromes will all be included in these simulations.

The course format is a blended learning style where you complete the online training at your own pace and the instructor-led, in-class portion when you are ready.

Prerequisite

Materials

What you will learn

Duration

Combination of online, self-paced, and 10-hour classroom instruction

ACLS (renewal)

Our ACLS Renewal Provider course will assist you in honing your skills as a healthcare team member in simulated scenarios that replicate actual cardiac emergencies that may arise during your professional life.

Excellent CPR, high-performance team dynamics and communication, recognition and intervention of cardiopulmonary arrest, acute dysrhythmia and acute coronary syndromes will all be included in these simulations.

Prerequisite

Materials

Duration

6-hour classroom instruction

PALS

Our PALS Provider course will assist you in honing your individual skills as a member of a healthcare team in simulated real-life scenarios that closely resemble your professional life and require you to identify and manage cardiovascular emergencies involving pediatric patients, such as cardiopulmonary arrests.

High-quality CPR, effective team dynamics and communication, and a methodical pediatric assessment process that incorporates the evaluate-identify-intervene sequence will all be included in these simulations.

The course format is a blended learning style where you complete the online training at your own pace and the instructor-led, in-class portion when you’re ready.

Prerequisite

Materials

What you will learn

Duration

a combination of online, self-paced, and 9-hour classroom instruction

PALS (renewal)

Our PALS Renewal Provider course will assist you in honing your individual skills as a member of a healthcare team in simulated real-life scenarios that closely resemble your professional life and require you to identify and manage cardiovascular emergencies involving pediatric patients, such as cardiopulmonary arrests.

High-quality CPR, effective team dynamics and communication, and a methodical pediatric assessment process that incorporates the evaluate-identify-intervene sequence will all be included in these simulations.

Prerequisite

Materials

Duration

5-hour classroom instruction

PEARS

PEARS is an intermediate pediatric skills course that expands on BLS principles called Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS) Provider. It can serve as a stepping stone for certification in Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). Healthcare professionals who occasionally treat pediatric patients are better prepared to assist in the initial management of respiratory and shock emergencies, as well as cardiopulmonary arrest.

PEARS is intended for first responders and healthcare professionals who treat patients in large urban health centers, schools, and rural health centers with staff members having varying scopes of practice.

Students will learn how to administer appropriate life-saving interventions within the first few minutes of responding until the child is transferred to advanced life support care through active case-based instruction.

Content

Duration

8-hour classroom instruction

NRP

The Neonatal Resuscitation Program introduces the ideas and techniques of neonatal resuscitation. This course is intended for all healthcare professionals such as physicians, residents, nurses, respiratory therapists, paramedics and midwives, who are confronted with abnormal and normal births as a function of their work.

Training objectives

Content

Duration

4 hours classroom instruction

Upcoming courses

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