DURATION: 2 Part framework
We’ve embraced our new reality with Covid-19 and will be offering our courses using the framework below. As new evidence arises we will continue to make changes to offer a high value learning experience and to keep us all safe.
PART 1 – Live Online via Zoom: Sat – Nov 6, 2021: 6:00pm – 8:30pm
PART 2 – In-Person skills training: Sun – Nov 7, 2021: 8:00am – 1:00pm
PART 1 LIVE ONLINE
Please ensure you have:
- A Heart and Stroke resuscitation portal account (to check your user ID and password work – or to create a free account)
- Zoom software (secure version 5.0 or later – free account)
- Also, an online quiz will also be included in this portion of the course
PART 2 IN-PERSON
Here are some of the basic requirements as part of our Covid-19 Safety Plan:
- Everyone will be evaluated for health to enter the room
- Everyone must bring their own mask
- Gloves and wipes will be provided at each station
- Each station will be wiped down between participants
- Breaks at least once per hour (5 minutes)
- Stay 6’ apart
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Delivered in partnership with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, the PALS Provider course is intended for healthcare providers working in a hospital or non-hospital setting who wish to increase their skills in the emergency cardiovascular and respiratory care of children and infants. Techniques and skills for resuscitating and stabilizing infants and children in respiratory failure, cardiopulmonary arrest, or shock are introduced. The PALS Provider course utilizes case-based sessions, simulations, video presentations, didactic discussions and hands on practice to help each student achieve success in the course and in practice.
The Basic Life Support (BLS) course is required prior to completion of your PALS course and is included with your tuition. We train and certify you in these skills during your PALS course.
PALS GUIDELINES UPDATE
In Oct 2020, the latest updates of the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Guidelines were released. Our ACLS | BLS courses support current practice with the new ACLS and BLS guidelines, including the latest updates with Covid-19.
Please review the PALS Provider Manual (2015) and the PALS student materials available at Heart and Stroke Foundation (you must log in to access PALS and BLS skill videos and a precourse quiz – found in the ‘Resources’ tab). To refresh your ECG knowledge visit our SkillStat ECG Simulator. Basic ECG interpretation is a prerequisite skill. A number of other useful resources are freely available through SkillStat’s Library.
After you register, you will also receive an email with links to a number of official release documents freely available online.
WANT TO ADD ACLS PROVIDER OR RENEWAL? ECG?
Add an ACLS Provider course to your registration and save tuition $100 discount on your combined registration fees! When ACLS is offered on the same weekend as PALS, we offer the option of registering just once for both programs with our ACLS PALS Provider Combo Courses.
Receive a $75 discount when adding a ACLS Renewal. If not registering in a combo course (e.g., completing both in a single weekend), simply register for both PALS and ACLS courses on your preferred dates and receive your discount within 48 hours. View all of our ACLS Provider dates here.
Register for ECG or another course with SkillStat within 1 year and receive a 10% discount on tuition.
What if you could use more practice? Repeat the course or part of the course for the next YEAR for FREE! People do. We all benefit. Even if you feel you want more exposure after the course, you can still come sit in or audit a course.
What if you need to change dates or cancel? Check out our refund and transfer policy.
We are committed to creating a positive learning experience that is relevant to who you are and to what you do. Register today!
If you have any questions at all, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 604-990-0063. You are also welcome to register by phone.
2402 Highway 97 North
Phone: (250) 860-1212
“It was a perfect experience for me and help me to categorize problems and better decision making.” – Maryam- Maryam – PALS Provider, Vancouver