Yes. The ARC has two Advanced Life Support Courses.
This course will meet the needs of those who need more advanced skills than those taught during Basic Life Support (BLS) but who do not require the more comprehensive 2-day ARC Advanced Life Support Level 2: Advanced Life Support (ALS2/ALS) Course.
ARC Advanced Life Support Level 1: Immediate Life Support Course.
This course is advanced life support for the immediate period of crisis. It is aimed at those participating as team members in critical events. To train healthcare personnel in causes and prevention of cardiopulmonary arrest, the ABCDE approach, initial resuscitation and defibrillation (manual and / or AED) and airway management. It is an advanced life support course that covers the needs of many healthcare professionals. The course is suited to many nursing, medical and paramedical staff. A half-day recertification course is available to recertify within two years of the last certification.
ARC Advanced Life Support Level 2: Advanced Life Support Course.
This course is designed for healthcare professionals who would be expected to apply the skills taught as part of their clinical duties, or to teach them on a regular basis. This includes those expected to team lead in medical emergencies.
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