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LBW Training Center - BLS, ACLS, PALS
 
LBW Training Center - BLS, ACLS, PALS

LBW Training Center is an authorized American Heart Association (AHA) training center for CPR, BLS, ACLS, & PALS. We also offer TNCC, ENPC, NRP, and community courses for CPR/AED & First Aid. Courses are offered in Mesa, Chandler, Scottsdale, Phoenix, Glendale, & across Arizona, with daily classes in Tempe.  All provider cards are issued the same day!!!

This is a BLS Renewal course for Healthcare Providers. We will review the current standards for Basic Life Support as set forth by the American Heart Association including CPR, AED, and choking. THE AHA REQUIRES THAT YOU BRING THE CURRENT TEXT TO CLASS WITH YOU.

This class is intended for those that are renewing their BLS Provider certification.

This is a BLS for Healthcare Providers course. We will review the current standards for Basic Life Support as set forth by the American Heart Association including CPR, AED, and choking. THE AHA REQUIRES THAT YOU BRING THE CURRENT TEXT TO CLASS WITH YOU.

This class will satisfy both the initial and renewal requirements for BLS Provider certification.

LBW Training Center  now offers Blended Learning HeartCode Courses  from the American Heart Association.

Online courses are an efficient, high-quality alternative to classroom-based training and allow us to meet our students’ diverse learning needs and address the demands of your busy schedules.

As a student, you’ll enjoy:

  • Learning and practicing at your own pace
  • Flexibility to complete online training at home or work
  • Extra help through challenge questions, skills practice, and skills testing
  • Ability to review refresher information for up to 24 months
  • All blended learning courses include the current provider manual and skills sessions

The skills session is for those that have already completed the online class, but did not purchase the AHA HeartCode online course from LBW Training Center.  The hands-on skills session meets the requirements for HeartCode parts II & III.  Your provider card will be issued upon successful completion of your skills session.  

If you don't see a time and date below that works with your schedule, please call us, (602) 283-0079,  to schedule an appointment at no additional cost.  We offer skills sessions throughout the day, several days each week.

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) healthcare providers enhance their treatment abilities through ACLS training. From basic life support to advanced interventions and from airway management to pharmacology and more.  This ACLS initial 2 day course is designed for any healthcare provider who is not proficient in cardiac situations, is taking ACLS for the first time, or has allowed their card to expire.

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION REQUIRES THAT YOU HAVE THE CURRENT PROVIDER MANUAL IN CLASS WITH YOU.

The (AHA)  requires that you complete the pretest with a score of 70% or better before you come to class. Print out your score and bring it with you on the day of the course.  You can access and take the pretest as many times as necessary.  We have provided the link and code words below:

www.heart.org/eccstudent

Enter code: acls15

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) healthcare providers enhance their treatment abilities through ACLS training. From basic life support to advanced interventions and from airway management to pharmacology and more, professionals hone their skills.  This ACLS renewal course is designed for the experienced ALS health care provider who is comfortable with cardiac information, working in ED, any Intensive/Critical Care Unit, Paramedicine or has had the course several times.

 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION REQUIRES THAT YOU HAVE THE CURRENT PROVIDER MANUAL IN CLASS WITH YOU.

The (AHA)  requires that you complete the pretest with a score of 70% or better before you come to class. Print out your score and bring it with you on the day of the course.  You can access and take the pretest as many times as necessary.  We have provided the link and code words below:

www.heart.org/eccstudent

Enter code: acls15

LBW Training Center  now offers Blended Learning HeartCode Courses  from the American Heart Association.

Online courses are an efficient, high-quality alternative to classroom-based training and allow us to meet our students’ diverse learning needs and address the demands of your busy schedules.

As a student, you’ll enjoy:

  • Learning and practicing at your own pace
  • Flexibility to complete online training at home or work
  • Extra help through challenge questions, skills practice, and skills testing
  • Ability to review refresher information for up to 24 months
  • All blended learning courses include the current provider manual and skills sessions

For healthcare providers who initiate and direct advanced life support in pediatric emergencies, the American Heart Association’s PALS initial 2 day course is a valuable training tool to improve outcomes for critically ill infants and children.  This course is designed for any healthcare provider who is not proficient in pediatric situations, is taking PALS for the first time, or has allowed their card to expire.

 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION REQUIRES THAT YOU HAVE THE CURRENT PROVIDER MANUAL IN CLASS WITH YOU.

 The (AHA)  requires that you complete the pretest with a score of 70% or better before you come to class. Print out your score and bring it with you on the day of the course.  You can access and take the pretest as many times as necessary.  We have provided the link and code words below:

www.heart.org/eccstudent

Enter code: pals15

 

For healthcare providers who initiate and direct advanced life support in pediatric emergencies, the American Heart Association’s PALS course is a valuable training tool to improve outcomes for critically ill infants and children.  This PALS renewal course is for the experienced health care provider who is comfortable with pediatric information, works in ED, PICU, NICU, Pediatrics and Paramedicine or has had the class numerous times.

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION REQUIRES THAT YOU BRING THE CURRENT PROVIDER MANUAL TO CLASS WITH YOU.

 The (AHA)  requires that you complete the pretest with a score of 70% or better before you come to class. Print out your score and bring it with you on the day of the course.  You can access and take the pretest as many times as necessary.  We have provided the link and code words below:

www.heart.org/eccstudent

Enter code: pals15

LBW Training Center  now offers Blended Learning HeartCode Courses  from the American Heart Association.

Online courses are an efficient, high-quality alternative to classroom-based training and allow us to meet our students’ diverse learning needs and address the demands of your busy schedules.

As a student, you’ll enjoy:

  • Learning and practicing at your own pace
  • Flexibility to complete online training at home or work
  • Extra help through challenge questions, skills practice, and skills testing
  • Ability to review refresher information for up to 24 months
  • All blended learning courses include the current provider manual and skills sessions

The skills session is for those that have already completed the online class, but did not purchase the AHA HeartCode online course from LBW Training Center.  The hands-on skills session meets the requirements for HeartCode parts II & III.  Your provider card will be issued upon successful completion of your skills session.  

If you don't see a time and date below that works with your schedule, please call us, (602) 283-0079,  to schedule an appointment at no additional cost.  We offer skills sessions throughout the day, several days each week.

The Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) is an educational program jointly sponsored with the American Heart Association (AHA). The course has been designed to teach an evidence-based approach to resuscitation of the newborn to hospital staff who care for newborns at the time of delivery, including physicians, nurses and respiratory therapists. Since the inception of the NRP in 1987, over 3 million individuals in the United States and a countless number of individuals abroad have been trained in NRP. The 7th Edition is based on simulation methodology, enhancing development of critical leadership, communication and team work skills.

This course covers basic electrophysiology, normal ECG measurements, basic arrhythmias, and the administration of appropriate drugs within the advanced life support algorithms.  This course is for healthcare professionals, as well as healthcare students, who participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest or other cardiovascular emergencies.  This includes personnel in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care and critical care units such as physicians, nurses, paramedics, and others who require this specialized knowledge for their job.  It also provides an excellent foundation in heart rhythms and pharmacology before taking advanced life support classes such as ACLS or PALS.

All materials required for this class are included in the course fee. Optional ECC Handbook is available for purchase.

LBW Training Center  now offers Blended Learning HeartCode Courses  from the American Heart Association.

Online courses are an efficient, high-quality alternative to classroom-based training and allow us to meet our students’ diverse learning needs and address the demands of your busy schedules.

As a student, you’ll enjoy:

  • Learning and practicing at your own pace
  • Flexibility to complete online training at home or work
  • Extra help through challenge questions, skills practice, and skills testing
  • Ability to review refresher information for up to 24 months
  • All blended learning courses include the current provider manual and skills sessions

LBW Training Center  now offers Blended Learning HeartCode Courses  from the American Heart Association.

Online courses are an efficient, high-quality alternative to classroom-based training and allow us to meet our students’ diverse learning needs and address the demands of your busy schedules.

As a student, you’ll enjoy:

  • Learning and practicing at your own pace
  • Flexibility to complete online training at home or work
  • Extra help through challenge questions, skills practice, and skills testing
  • Ability to review refresher information for up to 24 months
  • All blended learning courses include the current provider manual and skills sessions

TNCC provides you with core-level trauma knowledge and skills in an interactive format.  The cognitive portion presents a systematic standardized approach to nursing care of the patient.  The hands-on skill stations give you the opportunity to practice and apply new concepts in a safe learning environment.

ENPC is a 16-hour course designed to provide core-level pediatric knowledge and psychomotor skills needed to care for pediatric patients in the emergency setting. The course presents a systematic assessment model, integrates the associated anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology and identifies appropriate interventions. Triage categorization and injury prevention strategies are included in the course content. ENPC is taught using a variety of formats including, online learning, lectures, videos, group discussion and hands-on skill stations that encourage participants to integrate their psychomotor abilities into a patient situation in a risk-free setting.

ENA’s Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course 4th edition provides participants the opportunity to strengthen and develop their pediatric emergency nursing skills while expanding their personal growth by collaborating with nurses from a variety of practice settings. ENPC brings together participants from various emergency department settings as well as nurses working in other specialties.

Become an AHA Instructor

Thank you for your interest in becoming an American Heart Association (AHA) Instructor. LBW Training Center takes great pride in our role of developing and mentoring instructors. We have trained hundreds of instructors to confidently and professionally present this incredibly valuable information.

The following is a brief outline of what’s involved in instructor training.  First, anyone interested in becoming an instructor, must hold a current “Provider Level” certification from the AHA (meaning you hold a current BLS, ACLS, and/or PALS certification).  You’ll be asked to present a copy of this certification during your instructor training.

Second, you’ll need to complete the AHA’s “Instructor Essentials” course for each discipline you wish to teach. This is an interactive self study course that focuses on basic teaching principals and methodology.  Next, we will meet with you individually for a Training Center Orientation. We will explain your role and responsibilities as an instructor, our responsibility as your training center, the hierarchy of the AHA and all the administrative components involved in being an instructor.

Finally,  you will join us for one of our classes as an assistant instructor. This will give you an opportunity to ease into the role of an instructor.

Once these requirements have been met the instructor will be able to teach on their own. However, if an instructor chooses, they may assist with as many additional classes as they wish. LBW’s role as the instructor’s Training Center, is one of on going instructor support. We simply wish to give instructors every resource possible so they feel comfortable and confident teaching this material.

Please call (602) 283-0079 to schedule your appointment with our Training Center Coordinator, or email Frank@LBWtrainingcenter.com.

Each instructor course requires the AHA Instructor and Provider Manuals and the AHA Course DVD.  The required AHA online instructor essentials course module is included with your purchase.

Mannequins, videos, student manuals, certification cards and other teaching supplies are additional expenses you may incur.  When you’re ready to begin, give us a call! We’re looking forward to hearing from you.

Become an AHA Instructor

Thank you for your interest in becoming an American Heart Association (AHA) Instructor. LBW Training Center takes great pride in our role of developing and mentoring instructors. We have trained hundreds of instructors to confidently and professionally present this incredibly valuable information.

The following is a brief outline of what’s involved in instructor training.  First, anyone interested in becoming an instructor, must hold a current “Provider Level” certification from the AHA (meaning you hold a current BLS, ACLS, and/or PALS certification).  You’ll be asked to present a copy of this certification during your instructor training.

Second, you’ll need to complete the AHA’s “Instructor Essentials” course for each discipline you wish to teach. This is an interactive self study course that focuses on basic teaching principals and methodology.  Next, we will meet with you individually for a Training Center Orientation. We will explain your role and responsibilities as an instructor, our responsibility as your training center, the hierarchy of the AHA and all the administrative components involved in being an instructor.

Finally,  you will join us for one of our classes as an assistant instructor. This will give you an opportunity to ease into the role of an instructor.

Once these requirements have been met the instructor will be able to teach on their own. However, if an instructor chooses, they may assist with as many additional classes as they wish. LBW’s role as the instructor’s Training Center, is one of on going instructor support. We simply wish to give instructors every resource possible so they feel comfortable and confident teaching this material.

Please call (602) 283-0079 to schedule your appointment with our Training Center Coordinator, or email Frank@LBWtrainingcenter.com.

Each instructor course requires the AHA Instructor and Provider Manuals and the AHA Course DVD.  The required AHA online instructor essentials course module is included with your purchase.

Mannequins, videos, student manuals, certification cards and other teaching supplies are additional expenses you may incur.  When you’re ready to begin, give us a call! We’re looking forward to hearing from you.

Become an AHA Instructor

Thank you for your interest in becoming an American Heart Association (AHA) Instructor. LBW Training Center takes great pride in our role of developing and mentoring instructors. We have trained hundreds of instructors to confidently and professionally present this incredibly valuable information.

The following is a brief outline of what’s involved in instructor training.  First, anyone interested in becoming an instructor, must hold a current “Provider Level” certification from the AHA (meaning you hold a current BLS, ACLS, and/or PALS certification).  You’ll be asked to present a copy of this certification during your instructor training.

Second, you’ll need to complete the AHA’s “Instructor Essentials” course for each discipline you wish to teach. This is an interactive self study course that focuses on basic teaching principals and methodology.  Next, we will meet with you individually for a Training Center Orientation. We will explain your role and responsibilities as an instructor, our responsibility as your training center, the hierarchy of the AHA and all the administrative components involved in being an instructor.

Finally,  you will join us for one of our classes as an assistant instructor. This will give you an opportunity to ease into the role of an instructor.

Once these requirements have been met the instructor will be able to teach on their own. However, if an instructor chooses, they may assist with as many additional classes as they wish. LBW’s role as the instructor’s Training Center, is one of on going instructor support. We simply wish to give instructors every resource possible so they feel comfortable and confident teaching this material.

Please call (602) 283-0079 to schedule your appointment with our Training Center Coordinator, or email Frank@LBWtrainingcenter.com.

Each instructor course requires the AHA Instructor and Provider Manuals and the AHA Course DVD.  The required AHA online instructor essentials course module is included with your purchase.

Mannequins, videos, student manuals, certification cards and other teaching supplies are additional expenses you may incur.  When you’re ready to begin, give us a call! We’re looking forward to hearing from you.

Multi-course packages must be paid in full at the time of registration, or by calling us at (602) 283-0079.  Multi-course packages are non-refundable.  When choosing a package with ACLS and/or PALS, it is valid for an initial course or a renewal course.

THE AHA REQUIRES THAT YOU BRING THE CURRENT TEXT TO CLASS WITH YOU.  Multi-course packages do not include the AHA provider manuals, but we do have them available for purchase if you do not already have one.

HOW IT WORKS:

1.  Pay for Package Deal.

2.  Receive email from LBW Training Center with your unique promo code within 1 business day.

3. Register for each of your courses on our website as you normally would, using your new promo code.

4. Attend your classes knowing you saved $$$.

 

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1301 E University Dr Ste 104, Tempe, AZ 85281

3233 W Peoria Ave Ste 112, Phoenix, AZ 85029

 

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