Advanced Life Support

Overview

It is a standardised European course teaching evidence-based resuscitation guidelines and skills to healthcare professionals. The ALS course provides a standardised approach to cardiopulmonary resuscitation in adults. The ALS course aims to train candidates to identify the causes of cardiac arrest, recognise patients in danger of deterioration, and manage both the cardiac arrest and the ‘peri-arrest’ problems encountered in the first hour or so after initial resuscitation from a cardiac arrest.

Who is it for?

The ALS course if for medical staff wanting to expand and increase their medical knowledge. Common participants include: doctors, senior nurses and ambulance staff.

What are the benefits to taking the course?

Provide better, safer care for patients in cardiac arrest. Grow your leadership skills to become a trusted leader in your workplace. Increase your job opportunities with a European standard qualification.