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Class Information for ACLS HeartCode Skills Session

Session: Monday, February 7, 2022 0930-1100
Class Size: 5
# Openings: 1
Class Session Date(s): Monday February 07, 2022
Registration Dates: 11/08/2021 07:01 AM - 12/31/2022 01:01 PM
Coordinator: Nam T Hoang


  • HeartCode ACLS is a blended learning process for renewal and initial certification for the healthcare provider
  • PART 1- HeartCode ACLS requires a Key Code purchase for online training activation which is the responsibility of each department/institute
  • This is PART 2- you are registering for an in-person Skills Session only
  • Students must complete the HeartCode ACLS online portion prior to attending this Skills Session
  • Upon completion of the online course, PRINT out your certificate and take it with you to your scheduled Skills Session
  • Location: Department of Perioperative Medicine Conference Room; Bldg 10, 2C535 (directly above Radiology)

    Special Comments

    1) CCND Staff ONLY- You must notify your Service Educator after completing your Skills Session Registration
    2) Participants must register for this hands-on Skills Session to secure a seat PRIOR to beginning online training
    3) It is best to complete your online training about one week prior to your scheduled Skills Session. However you have 30 days from the time of completion of HeartCode online to the date of your Skills Session
    4) Key Codes for online training may be purchased directly from the American Heart Association: https://elearning.heart.org/course/438
    5) Questions/concerns, please contact your Training Site Administrator, Nam Hoang at hoangn@cc.nih.gov or 301-402-0059

    Target Audience

    This course is open to all NIH staff

    Course Objectives

    1) Demonstrate proficiency in providing Basic Life Support care
    2) Demonstrate airway management
    3) Recognize and manage respiratory and cardiac arrest
    4) Recognize and initiate early management of peri-arrest conditions that may result in cardiac arrest or complicate resuscitation outcome.
    5) Manage megacode scenarios involving rhythm strips and medication administration
    6) Demonstrate effective communication as a member or leader of a resuscitation team


    1) Current BLS certification
    2) HeartCode ACLS online training

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