We offer trainings at your location, any day, any time, with only a 5-person minimum.
Our Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) classes are taught by emergency medical professionals. PALS participants will learn to systematically assess a patient, identify the problem, and deliver dynamic team-based resuscitation and systems of care that will improve pediatric patient outcome from serious illness and injury.
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Classes
PALS classes are offered frequently in Olympia and the surrounding areas of Tumwater, and Lacey. For health professionals in Olympia looking to get or renew their American Heart Association PALS certification, our PALS classes are a great way to learn the skills and treatment algorithms for managing pediatric emergencies. Taught by medical professionals, our PALS classes are hands-on and collaborative. Students of our Olympia PALS classes learn crucial information on how to diagnose and manage pediatric emergencies, and upon successfully completing this course, will receive their PALS certification. Resuscitation team dynamics are also a central focus of this PALS course, with group activities and real-time medical situations. Each PALS certification class is two days long and taught by qualified PALS instructors.
Online PALS Classes
These highly educational, online courses are the perfect option for busy medical professionals living in Tumwater, and Lacey. With an approximate total online time of 6 to 9 hours, our online PALS classes can be taken at the student’s convenience, and done at their own pace. Once the online PALS didactic section has been completed, students will plan a classroom practice and evaluation. This in-person session with an instructor gives students the opportunity to ask important questions and receive instructor feedback. After this evaluation, which typically lasts no more than 60 minutes, students will be awarded a 2 year PALS card.
PALS Certification Classes
Our Olympia PALS classes center around the knowledge and techniques needed to effectively resuscitate children and infants in life threatening crises. The care of children in pediatric arrest requires specialized experience. At Newcastle Training, our programs are designed to give medical practitioners these skills, as well as hands on practice. Newcastle Training is committed to giving you the preparation you need to quickly employ your knowledge and training to critical situations that may arise. Our classes are built around skill stations where small groups will work together on simulated emergencies. Students learn teamwork skills, as well as treatment algorithms, to successfully treat patients in crisis. In this way, Newcastle Training goes above and beyond basic PALS classes in Olympia, Tumwater, and Lacey.
PALS Renewal Classes
Our commitment to providing students with the most current medically held information means that anyone renewing their PALS certification will receive instruction that is fresh, engaging and will best prepare them for critical care of infants and children. In addition to initial PALS certification, our Olympia PALS classes are appropriate for anyone looking to renew their PALS certification. As more information emerges about the best ways to care for children and infants facing medial emergencies, our PALS classes adapt to reflect the most up to date recommendations for care. When renewing PALS certification, this updated information is crucial. PALS renewal classes are not only a good way to learn about the newest approved medical practices- PALS renewal classes are also a great way to refresh techniques and skills used less frequently. Because all of our Olympia PALS certification classes are updated with the latest AHA regulations you do not need to search for a special PALS renewal class. Each of our PALS classes in Olympia, Tumwater, and Lacey will qualify students that effectively complete the course for a 2 year AHA PALS certification card. This certification is required for many working in the Olympia medical community, or in professions where they may encounter children in life threatening situations.
Olympia PALS Classes
Signing up for a class is easy, and with our variety of times and locations, busy professionals can have a choice of when to renew their PALS certification. Newcastle Training offers high quality PALS classes in Olympia Washington and the surrounding areas of Tumwater and Lacey. Our instructors are all medical professionals with first-hand experience regarding the procedures they teach. We offer PALS classes frequently throughout the year at a assortment of Olympia locations. For Olympia medical professionals looking to get or renew their PALS certification, Newcastle Training offers the instruction and information needed in a supportive and collaborative environment. PALS certification can even be renewed through our online PALS class and a brief, in-person, assessment. No matter which method you use to learn the necessary skills for your PALS certification, you can be sure you’ll receive the most comprehensive and up to date information from Newcastle Training.
PALS Class Details
During one of our Olympia PALS classes you will work with an instructor and a team of other students to learn about assessing injuries or conditions and how to implement the correct course of action. If you are a healthcare professional that participates in the care of critically ill children and infants, a PALS certification card may be required by your employer. This certification represents the familiarity of how to manage life-threatening situations for children and infants. Our PALS classes in Olympia teach the skills required for a PALS certification in a variety of skill stations. You will learn to work individually and with a team to securely resuscitate and care for a child in critical condition. With special equipment and real-time scenarios, Newcastle Training PALS classes will prepare you for real world situations.
PALS Class Olympia
No matter what your chosen method of instruction is, Newcastle’s PALS training classes will give you the knowledge you need to effectively treat children and infants. Whether you need to renew your PALS certification, or get your 2 year PALS certification card for the first time, Newcastle Training has the instruction you need, at times that will work for your busy calendar. Our online PALS classes are the perfect resource for someone who wants to work through the course material on their own schedule, at their convenience, and our in-person PALS workshops are great for getting hands-on training from experienced professionals. Our PALS classes offered in Olympia and the surrounding areas of Tumwater and Lacey have been a reliable resource for medical professionals since their establishment. Our reputation is built on the success stories of our students and instructors. We work tirelessly to keep PALS classes in Olympia up to date with the latest information on guidelines and recommendations for treating infants and children. Begin your Olympia PALS class registration now to start the process of acquiring or renewing your PALS certification.