AHA & AAP Certification Courses

Nurses Educational Opportunities (NEO) is an Authorized Provider for American Heart Association and American Academy of Pediatric certifications.

The American Heart Association (AHA) and American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) are the Gold Standard in continuing education for healthcare professionals. Additionally, both the AHA and AAP provide current evidence-based guidelines on how to respond to life-threatening emergencies. These include BLS, ACLS, PALS and NRP. Above all, these guidelines emphasize the organization of an effective resuscitation team. NEO has been a long-standing provider for American Academy of Pediatrics and American Heart Association courses in Southern California. In fact, our Orange County and San Diego locations have garnered 5 stars on Google, Facebook and Yelp; due to our dedication to all healthcare providers, as well as new grads.

Nurses Educational Opportunities delivers the most fun, convenient, and stress-free certification courses in Southern California.

In addition, we work harder so you learn easier. To emphasize, we have created study guides to facilitate difficult concepts such as: EKG, pharmacology; quantitative waveform capnography; and more. Moreover, our instructors are highly rated by Nurses in Orange County; San Diego; Los Angeles; Riverside; San Francisco; Sacramento; Arizona; Alaska and even Hawaii. Finally, at Nurses Educational Opportunities, students can be assured that they will truly learn and understand AHA and AAP BLS, ACLS, PALS and NRP. We look forward to serving your American Heart Association and American Academy of Pediatric needs.

Interested in completing an American Heart Association Heart-code, click here.

Click here to learn more about the American Academy of Pediatrics NRP.


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