American Academy of Pediatrics

Neonatal Resuscitation Program Skills

Part 2 NRP Skills (Must Complete Part 1 in Healthstream) 

AAP NRP Skills

$ 115
  • Must bring a copy of your Certificate of Completion
  • Duration: 2 hrs. (Depends on class size)
  • Awarded 4 CEHs
  • Need assistance? Please contact us

Orange County Schedule

San Diego Schedule

Step 1

Call to schedule or schedule online for NRP Skills in order to receive pre-study materials and further instructions on how to create a Healthstream account.

Step 2

Click on the laptop icon to go to and create an account if you are a first time user or log in with your username and password.

Step 3

Complete test 1, test 2 and the E-sims cases. Students must bring a copy of the certificate of completion. Next, attend your scheduled NRP skills session.

Step 4

After the skills session go to and log back into your healthstream account to complete Part 2 instructor survey and access your card.

The AAP Neonatal Resuscitation Program is a required certification for all healthcare providers who come into contact with newborns. The AAP NRP Skills course format requires learners to first study Neonatal Resuscitation material, then complete an online exam. After completing the AAP NRP exam, learners must then attend an interactive course that includes only a hands-on NRP skills test.

At NEO, we strive to provide a memorable and enjoyable NRP skills session, rather than a task oriented and dull class. The topic of NRP is a serious one, and for these reasons we utilize the best approaches for teaching so that students can remember these skills when needed. You can be assured that your NRP skills session will be memorable.

Transitioning from intrauterine to extra-uterine life is the single most dangerous event in a persons life. During this time, the human body goes through more physiologic adjustments than in any other stage of life. For the most part, babies usually transition without any problems. In fact, roughly 90% of babies transition smoothly into extra-uterine life, with little to no assistance required. However, some babies struggle to adjust, or don’t adjust at all; which is why for the remaining few percent Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) may be necessary. Furthermore, due to the fact that there are a large number of births, the small percentage of infants requiring NRP may be substantial. While appropriate neonatal resuscitation is essential, the success of an optimal resuscitation can be one of the most gratifying experiences for healthcare providers. Lastly, the implications of not receiving help can be fatal, or associated with long-lasting problems.

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The New Grad Discount can only be applied via phone registration. Also, students must bring proof of being a student or a New Grad. Lastly, BLS may be replaced with Management of Assaultive Behavior