AHA Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support & ACLS HeartCode


Course Fee: $160.00

Add Same-Day BLS & Save $5.00

Required: 2015 AHA ACLS Manual $52.00

Awarded 6.5 CEH's

Orange County Class Schedule

San Diego Class Schedule

AHA ACLS Initial

Course Fee: $190.00

Add Same-Day BLS & Save $5.00

Required: 2015 AHA ACLS Manual $52.00

Awarded 12.5 CEH's

Orange County Class Schedule

San Diego Class Schedule

AHA ACLS HeartCode

Key Code Fee if Purchased from NEO $135.00

You can also purchase the AHA ACLS HeartCode Key Code online through the AHA website for $132.00. If you wish to purchase the ACLS HeartCode via the AHA, then please click here. In addition, you must bring a copy of your ACLS Certificate of Completion.

Hands-On Skills Fee $105.00

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Student & New Grad Discount for AHA Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support ACLS Certification


To summarize, AHA ACLS is a required certification for healthcare providers who participate in the management of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Overall, the purpose of Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support is to improve the quality of care for the adult victim of cardiac arrest. More specifically, the ACLS certification covers life-threatening arrhythmia’s along with their pharmacological interventions. Additionally, topics covered also include Acute Coronary Syndrome and Stroke. Lastly, Advanced Coronary Life Support is an approved American Heart Association certification.

Why should you choose NEO for your AHA ACLS Certification

Nowadays, you have many choices to receive your Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support certification. At Nurses Educational Opportunities we call this “The Hamburger Stand Phenomenon. In other words, there is a training site on every corner. As a matter of fact, 20 years ago, healthcare providers had only a few choices for ACLS courses in Southern California. Due to the limitations of attaining this course, hospitals began to provide AHA certifications with Physicians as instructors. As a result, many healthcare professionals dreaded attending an ACLS class. Indeed, the continual evolution of ACLS can be stressful for many individuals because most healthcare providers do not utilize Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support in their practice. For these reasons, Nurses Educational Opportunities set out to change the playing field to the end that fear.

We sought to empower healthcare providers with education

For one thing, our main purpose became to deliver an enjoyable course with a stress-free environment. Hence, a new face of Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support began. As a result, California entrepreneurs took notice. Consequently, Healthcare Education Training Sites popped-up everywhere. Nevertheless, Nurses Educational Opportunities has endured the “Hamburger Stand” phenomenon. All in all, our team continues to work hard to create material to facilitate difficult information. Last but not least, our friendly administrators plus instructors provide students with enormous support and compassionate customer service.

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