American Heart Association ACLS Course

September 01, 2012

If you’re debating between an offline classroom ACLS course and an online certification program, there are various factors to consider before registering for one or the other. Some professionals are looking for an intensive hands-on training experience with a course that moves at a swift pace, while others are seeking a more leisurely program that better fits their busy work lives.

Online courses can take more time than classroom classes, but the intense pace of offline classes can be overwhelming for many first-time certifiers. Web-based courses allow trainees to learn at their own pace. Medical employees who are seeking renewal for their current ACLS certification usually choose the online option because they can spend more time on the content they have difficulty with and skip over the information they already know by heart.

The best way to make a decision between an offline class and an online course is to think about which learning style works best for you and weigh the advantages and disadvantages of both methods. Here is a list of some advantages and disadvantages of taking an ACLS classroom-based course:

Offline Disadvantages:

Offline Advantages:



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