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PALS- FAQ

Got a question? Read our FAQ’s below for the most commonly asked questions regarding the PALS coaching at Charles Institute

PALS

PALS- FAQ

Got a question? Read our FAQ’s below for the most commonly asked questions regarding the PALS coaching at Charles Institute

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Paediatric Advanced Life Support

Paediatric Advanced Life Support is a 2 days American Heart Association course for health care providers. This course imparts knowledge and skills to act effectively and efficiently in pediatric emergencies.

  • 2 days.
  • Timings: 9 am to 4 pm

Yes. It’s an American Heart Association certified course.

Topics
High-Quality Infant and child CPR and AED.

Recognition of patients requiring immediate interventions.

Recognition of cardiopulmonary arrest early and application of CPR within 10 seconds

Team dynamics

Differentiation between respiratory distress and failure

Early interventions for respiratory distress and failure

Compensated and decompensated shock.

Stable and Unstable arrhythmias

Post-cardiac arrest management

Pediatric Airway Management

Intraosseous line insertion

Click here to see sample course agenda

Course faculties/ instructors

The BLS course will be taught by AHA certified instructors.

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PALS course participants are provided with original PALS provider manual.

2 years

Course fee is Rs 9000 which is inclusive of course materials and GST.

You can enroll by clicking the below link.

Click here to see the course calendar

Yes. You can make the payment online or offline.

A printed certificate will be ready in 2 working days after the successful completion of the course. Also, candidates can download pdf from the AHA website on the same day itself. Downloadable pdf will be available on the AHA website forever.

Yes. An online pre-test is mandatory.
Click here to view instructions.

Yes. An online pre-test is mandatory.

Click here to view instructions.

Indented candidates should have IP (Instructor Potential), which is eligibility to become an instructor. You are evaluated for IP, based on your performance during the course. After having obtained an IP, you will need to attend an instructor course to become an instructor. Instructor card will be issued only after completing the required number of course monitoring, usually 2 or 3.

Testimonials

What People Say About Training?

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My PALS training with Charles Institute was great! Their classroom was very welcoming and the number of students in the class really gave an opportunity to have one-on-one intensive coaching.

Yash M

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Charles Institute has enough equipment to really get hands-on experience. All the instructors were well educated, friendly and were really supportive of everyone’s success in passing the courses.

Vidya Lakshmi N

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Fully Satisfied!! I would highly recommend the PALS training offered by Charles Institute to anyone who is looking to get trained in pediatric life support and improve outcomes for pediatric patients.

Anurag S Pillai

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