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How to claim a CE Certificate for ACLS or PALS
Find the email sent from
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Click on the link.
Search your email folders carefully.
Search for "no-eccreply@heart.org."
We can not resend this email and it must be completed within 30 days.
Complete the form to the best of your ability. AHA uses a paramedic CE but the credits work for all healthcare providers. Every nurse and doctor nation wide will also receive this same CE for their ACLS and PALS. Simply input YOUR State license number twice in place of the license and NREMT number requested.
Your CE certificate can be printed, emailed, or accessed at anytime on AHA's website. If this process does not work for you, submit a copy of your ACLS or PALS certificate to your State credentialing agency and claim 12 hours of classroom instruction time. Most states will credit classroom hours from nationally recognized courses such as AHA ACLS and PALS without a CE certificate.
To claim your CE credits follow these directions:
• CE credits are issued through the American Heart Association, not CPR Central. We have no control over this process.
• The AHA has chosen to use a Paramedic CE issued by CAPCE. This CE will work for all occupations including nurses and doctors.
• Within a week of your class, CPR Central will automatically request that an emailed CE invitation be sent to you from AHA.
• Only one emailed invitation can be sent to a student. If you do not claim the CE within 30 days of class, the opportunity is lost.
• CPR Central is not responsible for lost, misdirected, or unclaimed CE invitations beyond 30 days of your class.
• CAPCE will request a paramedic license and registry number. Simply substitute YOUR state license number in both of these fields.
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