Class Schedule

Teaching classes in Texas (Greater Houston, Baytown areas) and the Bay Area of California, by instructors who are trained and certified by the American Heart Association, using instructional materials created by the American Heart Association. 

California students - why leave the Bay Area to be certified?  We hold classes at several locations, tailoring our classes and locations to our students, so what do you have to lose?  

Texas students - why fight the traffic?  We are a mobile unit and can come to you, or, you can attend classes in our Baytown location.

Click on a class to register and be CERTIFIED RIGHT!  If you don't see a class you need, contact us by phone or email so we can accommodate you.

 *Classes that show 'full' or "closed" may have had a cancellation. Email or call to check for availability.

PLEASE NOTE:  IF YOUR CERTIFICATIONS ARE EXPIRED, DO NOT ENROLL IN AN "UPDATE/RENEWAL" CLASS - YOU MUST ENROLL IN A "PROVIDER" CLASS.  CALL OR EMAIL THE OFFICE MANAGER TO ENROLL.

ON-LINE REGISTRATION FOR BLS PROVIDER CLASS WILL BE ACTIVATED AFTER STUDENT CONTACTS OFFICE MANAGER.  EMAIL admin@certifiedright.com OR CALL (281) 838-5693 TO SCHEDULE.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

Upon completion of the BLS PROVIDER course, students will have the skills necessary to:

  • Provide life-saving measures to those experiencing cardiac arrest, through the use of high-quality, effective CPR as well as an AED as a means to sustain life until advanced lifesaving measures are available and transfer of care occurs.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in providing BLS care including prioritizing chest compressions and integrating the use of an AED.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in providing BLS care through ventilation using bag-mask devices, barrier devices, and recognizing  foreign-body airway obstruction.

DESCRIPTION:

Through didactic instruction and active participation in simulated cases students will gain the skills necessary to intervene in a cardiac emergency in an attempt to sustain life until more advanced life-saving measures can be obtained.  Class duration is approximately 4.5 hours in length, depending upon the preparedness of the student with pre-course study.

COURSE CONTENT:

Key changes in cardiovascular life support reflecting the most current American Heart Association guidelines.

Adult, pediatric, and infant CPR.

Use of an Automated External Defibrillation (AED)

Cardiopulmonary, stroke, choking emergencies.

One-rescuer and two-rescuer scenarios.

INTENDED FOR

Physicians, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, EMTs, Police Officers, Teachers, etc., and any layperson  who may respond to a cardiovascular emergency in any  setting, whether licensed as a health-care provider or not.

LICENSE INFORMATION: 

Indicate in the "comments" section when you register: the State your license was issued in, your license type (RN, RT, PT, etc), and your license number.  

 STUDENT MANUAL:

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION MANDATORY REQUIREMENT:  A current AHA BLS student manual is required to be brought to class. We have exhausted our supply so students are responsible to obtain their own manual.  Students without a current manual or without access to an e-book during class will not be admitted to class. 

 PLEASE NOTE:  We strongly recommend pre course study.  

ON-LINE REGISTRATION FOR "JUST-IN-TIME" BLS PROVIDER CLASS WILL BE ACTIVATED AFTER STUDENT CONTACTS OFFICE MANAGER.  EMAIL admin@certifiedright.com OR CALL (281) 838-5693 TO SCHEDULE.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

Upon completion of the "Just-in-Time" BLS PROVIDER course, students will have the skills necessary to:

  • Provide life-saving measures to those experiencing cardiac arrest, through the use of high-quality, effective CPR as well as an AED as a means to sustain life until advanced lifesaving measures are available and transfer of care occurs.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in providing BLS care including prioritizing chest compressions and integrating the use of an AED.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in providing BLS care through ventilation using bag-mask devices, barrier devices, and recognizing  foreign-body airway obstruction.

DESCRIPTION: The "Just-in-Time" BLS Provider classes are just what they sound like: last minute certifications to keep you on the schedule at your place of employment!  You are paying a premium price but will be CERTIFIED RIGHT, and be assured and confident in your provision of life-saving health care.  Pre-course study is imperative.

Through didactic instruction and active participation in simulated cases students will gain the skills necessary to intervene in a cardiac emergency in an attempt to sustain life until more advanced life-saving measures can be obtained.  Class duration is approximately 4.5 hours in length, depending upon the preparedness of the student with pre-course study.

COURSE CONTENT:

Key changes in cardiovascular life support reflecting the most current American Heart Association guidelines.

Adult, pediatric, and infant CPR.

Use of an Automated External Defibrillation (AED)

Cardiopulmonary, stroke, choking emergencies.

One-rescuer and two-rescuer scenarios.

INTENDED FOR:

Expired BLS certification personnel only!  If you are a first time (Initial) certification you cannot enroll in this class.  You must enroll in a regular class (not a "Just-in-Time" class).   Contact us to see if we can work out a class for you if you are a first time certification.  Intended for personnel such as Physicians, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, EMTs, Police Officers, Teachers, etc., and anyone who may respond to a cardiovascular emergency in a professional setting, whether licensed as a health-care provider or not.

LICENSE INFORMATION: 

Indicate in the "comments" section when you register: the State your license was issued in, your license type (RN, RT, PT, etc), and your license number.  

 STUDENT MANUAL:

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION MANDATORY REQUIREMENT:  A current AHA BLS student manual is required to be brought to class. We have exhausted our supply, so students are responsbile to obtain a manual on their own.  Students without a current manual or without access to an e-book for use during class will not be admitted to class.  Students may provide their own manual as long as it is the current edition.

 PLEASE NOTE:  We strongly recommend pre course study.  

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

Upon completion of the ACLS PROVIDER course, students will have the skills necessary to:

  • Recognize and initiate early management of peri arrest conditions that may result in cardiac arrest or complicate resuscitation outcome.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in providing BLS care including prioritizing chest compressions and integrating the use of an AED.
  • Recognize and manage respiratory arrest.
  • Recognize and manage cardiac arrest until termination of resuscitation or transfer of care, including post cardiac arrest care.
  • Recognize and manage acute coronary syndromes, including appropriate disposition.
  • Recognize and initiate early management of stroke, including appropriate disposition.
  • Demonstrate effective team communication both as a team leader and team member.

DESCRIPTION:

Through didactic instruction and active participation in simulated cases students will enhance their skills and clinical decision-making abilities for the DX and treatment of cardiopulmonary arrest, acute arrhythmia, stroke, and ACS.  Class duration is approximately 10-12 hours in length, over the course of 2 days, depending upon the preparedness of the student with pre-course study.

COURSE CONTENT:

Key changes in cardiovascular life support reflecting the most current American Heart Association guidelines.

Recognition and management of respiratory and cardiac arrest.

The 10 core cases of the ACLS program.

Airway management and related pharmacology.

Simple VF/VT, complex VF/VT, PEA, and asystole.

Four types of pre-arrest emergencies.

Management of ACS and stroke.

Effective team communication.

Successful skills test for megacode management.

INTENDED FOR:      

First-time or expired certification personnel such as Physicians, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, EMTs, etc., and anyone who may respond to a cardiovascular emergency in a professional setting.

LICENSE INFORMATION: 

Indicate in the "comments" section when you register: the State your license was issued in, your license type (RN, RT, PT, etc), and your license number.  

STUDENT MANUAL:

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION MANDATORY REQUIREMENT:  A current AHA ACLS student manual is required to be brought to class. We have exhausted our supply so students are responsible for obtaining a manual on their own. Students without a current manual or without access to an e-book will not be admitted to class.  Students may provide their own manual as long as it is the current edition.

PLEASE NOTE:  We strongly recommend pre course study.  On page "ii" of the ACLS manual, there is a website and pass code to access a 3-part pre course assessment test.  Prior to studying, all  students are required to take the test, print the results and bring to class.  The results are not reported - the test is simply a tool to help the student measure their preparedness for the course, and to aid the instructor to better assess the needs of the student. Students can take the test again after studying to help measure their preparedness for the class.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

Upon completion of the ACLS UPDATE course, students will have the skills necessary to:

  • Recognize and initiate early management of peri arrest conditions that may result in cardiac arrest or complicate resuscitation outcome.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in providing BLS care including prioritizing chest compressions and integrating the use of an AED.
  • Recognize and manage respiratory arrest.
  • Recognize and manage cardiac arrest until termination of resuscitation or transfer of care, including post cardiac arrest care.
  • Recognize and manage acute coronary syndromes, including appropriate disposition.
  • Recognize and initiate early management of stroke, including appropriate disposition.
  • Demonstrate effective team communication both as a team leader and team member.

DESCRIPTION:

Through didactic instruction and active participation in simulated cases students will enhance their skills and clinical decision-making abilities for the DX and treatment of cardiopulmonary arrest, acute arrhythmia, stroke, and ACS.  Class duration is approximately 5 - 7 hours in length, depending upon the preparedness of the student with pre-course study.

COURSE CONTENT:

Key changes in cardiovascular life support reflecting the most current American Heart Association guidelines.

Recognition and management of respiratory and cardiac arrest.

The 10 core cases of the ACLS program.

Airway management and related pharmacology.

Simple VF/VT, complex VF/VT, PEA, and asystole.

Four types of pre-arrest emergencies.

Management of ACS and stroke.

Effective team communication.

Successful skills test for megacode management.

INTENDED FOR:

Unexpired ACLS certification personnel such as Physicians, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, EMTs, etc., and anyone who may respond to a cardiovascular emergency in a professional setting. 

LICENSE INFORMATION: 

Indicate in the "comments" section when you register: the State your license was issued in, your license type (RN, RT, PT, etc), and your license number. 

STUDENT MANUAL: 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION MANDATORY REQUIREMENT:  A current AHA ACLS student manual is required to be brought to class. We have exhausted our supply so students are responsible for obtaining manuals on their own.  Students without a current manual or without access to an e-book for use during class will not be admitted to class.  Students may provide their own manual as long as it is the current edition.

 PLEASE NOTE:  We strongly recommend pre course study.  On page "ii" of the ACLS manual, there is a website and pass code to access a 3-part pre course assessment test.  Prior to studying, all students are encouraged to take the test, print the results and bring to class.  The results are not reported - the test is simply a tool to help the student measure their preparedness for the course, and to aid the instructor to better assess the needs of the student.

 

 

 

The American Heart Association e-Learning course consists of three distinctive parts: 

PART I: 

Upon registration and payment, student will receive an email confirmation of their class, with a key code to access the self-paced on-line portion of the course. The Office Manager will also follow up with an email to you with instructions regarding the key code.  

PARTS II & III:

After successful completion of Part I, students print their certificate to bring to their Skills Practice and Testing sessions with the Instructor, which are Part II and Part III of the course.  

PLEASE NOTE:  PARTS II & III SKILLS TESTING SESSION CAN BE TAILORED TO THE NEEDS OF THE STUDENT.  YOU HAVE NOT COMPLETED THE COURSE UNTIL YOU COMPLETE PARTS II & III. COMPLETING PART I DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE CERTIFIED!

COURSE LENGTH:  Part I is completed at the convenience of the student and takes approximately 8 -10 hours to complete.  Time length of Parts II and III depend upon the preparedness of the student, and usually can be completed in less than 2.5 hours. Don't forget to print the results of your on-line exam completion certificate and bring to your Skills Testing Session.

INTENDED FOR:  This course is designed for those health care professionals who are not seeking first time ACLS certification, whose busy lives/alternate work hours don't easily allow for time to be involved in a classroom setting to obtain their update certification. The total cost for the three-part course includes a premium fee for the convenience of using the key code to complete the on-line portion.  Parts II and III must be purchased separately from Part I and are offered as a separate item. This e-Learning option is a popular alternative for Physicians, as well as other students who need to be certified in ACLS in a hurry.  Choosing this option for your ACLS certification will cost you more, but save you time and energy.  Lost wages due to an expired certification will cost you much more than this course.

LICENSE INFORMATION:  Indicate in the "comments" section when you register: the State your license was issued in, your license type (RN, RT, PT, etc), and your license number.  

AHA STUDENT MANUAL REQUIREMENT:  The American Heart Association requires all students to bring a current ACLS student manual to class.  We have exhausted our supply so students are responsible for obtaining manuals on their own.  Students without a current manual or without access to an e-book during class will not be admitted to class.

PLEASE NOTE:  We strongly recommend pre course study.  On page "ii" of the ACLS manual, there is a website and pass code to access a 3-part pre course assessment test.  After studying, all students are encouraged to take the pre assessment test prior to taking the actual course test.  The results of the pre assessment test are not reported anywhere.

CERTIFIED RIGHT WILL INCLUDE A BLS WRITTEN & SKILLS TESTING COURSE, NORMALLY COSTING $70.00, AS A COURTESY, NO-CHARGE TO THE STUDENT WHO ENROLLS IN THE ACLS e-LEARNING PARTS I, II, & III COURSE.  CONTACT THE OFFICE MANAGER TO ENROLL IN THE BLS WRITTEN & SKILLS CHALLENGE COURSE, WHICH WILL BE SCHEDULED AT THE SAME TIME AS YOUR ACLS e-LEARNING COURSE.

 

 

Having to get certified should not put you in a

YAWN-INDUCING COMA!

 

Certification classes with CERTIFIED RIGHT will be the most fun you've ever had in a classroom - OUT with boring lecture, IN with lively interactive discussion and skills practice!

 

 

 

 

 

CERTIFIED RIGHT, LLC, adheres to a “No Refund” policy. However, contact the Office Manager for possible rescheduling options. Purchased manuals are also not refunded.