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Watch 2 Minute Video Introduction

Make sure you watch the 2 minute video introduction above. The video explains how to get the most out of your preparation for AHA ACLS certification.

Begin your training by reviewing ACLS algorithms in the knowledge base to the left. After you have reviewed the knowledge base material, you will be ready to apply the ACLS Algorithms by taking some of the ACLS practice tests and megacode/skills station scenarios, and if you think you need further review, use the ACLS Video Review tutorials.

On this site, you will have fun while you learn and master all of the ACLS algorithms?

After you have competed all of the multiple choice megacode scenarios in the megacode simulator, round off your preparation for the AHA ACLS megacode skills station by reviewing the ACLS megacode series videos which take you through real time megacode scenarios. You can also practice rhythm recognition by reviewing the rapid rhythm identification videos.

Straight forward, systematic, and comprehensive ACLS Training with hundreds of ACLS questions, scenarios and other training tools. To better understand how to systematically prepare using this site read through the ACLS Study Guide.

The ACLS algorithm training and information on this site will help you prepare for the ACLS Written Exam, Megacode and reality in the critical care and emergency setting. You will find detailed information about ACLS algorithms, ECG Interpretation, ACLS Pharmacology, and much more.

You can use the search function located below the knowledge base sidebar to find information that is not listed on the navigation or to find information on a specific topic.

This site is always up-to-date with the most recent AHA ACLS algorithm guidelines.

You can learn and master ACLS. All of the tools and resources that you need are on this site. Quizzes, scenarios, and a comprehensive knowledge base all designed to ensure that you learn and master ACLS. If you would like to see something added please let me know by using the contact form or you can leave a comment below.

You can learn and master ACLS.

See what others are saying in the comments below

This site is updated regularly with new scenarios and questions. Check back often and let others know about your learning experience here.

Review this ACLS study guide to get the most out of this site.

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  1. Dear Jeff,

    Thanks for this website. I had four days to study and prepare. I was ready and passed the test witha 92% and megacode went smoothly. I am old ICU nurse from 20 years ago, but I try to renew my ACLS every two years. Due to life circumstances I was unable to renew last year and had actually rescheduled four times since 4/2014. I could not reschedule one more time, so I went for it.

  2. Such an Amazing site. I did my ACLS Renewal Course Yesterday. I can say that I did great with the help of your 2 week membership. I am more confident on the Mega Code Scenarios and passed my Exam with flying colors.
    See you in 2 years. Keep up the Good Work on your Site.
    Thanks a lot!

  3. Hi jeff, do you have pals review?

    • I do not have any PALS content at this time. I have looked around for something I can recommend, but I cannot find anything worth recommending.
      Your best resource at this time will be the AHA PALS provider manual.
      Kind regards,
      Jeff

  4. Thanks Jeff, I have never been so prepared for acls Was able to answer questions, got through my mega code without problems. And of course passed my exam. Will definitely be using this web site again, will recommend it to others

  5. Jeff, Thank you so much for this website! It is the reason I have now passed ACLS for the second time with flying colors! It has really helped me to understand and learn this information. I needed to take ACLS for the first time after 34 yrs of Nursing and Never having seen a Code, not to mention real studying! This site provides a fun way to study and retain the information . I recommend it to all my colleagues now. Thank you so much for taking such a stressful task and making it bearable. I even admit to enjoying it on this second time around! That’s hard to admit. :). Thank you!

  6. Absolutely awesome job, Jeff! I have never felt so prepared for ACLS and I give all of the credit to your awesome website! Passed with flying colors today! THANK YOU! I will be back in two years for another renewal!

  7. have been studying for my ACLS recert the past 2 weeks using my notes and ACLS book. Kind of boring! Found this website and I found it to be very easy to use and extremely helpful! Class/test tomorrow…I feel prepared!

  8. No bad reviews? Up yours

    • I post what ever comes through in the comments except if someone belittles another persons comments or uses profanity. If you need some assistance or have a question, I am always available by e-mail, phone, or text. I don’t get many negative comments or reviews, but there are a few. If there is something that you are dissatisfied with, please let me know.
      Kind regards, Jeff

  9. I wanted to say thank you for the amazing site. I used to cry when I was renewing my ACLS. This is the second time I have utilized your site for my renewal studying. And the second time I have flown through the renewal process. Without this site I am not sure I would still be working in an environment that required me to have it.

    Thanks again I will be back in 2 years.

  10. Jeff,
    Just wanted to say a big “Thank You” for such a great website you have. Because of your website, I successfully passed ACLS today with flying colors! My megacode scenarios were flawless and I received a 94% on my written exam. I am a Licensed Paramedic, but have been away from the field for 8 years and am now preparing to go back in. ACLS changed tremendously since the last time I took it in 2005. I couldn’t have passed today if it wasn’t for your megacode scenarios, practice exams, and knowledge base. Thank You again for everything and I will definitely be back in two years to study from your website again.

  11. Thank you so much for setting up this website; I only stumbled upon it on Saturday as I was looking for a simplified web site for interpreting ECG’s, particularly for ACLS. I got even more from this site; for the first time in my career, I truly understand ECG’s and can now recognize basic rhythms. I did nothing but study the videos and information given here for the next 3 days, then followed up with the quizes and megacode scenarios. Because of this, I am proud to say I passed the ACLS course today with 94 ! I am recommending this site to anyone interesting in obtaining their ACLS. Thank you so much!

  12. Our hospital is still using the 2010 guidelines is this the text you are using. Thank you Ava

    • The 2010 guidelines are actually the 2010-2015 guidelines. AHA meets every 5 years to revise the ACLS guidelines. They will meet in late 2015 and then the new guidelines will be released early to mid-2016. Everything on the site is in accordance with the 2010-2015 AHA ACLS Guidelines.

      Kind regards,
      Jeff

  13. Passed my ACLS today. It was the most prepared I have ever been. First time I did not dread The Megacode. Great Site, Thanks so much!

    David K

  14. Just completed my ACLS yesterday and smashed it thanks to the info on your website. I cannot thank you enough for how well this website prepared me for the course. If you are planning on expanding your business, PALS is the next logical step, plus I have it soon.
    Regards,

    Lester B

  15. This is the first time I have used your website to study for my ACLS recertification. All I can say is
    WOW! I passed my ACLS yesterday with flying colors! I had all of the answers in my head thanks
    to your study guide and mega code practices! I only missed one on the written test and that was
    because I read the question wrong! I will tell all of my friends about your site and hope they are
    as smart as I was to sign up for a 2 week membership before taking ACLS. I will be back in 2017!
    Thanks again !

    Vicki Bennett

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