ALS qualification:
You can recertify by attending one of the following courses:

You are unable to undertake the one-day ‘ALS recertification’ course if more than one year has passed since your last course certificate expiry date. The ‘ALS recertification’ course is not recommended if you are not practicing the skills within your current job role.


ARNI qualification:
You may recertify by attending the ARNI Provider course.


EPALS qualification:
You may recertify by attending:

  • a full EPALS course
  • day two of an EPALS course, (please note, your current EPALS certificate must still be in date to recertify on day two of the course)

You may only recertify on day two of the course if your current EPALS certificate is still be in date. If your certificate is not in date, you will need to attend the one-day course.


NLS qualification:

You may recertify by attending the NLS Provider course.


ILS qualification:
You may recertify by attending the:

You may only attend the half-day recertification course if it is within one year of the expiry date of your most recent ILS certificate. If more than two years have passed since the date of your last ILS certificate, you will need to attend the one-day course.

 

pILS qualification:
You may recertify by attending the:

You may only attend the half-day recertification course if it is within one year of the expiry date of your most recent pILS certificate. If more than two years have passed since the date of your last pILS certificate, you will need to attend the one-day course.


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