2017 - November 24 / Re certification Course

Course Information

$500 CAD
RN's & Postgrad's
$350 CAD
Free seats:
12 of 16
Dr Brian Weitzman
Civic Campus, 1053 Carling Avenue


ACLS Update Course 

Friday, November 24, 2017 (08:30-17:00) 

This one-day course is directed at health-care practitioners who have previously taken an ACLS course and wish to update themselves. The course reviews the current management of cardiac resuscitation.


Civic Campus, 1053 Carling Avenue, E-Main, DEM Conference (Coughlin Room) #DM-197 and DEM Teaching Rooms


1. BLS for Healthcare providers
2. Obtain and read ACLS provider manual
3. Complete the pre-course assessment on HSFC Website
4. Good knowledge of rhythm recognition and ACLS drugs training, basis of ECG and rhythm interpretattion

Course Preparation

Please go to the Course Preparation section of our website


Prior to November 10, 2017 - full refund (less $75.00 admin fee), on or after November 10, 2017– no refund unless an alternate person can be found.

The Department of Emergency Medicine maintains the right to cancel this course at any time without penalty. A full refund will be given if this occurs.  



Book the course: 2017 - November 24 / Re certification Course

Personal Information

 MD & DDS 500 CAD
 RN's & Postgrad's 350 CAD

NEW ACLS SESSIONS: We are in process of establishing the new ACLS dates for the academiuc year 2017-2018 which will start in September 2017. Dates will be publish by the end of July 2017 so stay tuned :)

IMPORTANT: Before you register please ensure that you have or will have a BLS course within the last year and that it is registered on the HSFC resuscitation portal. The HSFC does NOT accept CPR courses from other agencies, ex Red Cross, St-John's ambulance.This needs to be done prior to the ACLS course If you don’t have the course please contact the following individuals: Peter Stanley at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Brian Abraham at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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