Why EMT Advantage
100% online emergency courses
- Accepted nationwide with no skills test
- Instant certification day or night
- For initial cert or recert
- Based on new AHA guidelines
- 3 months money back guarantee
- Take our courses for required job training
No hidden charges
Includes everything you need
- Online training material
- Online exam with instant grading
- 3 free exam retakes
- Instant provider card
- Hard copy card with free shipping, if requested
Fast, convenient process
Earn your card from your computer
- Study the online training material
- Take the online exam on your schedule
- Get up to 3 free exam retakes
- Instant provider card once you pass
- Receive your hard copy card by mail, upon request
Save up to 15%
Automatic multi-course discounts
- Save 10% when you order 2 courses
- Save 15% when you order 3 courses
- Discounts applied instantly
- Secure, convenient shopping cart
- Get instant access after purchase
Frequently asked questions
1. When will my card arrive?
Answer: As soon as you pass you will be able to download an instant PDF provider card. The following day we will ship your hard copy card if requested. Hard copy cards typically arrive in 3–4 days.
2. Can I purchase multiple courses?
Answer: Yes, you can order up to three courses at once. Plus, you will automatically save 10% when you order any two courses and 15% when you order three courses!
3. Do you require an in-person skills test (also called a practical component)?
Answer: At EMT Advantage you will not be required to conduct an in-person test or demonstration of any kind. Our certification courses are 100% online which means you can do everything from your home or work computer.
For more information please see our FAQ page.
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The most convenient way to certify or recertify is from your home computer!
Sign up for an ACLS, PALS or BLS course from EMT Advantage and discover why there are a lot of medical professionals who are skipping the classroom, saving time, saving money and earning their provider card online.
Each course includes comprehensive training material and our online exams. Courses are based on the most recent American Heart Association guidelines and updated regularly. Exams are conducted online and typically take about an hour to complete. As soon as you place an order you will have instant access to the course material for as long as you need. There are no time restrictions. Study, prepare and test at your own pace! You will be able to access our courses from any computer with Internet access.
EMT Advantage makes it easy for medical professionals to quickly earn a recertification or certification for ACLS, PALS and BLS online!
Recieve a 2 year certification that is accepted nationally!
Our courses are accepted throughout the entire United States, and most international countries and territories as well. So regardless of your location our courses are a fast, easy way to earn your ACLS, PALS or BLS (or all three!). All of our certifications last for 2 years from the date of completion.
Take your course from home — no skills check required
For your convenience, our certification and recertification courses does not require any in-person skills checks. Each course contains all the material and knowledge you need to earn an ACLS, PALS or BLS certification so you can avoid the hassle of disrupting your schedule with an in-person skills check.
Free provider cards — receive one instantly and another by mail, upon request
As soon as you pass the exam you will receive a PDF provider card which you can print for immediate proof of certification. If requested, we will ship a hard copy certification card printed on professional card stock the following business day. You will receive the hard copy card at your doorstep within 3–5 business days.
Complete money back guarantee!
All of our courses include 3 months 100% money back guarantee. If you are unhappy with one of our courses during this period you can contact us for a full refund of your purchase (minus any express shipping fees). Other online continuing education providers don’t offer a refund or limit the refund period to a few weeks. We stand by our courses for 3 months after purchase!
Save up to 15% on multi-course orders!
EMT Advantage is one of the few medical education services to offer a full suite of emergency medical certification services. Our extensive services enable us to pass significant savings on to you. If you need to order multiple certification or recertification courses you will receive an automatic discount as soon as you select more than one course in our shopping cart.
Save 10% when you order two courses
Save 15% when you order three courses
Register today! Here’s how it works
Our courses are fast and easy to complete.
Select your desired courses and complete your purchase
Prepare for the exam at your own pace
Take the online exam with instant grading
Get your exam results immediately
» If you pass, download your instant provider card (PDF) for immediate proof of certification
» If you don’t pass the exam, 3 free retakes are included
If requested, we will ship your hard copy provider card within 1 business day after you pass
Texas services snapshot
Hard copy cards in 3–5 business days
We’ll ship your official Texas ACLS hard copy provider card the first business day after you complete the TX ACLS and request it. Hard copy cards are printed on professional card stock and shipped through first-class mail. Hard-copy cards are shipped only if they are requested. Get started today and see why more and more medical professionals are earning their certifications online!
Immediately after passing the Texas PALS course you will be able to download a TX PALS card. Our instant cards are in PDF format and can be printed immediately. Instant cards are convenient for medical providers who need to demonstrate immediate proof of certification.
Largest and oldest
EMT Advantage is the largest and oldest online ACLS provider. Recently we expanded our courses to include Texas BLS, and PALS. Today, you can receive up to a 15% discount when you order multiple courses. Order a TX BLS, ACLS and PALS online and save both time and money!
Texas health overview
The state of Texas ranked 40th in 2010 and fell down to 44th in regard to overall public health. Texas ranked 30th in the number of cardiac related deaths and 13th in the number of deaths caused by cardiac problems.
Diabetes increased from 6.2% to 9.7% over the last decade and the state now has 1.8 million adults who have been diagnosed with diabetes.
Obesity is now more widespread than it was ten years ago, with 31.7% of the population now affected, compared to 23.1% in 2001. Texas now has 5.8 million obese adults.
Though the rate of smoking among adults has fallen from 21.9% to 15.8% over the last five years, the state still has 2.9 million adults smokers.
The rate of preventable hospitalizations in the state has fallen from 78.7 to 72.8 discharges per 1,000 Medicare enrollees.
The rate of children below 18 who live in poverty has increased from 22.0% to 26.5% over the last five years.
Texas health strengths
Low rate of cancer related deaths
Low rate of smoking among adults
Moderate rate of infant mortality
Texas health challenges
A huge, uninsured population
High rate of infectious disease
Low use or early prenatal care
The “Texas Healthy Communities” has been introduced and implemented in Texas, funded by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) to provide technical help, training facilities and referral to various communities, to help them formulate better policies for promoting overall health and preventing disease in the state. An effort is made to provide better access to healthcare facilities and reduce (and gradually remove) health disparities, reduce exposure to tobacco and reducing the complications associated with chronic diseases.
A free service called the ImmTrac, which registers all the immunizations in the state, was recently launched. The data collected by ImmTrac is kept secure and confidential, though it can be made available to authorized professionals like private and public healthcare providers, doctors and nurses. It is one of the initiatives to increase immunization coverage in the state. The availability of data ensures that all providers authorized to use ImmTrac can completely track the immunization schedules of residents and thus help insure that no one misses an immunization, gets over-immunized and everyone receives timely alerts for upcoming immunization shots.
The TCID (Texas Center for Infectious Disease) has been set up to provide high quality medical aid to people diagnosed with tuberculosis.
Oct 12, 2018 -- Dallas police officers saved state fair worker's life
Thanks to the decisiveness of five police officers, this worker from the State Fair is still alive today. It was grand opening of the Texas State Fair and everybody was busy and excited. Police officers from the Dallas Police Department had just closed down the area to let the band pass when they saw a man collapse while working on the state grounds. It was difficult for the medical workers to enter the area because of the crowd. What the police officers did was to carry the man to a golf cart then perform CPR until emergency medical technicians arrived on the scene.
Sep 21, 2018 -- Woman travelling to visit family died on board flight to Dallas
A happy reunion awaiting a Kenyan woman in the US ended in grief and mourning. Hannah Kamau was travelling to the United States from Nairobi, Kenya to visit her children and grandchildren. She was looking forward to being reunited with her family but that never happened because one hour before landing at the Dallas Airport, she became terribly sick and suddenly collapsed. The airline crew said that Kamau experienced shortness of breath and tried to gasp for air before she lost consciousness. The crew immediately performed CPR until the woman regained consciousness. After 10 minutes, she collapsed again and never regained consciousness.
Jun 30, 2018 -- CPR training, part of AHA new business
The Texas AHA's branch is planning to launch a project called Resuscitation Quality Improvement program which aims to go to hospitals and offer free hands on CPR experience. The knowledge will be 100% updated to the current guidelines which makes it easier to keep health personal up to date with the newest techniques.
Aug 12, 2016 -- Bystanders become heroes
A teenager was found drowned in a pool by a group of unidentified bystanders who helped him by performing CPR. Several units from EMS and STAR flight responded quickly to the emergency by airlifting his body from Hamilton Pool to the nearest medical center, all thanks to the group of strangers that came quickly to help.
May 10, 2016 -- Middle school girl saves father with CPR
Joe Thomas had just finished working in the yard when he felt tightness in his chest. He called his wife who was shopping with their daughter Aerin nearby. They got home to find Joe lying on the bed at home. He soon lost consciousness. Angela, Joe's wife, began CPR, but their daughter Aerin quickly took over, telling her mother that she wasn't doing it right. She had received CPR as part of her P.E. class 3 months earlier. Paramedics arrived and took over. Joe is expected to make a full recovery.
Mar 08, 2016 -- Nurse saves life at intermediate school
A visitor at Travis Intermediate School went into cardiac arrest in February. Nurse Rachelle L. Thinnes responded by performing CPR and making use of an AED machine. The school district promotes the training of first response teams that are summoned by a code blue button throuhout the schools. Thinnes says it was God who saved the individual in this situation and encourages others to train in bystander CPR, saying that it's easy to learn. Thinnes was recognized in a special ceremony for her actions.
Oct 14, 2015 -- Child saved by a police officer
"Officer Donald Venable responded to an emergency call after he heard reports on his radio of a baby with breathing difficulties in Sunland Park, New Mexico.Posting a picture of the officer with the baby on their Facebook page, Sunland Park Police Department said: ""Officer Venable did what he was trained to do and saved the baby. "
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Nov 07, 2014 -- 81-year-old woman proved you’re not too old to save someone’s life
An 81-year-old woman who is on dialysis and has had a history of two heart attacks just saved the life of her 85-year-old husband when he suffered a heart attack. The old woman who was normally weak from dialysis spearheaded the rescue action for her husband. With 911 on speaker phone and help from her son, she straddled her husband’s body and performed chest compressions. The victim was able to breathe again before the paramedics arrived. The woman just proved that keeping a clear head, being old, and not in great shape should not stop you from saving someone’s life.