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 science guidelines
- 60 days 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 eCard
- Hard copy certificate with free shipping, if requested
Fast, convenient process
Earn your eCard from your computer
- Study the online training material
- Take the online exam on your schedule
- Get up to 3 free exam retakes
- Instant provider eCard once you pass
- Receive your hard copy certificate by mail, upon request
Frequently asked questions
1. When will my certificate arrive?
Answer: As soon as you pass you will be able to download an instant PDF provider eCard. The following day we will ship your hard copy certificate if requested. Hard copy certificates 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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(save 10% when you order 2 courses and 15% when you order 3)
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 so many medical professionals are skipping the classroom, saving time, saving money and earning their provider eCard online.
Each course includes comprehensive training material and our online exams. Courses are based on the most recent science guidelines and updated regularly. Exams are conducted online and typically take about an hour to complete. After 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!
Receive 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 do 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 certificates — receive one instantly and another by mail, upon request
As soon as you pass the exam you will receive a PDF provider eCard which you can print for immediate proof of certification. The following business day we will ship a hard copy certificate printed on professional certificate stock. The hard copy certificate typically arrives at your doorstep within 3–5 business days. The certificate is shipped only if requested.
Complete money back guarantee!
All of our courses include 60 days 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 60 days after purchase!
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 eCard (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 certificate within 1 business day after you pass
Vermont services snapshot
Don’t drive to class
Tired of disrupting your weeknights and weekends and driving across town to earn a Vermont ACLS? With our convenient and fast VT ACLS courses you won’t have to. Simply register online and you will receive instant access to a comprehensive course with everything you need to earn a full certification from your home computer. See why more and more medical professionals are discovering the benefits of online certification!
No prior proof of certification required
You won’t be required to mail us your expiring Vermont PALS certificate prior to registering for the VT PALS course. If you require a Vermont PALS recertification you may get started by purchasing the course online (we accept all major credit cards). As soon as your order is complete you’ll be given instructions and access to everything you need to earn your recertification online.
Ship certificates daily
We ship requested hard copy certificates daily. Our hard copy certificates are printed on professional certificate stock and shipped via first class mail when requested. If you’d like a Vermont BLS certificate shipped with a priority, simply select the express shipping option on VT BLS course during checkout and we’ll rush your certificate to door.
Vermont health overview
The state of Vermont is the healthiest state in the US and it has been the reigning champion for two years in a row. Vermont ranks 10th in the number of deaths caused by cardiac problems and 21st in the number of cancer related deaths per 100,000 people.
Obesity has increased over the last 10 years and now affects 23.9% of the adult population (compared to 18.2% ten years ago). The number of obese adults in the state has been estimated at 119,000.
The incidence of diabetes in Vermont has also increased and climbed up to 6.8% (compared to 4.6% ten years ago). 34,000 adults in the state have been diagnosed with diabetes at present.
The rate of smoking among adults has fallen from 21.5% to 15% over the last decade though the state still has 76,000 adult smokers among its population.
The outbreak of infectious diseases in the state has fallen from 8.5 to 3.1 cases per 100,000 people over the last year.
The percentage of children below 18 who live in poverty increased from 7.4% to 13.5% over the last five years.
Vermont health strengths
Low incidence of infectious disease
Low rate of violent crime
High rate of graduating from high school. An educated population understands the importance of preventive health care.
High use of prenatal care, particularly in the early stages
Vermont health challenges
High rate of binge drinking among adults
The percentage of people covered under from immunization is less than other states
Often called the “Green” state, Vermont is one of the healthiest states of America. However, that does not mean it is unaffected by health hazards.
Pollution continues to be a major cause of concern. The Vermont Department of Health receives and responds to hundreds of queries from concerned citizens, researchers and community organizations about health challenges stemming from air pollutants and water contaminants.
Since 2009, the health department of Vermont has received funds which are spent on building a network to collect healthcare data from across the state. This data is handed to the CDC (Center for Disease Control) National Tracking Network.
Recognizing the fact that better immunization coverage will help prevent and eventually eliminate preventable diseases and disorders, the Vermont Department of Health Immunization Program goes the extra mile to ensure that immunization coverage is extended to the maximum possible number of children and adults.
his program provides vaccines, training and technical support to vaccine providers in the public and private sector and creates awareness about the importance of immunization and vaccination.
Aug 26, 2018 -- Death defying Hamilton Falls
A collective effort of both bystanders and troopers from the Vermont State Police in performing CPR revived the victim who fell off the Hamilton Falls. Seventeen-year-old Tyler Rosenberg of New York was trying to cross to the other side of the falls when he slipped and fell, badly hitting his head. Bystanders on the scene immediately performed CPR to revive him while waiting for help. Additional CPR efforts were performed with the arrival of Corporal Mike Sorensen of the Vermont State Police until the victim started to breath on his own again. The victim was later airlifted to the Darmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center where he expired that same afternoon.
Jul 19, 2018 -- Northshire rescue squad gets a new automatic CPR unit
Rescue units no longer have to worry about limited number of staff during emergency situations. This newly-acquired equipment by the Northshire Rescue Squad can perform CPR the way an EMS can. The new equipment is called AutoPulse, an automatic CPR unit that can perform 80 compressions per minute on the entire chest and rib cage areas. It will significantly make the tasks easier for EMS as it will allow them to attend to more serious cases while the auto CPR is simultaneously doing its task. Subscription to this service is good for one year which covers all members of the family who have been listed in the subscription form.
Apr 07, 2017 -- No time to lose with CPR
A woman was found swerved to the side of the road after suffering a heart attack. Luckily for her, officer Stephen Bova was nearby. With no time to think, he inmediatly came to the rescue and performed CPR on the almost dying woman. The rescue team arrived and took the woman to a hospital for prompt treatment "I remember it being kind of a real gloomy, rainy morning -- and, you know, I didn't think the outlook was gonna be too positive — she really was in kind of bad condition. The doctor then turned and told me the life-saving efforts of Officer Bova directly lead to her ability to fully recover." said Lieutenant Michael Cram