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Dear Healthcare Professional:

Good day! Thank you for your interest in our American Heart Association (AHA) Life Support courses.
The AHA continuously updates and publishes resuscitation guidelines which set the standard for
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) protocols around the world and make up the basis for the AHA
courses used to educate millions of healthcare professionals each year. AHA Life Support courses teach
the latest and most effective resuscitation practices using the best techniques in instruction and
simulation. Our commitment to quality training makes AHA the certification of choice for hospitals both
here and abroad.

The Academy of Emergency Sciences (AES) is glad to offer these courses to you. Below is an overview
of the different courses we provide:

COURSE CONTENT
Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course
• High quality CPR for adults, children, and infants
• The AHA Chain of Survival, specifically the BLS components
• Use of an AED
• Effective ventilations using a barrier device
• Importance of teams in a multi-rescuer CPR
• Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults and infants

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Provider Course


• Basic life support skills, including effective chest compressions, use of a bag-mask device, and
use of an AED
• Recognition and early management of respiratory and cardiac arrest
• Recognition and early management of peri-arrest conditions such as symptomatic bradycardia
• Airway management
• Related pharmacology
• Management of ACS & Stroke
• Effective communication as a member and leader of a resuscitation team

WHAT MAKES TRAINING WITH US DIFFERENT?


While there are many training centers that you can choose from, the Academy of Emergency Sciences
offers an advantage that students won’t get anywhere else --- experience. Lots of it! Our AHA courses are
taught and supervised by actively practicing Emergency Medicine specialists who resuscitate the critically
ill on an almost daily basis. We confidently teach skills like ECG interpretation, team management,
defibrillation, intubation, cardioversion, and pacing, among others because we’ve performed them on
multiple occasions on actual patients. We do not merely talk about them in theory. Our work in the ER
allows us to teach resuscitation from an authentic point of view and bridge gaps between classroom
know-how and real world skills. This in turn gives our students the confidence and competence needed to
step-up when their patient’s life is on the line.


Emergency care is our calling; education, our passion.

COURSE SCHEDULE
November 2018
Course Date
AM Group (7 AM to 12 PM)
BLS Only November 1, 8, 24, 29
PM Group (1 PM to 6 PM)
(5 hours)
Extra schedule November 28 (9 AM to 3 PM)
November 3-4 ACLS Day 1: November 3 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group ACLS Day 2: November 4 (8 AM to 5 PM)
November 10-11 ACLS Day 1: November 10 (1 PM to 5 PM)
ACLS Only Group ACLS Day 2: November 11 (8 AM to 5 PM)
(12 hours) November 17-18 ACLS Day 1: November 17 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group ACLS Day 2: November 18 (8 AM to 5 PM)
November 21-22 ACLS Day 1: November 21 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group ACLS Day 2: November 22 (8 AM to 5 PM)
BLS: November 3 (7 AM to 12 PM)
November 3-4
ACLS Day 1: November 3 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group
ACLS Day 2: November 4 (8 AM to 5 PM)
BLS: November 10 (7 AM to 12 PM)
November 10-11
ACLS Day 1: November 10 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group
BLS + ACLS ACLS Day 2: November 11 (8 AM to 5 PM)
(17 hours) BLS: November 17 (7 AM to 12 PM)
November 17-18
ACLS Day 1: November 17 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group
ACLS Day 2: November 18 (8 AM to 5 PM)
BLS: November 21 (7 AM to 12 PM)
November 21-22
ACLS Day 1: November 21 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group
ACLS Day 2: November 22 (8 AM to 5 PM)

December 2018
Course Date
BLS Only AM Group (7 AM to 12 PM)
December 6, 13, 20, 27
(5 hours) PM Group (1 PM to 6 PM)
December 1-2 ACLS Day 1: December 1 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group ACLS Day 2: December 2 (8 AM to 5 PM)
December 8-9 ACLS Day 1: December 8 (1 PM to 5 PM)
ACLS Only Group ACLS Day 2: December 9 (8 AM to 5 PM)
(12 hours) December 12-13 ACLS Day 1: December 12 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group ACLS Day 2: December 13 (8 AM to 5 PM)
December 15-16 ACLS Day 1: December 15 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group ACLS Day 2: December 16 (8 AM to 5 PM)
BLS: December 1 (7 AM to 12 PM)
December 1-2
ACLS Day 1: December 1 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group
ACLS Day 2: December 2 (8 AM to 5 PM)
BLS: December 8 (7 AM to 12 PM)
December 8-9
ACLS Day 1: December 8 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group
BLS + ACLS ACLS Day 2: December 9 (8 AM to 5 PM)
(17 hours) BLS: December 12 (7 AM to 12 PM)
December 12-13
ACLS Day 1: December 12 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group
ACLS Day 2: December 13 (8 AM to 5 PM)
BLS: December 15 (7 AM to 12 PM)
December 15-16
ACLS Day 1: December 15 (1 PM to 5 PM)
Group
ACLS Day 2: December 16 (8 AM to 5 PM)


Emergency care is our calling; education, our passion.

Students are encouraged to come 30 minutes before the start of their class. Late students will not be
entertained. There will be no refunds for students who are late.

WHO MAY ENROLL


BLS: Anyone with a background in healthcare including first responders (e.g. firefighters, police officers,
safety officers etc) are eligible to enroll.
ACLS: Senior nursing students, nursing graduates, medical clerks, medical interns, nurses, EMTs, and
doctors are eligible to enroll.

CPD UNITS
The Academy of Emergency Sciences is an authorized Professional Regulation Commission CPD
Provider for Medicine and Nursing with license number 2018-296. Upon successful completion of the
course, students will earn the following credits:

BLS | Medicine 3.5 Units | Nursing 5 Units


ACLS | Medicine 10 Units | Nursing 16 Units

CPD certificates will be sent through email at the end of the month. Students can print this certificate and
submit it for their PRC License renewal.

SLOT AVAILABILITY
The AHA requires all its courses to maintain a strict 1:3 CPR mannequin to student ratio as well as a 1:6
instructor to student ratio. This assures students of close instructor supervision and adequate practice. As
such, we only accept a limited number of participants for each course. We advise you to register
early.

BLS Course: 12 slots


ACLS Course: 12 slots

COURSE VENUE
Unit 204, The Main Place Building
190 N. Domingo corner Pinaglabanan St.
San Juan, Metro Manila

If going by taxi, private car, Grab or Uber:


Google maps, Waze, Grab, and Uber users can plot “Academy of Emergency Sciences” to locate building

If commuting:
Get yourself to Cubao. There is a jeep terminal along P.A. Bernardo St. near Astrotel Hotel Cubao
labeled “Cubao-San Juan via N. Domingo” that passes by The Main Place Building. There is a Chinabank
and Ministop located on the ground floor. You can also ride the MRT 2 and get off at J Ruiz Station.


Emergency care is our calling; education, our passion.

DRESS CODE AND MEALS


These courses are hands-on and practice-based. Students are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes
(modest neckline for ladies) and closed shoes. Coffee and light snacks will be served but lunch will NOT
be provided.

COURSE FEES
Reservation Paid on Day
Total Course Fee
Fee of Course
BLS Only
• Inclusive of your own BLS Php 2600 Php 1600 Php 1000
manual (ebook)
ACLS Only
• Inclusive of your own ACLS Php 5600 Php 3600 Php 2000
manual (ebook)
BLS + ACLS Package
• Integrated review of
ECG/Pharmacology Php 7800 Php 4800 Php 3000
• Inclusive of your own BLS and
ACLS manuals (ebooks)


Emergency care is our calling; education, our passion.

COURSE FEES FOR RENEWAL STUDENTS WHO HAVE 2016 AHA EBOOKS/MANUALS
Reservation Paid on Day
Total Course Fee
Fee of Course
BLS Only
Php 1900 Php 1900 None
• No ebook included
ACLS Only
Php 3600 Php 2600 Php 1000
• No ebook included
BLS + ACLS Package
• Integrated review of
Php 5100 Php 3100 Php 2000
ECG/Pharmacology
• No ebooks included

The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and
has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course
does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a
portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the AHA.

IMPORTANT INFO FOR RENEWAL STUDENTS WHO HAVE 2016 AHA


EBOOKS/MANUALS
As per AHA policy, students must have their own student manual/ebook before, during, and after the
course. Only the 2016 version of AHA student manuals/ebooks will be accepted. Renting and borrowing
of ebooks/manuals is strictly prohibited. Students will be asked to prove ownership of their ebook by
allowing AES to inspect their ebook readers on the day of the course. If a student has a paperback
manual, only receipts in the students’ name will be accepted as proof of ownership. Ebook readers or
receipts must be brought on the day of the course. If a student fails to prove ownership, the student will
be charged Php 700 for a BLS ebook and Php 2000 for an ACLS ebook. Failure to comply will forfeit any
reservation fees made and the student will not be allowed to take the course.

PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE


We guarantee our students excellent training at the BEST value. We are confident that we offer the most
affordable training packages in the market today. If you happen to find a better offer, we’ll happily match
the price! Simply bring a valid* ad with your best prices during class so we can refund the difference,
PLUS you get a free gift from us!

*Valid ads include official Facebook posts, letters, emails, and flyers. Ads must cover the same AHA
course within the same month.

STUDENT MANUALS/EBOOKS
Ebooks
Access codes and instructions for downloading your AHA ebooks will be emailed to you once we’ve
confirmed your enrollment. AHA ebooks can be read on a PC, Mac, iOs, and Android devices.

ACLS PRECOURSE REQUIREMENTS


Students taking the ACLS course must complete the online Precourse Self-Assessment module. You
may access it at www.heart.org/eccstudent. The password is acls15. Please print your Precourse Self-
Assessment certificate and bring it with you when you come to class.


Emergency care is our calling; education, our passion.

COURSE COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS/IDS/CERTIFICATES


The Academy of Emergency Sciences is an authorized training site of the AHA. We issue official AHA
IDs and certificates recognized and preferred by health institutions around the world.

The AHA has recently adopted an open resource or open book policy. Students will be allowed to refer to
their manuals or ebooks when taking their written exams. A closed book policy however will be
maintained during the practical exams.

BLS Course
• To pass the BLS Course, the student must complete the training course, score 84% or better in
the written exam (≥21 out of 25 items), and pass the practical exam.
• Upon passing these exams, the student will be issued an official AHA BLS ID and certificate on
the same day.

ACLS Course
• To pass the ACLS Course, the student must complete the training course, score 84% or better in
the written exam (≥42 out of 50 items), and pass the Megacode exam.
• Upon passing these exams, the student will be issued an official AHA ACLS ID and certificate on
the same day.

REMEDIAL EXAMINATIONS
• Students who score <70% in the written exam will not be allowed to take the practical exam and
will be advised to retake the course.
• Students who score ≥70% but <84% in the written exam will be allowed to take the practical
exam. They may take the remedial exam after they have successfully completed the practical
exam. No AHA licenses will be issued until students pass both their remedial and practical
examinations.

HOW TO REGISTER

Step 1: Before making any payments, first call or text 09209004515 to determine if slots are still
available.

Step 2: Deposit the corresponding reservation fee to the following bank account:

RESERVATION FEES
Reservation Paid on Day
Fee of Course
BLS Only
Php 1600 Php 1000
• Inclusive of your own BLS manual (ebook)
ACLS Only
Php 3600 Php 2000
• Inclusive of your own ACLS manual (ebook)
BLS + ACLS
• Integrated review of ECG/Pharmacology Php 4800 Php 3000
• Inclusive of your own BLS and ACLS manuals (ebooks)


Emergency care is our calling; education, our passion.

RESERVATION FEES FOR RENEWAL STUDENTS WHO HAVE 2016 AHA EBOOK/MANUAL
Reservation Paid on Day
Fee of Course
BLS Only
Php 1900 None
• No ebook included
ACLS Only
Php 2600 Php 1000
• No ebook included
BLS + ACLS
Php 3100 Php 2000
• No ebooks included

Bank Account Details:


Core Emergency Competencies Co.
BDO Account Number: 004850249577

You may also pay the reservation fee via LBC or Cebuana Lhuilier (for pick up at LBC or Cebuana
Lhuilier branches). Please make it payable to:

Paolo Edgardo Cortez Palad Jr


ER Dept, St. Luke’s Global, Taguig City

Reservation fees are non-refundable if the student decides to cancel his/her enrollment. All reservations
are considered final and reservation fees cannot be used to reschedule a course. In case a class does
not push through for reasons beyond our control (acts of God, low enrollment, etc), organizers will either
reschedule your class or provide a full refund of the reservation fee less ebook costs.

Step 3: : Send a picture of the LBC or Cebuana Lhuillier receipt or BDO deposit slip together with your
details below to either SMS/Viber: 09209004515 or email: aesciences@yahoo.com

1. Full name (name that you want to be written on your AHA ID and certificate)
2. Course to enroll in and date (ex. BLS AM Group January 7, 2017)
3. Cellphone number
4. Email address
5. Profession

Please send your complete details otherwise you will not be registered. You will receive a reply
confirming your booking once we’ve received your deposit slip/tracking number and details. Students are
advised to register early so they may study their manuals thoroughly before taking the course.

We hope these courses will help you take even better care of your patients. We look forward to meeting
you soon. For further inquiries, you may call/text us at 09209004515.

Sincerely yours,

Paolo Edgardo C. Palad Jr. MD, FPCEM


Course Director
The Academy of Emergency Sciences


Emergency care is our calling; education, our passion.