Prices, Policies, & Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

Class Prices

     BLS for Healthcare Providers




     ACLS Renewal




     PALS Renewal


     Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED






Cancellation and Rescheduling Policy

Rescheduling: The rescheduling of ONE class is permitted per student with written notice to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Rescheduling is free of charge up to 48 hours prior to the start of class.  Rescheduling within 48 hours of the start of class will be subject to a $25 rescheduling fee. 


To receive a refund, provide written notice to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Refunds are subject to a cancellation fees of $25 for cancellations made up to 48 hours prior to the start of class.  NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN WITHIN 48 HOURS OF THE START OF THE CLASS.  IF YOU ARE UNABALE TO ATTEND CLASS, YOU CAN RESCHEDULE FOR A FEE OF $25 BUT NO MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.  Refunds will be issued within 2 business days. You will receive an automatic refund receipt via email once your refund has been issued. Once your refund is issued, it typically takes 2-5 business days (but may take up to 7-10 business days) to appear on your credit card statement.  


Students arriving more than 15 late to class will not be allowed in the classroom.  The class will need to be rescheduled.

How To Register For A Class

All classes must be paid for in advance. All registrations are done online on our Schedule & Sign-up page.  We accept Mastercard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. If you do not have a major credit card, please contact us to arrange an alternative payment method.

CPR World uses the secure Authorize.Net gateway for all transactions. For further information on our credit card processing security please click on the seal at the bottom of our website.


Taking Renewal Courses Without A Current Course Completion Card 

ACLS/PALS: Students may take the ACLS Renewal or PALS Renewal courses even if their current provider card has been lost or expired. However, students who can not present a current course completion card will not be given the option of "remediation"- therefore you must pass the skills testing and written exam on the first attempt or else you will be required to return to complete the full provider course (AHA Program Administration Manual, page 51).

BLS for Healthcare Providers: For BLS courses the renewal course is the same as the initial course. There is no separate course for renewal students.

CEUs (Continuing Education Units)

The ACLS full course and PALS full courses qualify for CEUs under the Massachusetts Board of Nursing.  BLS courses, ACLS Renewals, or PALS Renewals do NOT qualify for CEUs.  For other licensing boards please contact the board directly to check if the class you are taking at CPR World qualifies for CEUs.

Receiving Your Course Completion Card

Students will receive an email from the AHA within 24 hours of completing their course.  Upon receipt of the email, you can log onto the AHA to retrieve your ecard.    In some rare circumstances, there may be an unforeseen delay.  Please contact us if you do not receive your confirmation within 24 hours and we will research it for you.  Emails will be sent only if the ACLS or PALS Pre-Course Self-Assessment has been completed and given to CPR World. 


BLS for Healthcare Providers and ACLS are two separate classes with two separate course completion cards. BLS for Healthcare Providers covers several concepts that ACLS does not, such as pediatric/infant emergencies and choking. ACLS certification does not include BLS for Healthcare Providers certification.

Renewing ACLS & BLS On The Same Day

Some ACLS Renewal courses have a "BLS add-on" option. For these courses, you have the option of saving time by renewing your BLS for Healthcare Providers certification on the same day as the ACLS Renewal course for a cost of $129. BLS add-ons last approximately two hours and are held directly after the ACLS Renewal course. 

This option is offered only for ACLS Renewal classes that are marked with a (*) on our Schedule & Sign-up page

Mixing and Matching 2-Day Classes

All 2-day classes (ACLS or PALS) are scheduled for 2 consecutive days. If you can not come on the Day 2 that is scheduled, you may attend Day 2 of another week's class if you contact us in advance to make this request. You must attend Day 2 within 60 days of when you attend for Day 1.

Leaving Classes Early / Coming Late

Please sign up for a class only if you are able to arrive at the scheduled start time and stay until the approximate end time posted on the Sign-up page.  The required practical skills test and written exam are administered at the end of each course, therefore students may not leave early.  Late students are admitted at the discretion of CPR World.

ACLS Renewal and PALS Renewal Preparation

Click on the link at the bottom of our website to take the AHA Pre-Course Self-Assessment.  This is mandatory to complete prior to class. This will familiarize you with the material you will be learning in class.  Bring your results to class or email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   The completion of this Assessment is a mandatory part of the course and is a requirement in receiving your certificate.  The AHA gives CEUs for taking your Pre-Course Self-Assessment.

Instructor Courses

CPR World does not offer instructor courses. Please contact the American Heart Association to find instructor courses in your area.


CPR World does not offer discounts, promotions, or bundling deals.

What to Bring/Wear

Scrubs are not allowed to be worn to class.

Wear comfortable clothing. Classes require physical activity.  If you have physical conditions that might prevent you from participating in the course, please tell one of the instructors when you arrive for the course.  The instructor will work to accommodate your needs within the stated course completion requirements.

Please bring your textbook/student manual if you already have one in your possession. If you do not have one you may purchase one at CPR World on the day of class.

We recommend bringing a sweater for summer classes due to the temperature we keep the classroom.

Guarantee for Passing Courses

Students may repeat any course free of charge if they do not pass the course.

Public Transportation

CPR World is not easily accessible by public transportation. The nearest train stations are Stoughton Station (3 miles), Canton Junction, and Canton Station (4 miles away). 


There is plenty of free on-site parking.  The most convenient parking lot is located on the left side of the building. Students can enter the building through the doors located at the West entrance. There is also parking in the front of the building.  The walk to the classroom is further; however, there is ample signage on the walls directing you to CPR World.

Age Restrictions

You must be at least 14 years old to take classes at CPR World.

Weather Cancellations

Cancellation of classes due to snow is rare at CPR World. Any cancellations will be posted on the website. Please contact CPR World to inquire on the status of your class.

Code of Conduct 

Relationships between instructors and students are strictly professional.  Please do not give personal information to instructors.  Communication is strictly within the confines of CPR World and should not take outside of class hours.  This can lead to immediate dismissal of both parties.  

Liability Statement

Our courses may include physical strain, the possibility of cross infection, and emotional stress.  If your physician has recommended that you avoid strenuous activity or limit your activity in any way, you need to realize that CPR is hard work.  This is true both in practicing on the manikin and doing CPR for a cardiac arrest victim.  If you have a medical or cardiac history that may be aggravated by the performance of CPR, you should consult your physician and ask for advice as to whether you should participate in a CPR course.  If you have reservations about being able to perform CPR on a cardiac arrest victim, you should consider this before beginning the course.  If you have recently had any type of infectious disease, including upper respiratory infection or open sores on your mouth or hands, it may be better to defer manikin practice until you are well.  We appreciate your understanding these issues and using good judgement. 


When you enter the CPR World classroom, you enter an area where photography, audio, and video recording will occur.  This will be used to continually improve delivery of educational material from instructor to students and for the validity of content being implied and inferred.  Videos will not be viewed by anyone other than CPR World employees. 


CPRWorld, Inc. 
45 Dan Road
Suite 142
Canton, MA 02021


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Pre-Course Self Assessment

ACLS and PALS Students:

Click on the link below to access the 2020 Precourse Self-Assessment




All Students:

Click on the link below to be directed to the AHA website to view your ecard.