Education

About our classes

To learn more about the classes we offer, please see the list below. By selecting the title of the class you’re interested in, you will be directed to an event page that includes course summary, requirements, credit information, cost, dates, location, registration buttons and more.

Non-employees: If you know which class or program you would like to take, you may go directly to the registration site by following this link, NAH Learning Management System (LMS) for community members

Employees: If you know which class or program you would like to take, you may go directly to the NAH Colleague Portal by following this link, NAHLink.com.

If you are having issues accessing your account, please call the NAH Education Department at 928-773-2491.


Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff
Education Center – Courtyard Plaza, Flagstaff

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At the conclusion of this course, each participant will be able to demonstrate appropriate techniques in resuscitating the adult patient. A strong emphasis will be placed on appropriate dysrhythmia recognition and management. AHA BLS for Healthcare Provider is included with all ACLS classes.


Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff
Valleywise Health Center – Administration Bldg, Phoenix

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The Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses (ATCN) Course is taught concurrently with the Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) for physicians. This program is presented by the Society of Trauma Nurses in cooperation with The American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma. This course was developed to teach established standards of trauma care and practical lifesaving skills. This course is designed for the nurse working in Emergency Departments, Intensive Care Units, the Prehospital Setting or any department related to trauma care.


Advanced Trauma Life Support

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff
HonorHealth – John C. Lincoln Medical Center, Phoenix
Valleywise Health Center, Phoenix

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The ATLS student course teaches established standards of trauma care and practical, lifesaving skills. This course is designed for the physician who does not regularly treat victims of major trauma and does not have immediate access to sophisticated emergency care facilities. Physicians treating trauma patients in emergency or surgical departments will also benefit from ATLS.


AWHONN Advanced Fetal Heart Monitoring

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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AWHONN’s Advanced Fetal Monitoring Course (AFMC), designed for the experienced clinician, focuses on the application of advanced concepts and knowledge of fetal monitoring as they apply to complex maternal-fetal case scenarios. The course builds on knowledge gained from the AWHONN Intermediate Fetal Monitoring Course (IFMC).


AWHONN Intermediate Fetal Heart Monitoring

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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AWHONN’s Intermediate Fetal Monitoring Course (IFMC) is a 2 day offering focusing on the application of essential fetal monitoring knowledge and skills in intrapartum nursing practice.


Basic Life Support (CPR)

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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This course teaches the CPR skills of BLS for victims of all ages, use of an AED for adults and children, and relief of foreign body airway obstruction. This course is intended for participants who work in a healthcare setting (doctors, nurses, paramedics, EMTs, respiratory therapists). A course completion card is issued for all participants who successfully complete the written examination and skills demonstration.


Basic Life Support Instructor Class

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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This course is designed for those who wish to teach Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider, Heartsaver CPR, or Heartsaver First Aid for the layperson. Instructor candidates must have prior approval from the Northern Arizona Healthcare AHA Training Center Coordinator to register for the class, and must fax or present their current Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider card from the American Heart Association (AHA) prior to acceptance in the course.


Cardiac Dysrhythmia Analysis Level 1 – Basic ECG Interpretation

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff
Education Center, Cottonwood

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This program is designed to prepare the health care professional, who is working in an environment with cardiac monitoring to interpret cardiac rhythms. It is also an ideal preparation class for the health care provider taking ACLS for the first time.


Cardiac Dysrhythmia Analysis Level 2 – ECG Refresher

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff
Education Center, Cottonwood

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This 4 hour ECG Refresher course is geared towards the experienced provider looking to refresh current knowledge and skills of ECG interpretation. Non-lethal and lethal rhythms will be reviewed, from sinus to asystole. If you need a review but don’t need a two day course, Cardiac Dysrhythmia Analysis Level 2 is for you!


Cardiac Dysrhythmia Analysis Level 2A – ECG Refresher & ACLS Algorithm Review

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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This 4 hour ECG Refresher & ACLS review course is geared towards the experienced provider looking to refresh current knowledge and skills of ECG interpretation and patient management utilizing ACLS algorithms. If you need to brush up on rhythm analysis and ACLS, this course is for you!


Cardiac Dysrhythmia Analysis Level 3 – Advanced ECG Interpretation

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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This one day program is designed to enhance advanced cardiac rhythm assessment skills for the health care professional working in an environment with cardiac monitoring. 


Cardiac Dysrhythmia Analysis Level 4 – 12 Lead ECG Interpretation

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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This program has been designed to provide a basic foundation in 12-lead electrocardiography analysis for any health care professional interested in developing skills in basic 12-lead ECG interpretation. Topics will be covered through lecture, visual aids, case studies and handouts.


HeartSaver CPR/AED First Aid

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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This course is designed for the layperson who wants to be prepared to act in an emergency at home or work.


CCRN Certification Review Course

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The CCRN Certification Prep course is divided into 4-hour sessions by body systems. The learner may sign up for each course they would like to attend – registration for all five classes is NOT required. Each course will begin with a 30 minute review of the CCRN Handbook and Exam and the class will follow the AACN Core Curriculum text as a guide. Through lectures, practice questions and review of test taking strategies, the participant will have the tools necessary to pass the CCRN exam.


Neonatal Resuscitation Program

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) is an educational program consisting of an online exam (completed before attending class), integrated skill stations, and simulations with debriefing that are designed for health care professionals involved in any aspect of neonatal resuscitation. This includes physicians, nurses, advanced practice nurses, nurse midwives, licensed midwives, respiratory care practitioners, and other health care professionals who provide direct care during resuscitation.


PCCN Certification Review Course

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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This course is designed to assist the telemetry and stepdown nurse to prepare for the PCCN exam. The class will follow the AACN Core Curriculum text as a guide.


Pediatric Advanced Life Support

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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At the conclusion of this course, each participant will be able to demonstrate appropriate techniques in resuscitating the critically injured or ill child. A strong emphasis will be placed on appropriate assessment and management of the respiratory and shock states.


Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS)

Location(s)
Northern Arizona Healthcare Training Center, Flagstaff

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Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) picks up where the initial educational programs leave off. The course focuses on trauma patients in the pre-hospital environment – how to identify, manage, and transport them with the highest level of care, giving them the greatest chance of survival.


The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program

Location(s)
Education Center – Courtyard Plaza, Cottonwood

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The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program has been designed for the period following resuscitation of the newborn until care is transferred to the neonatal transport team or members of the neonatal ICU team. This mnemonic based tool focuses on the post-resuscitation care of sick neonates including physical assessment, problem recognition, and patient management. The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program is a concise, directive tool to help maternal/child healthcare providers to organize the myriad of details and interventions necessary to provide care to a sick and/or premature infant.


The S.T.A.B.L.E Cardiac Program

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The S.T.A.B.L.E. – Cardiac Module provides general guidelines for the assessment and stabilization of neonates with suspected congenital heart disease (CHD). The first section of the module reviews the physical exam of neonates with suspected CHD. The second section details the anatomic features, clinical presentation, and initial stabilization of neonates with CHD, and emphasizes differentiation of cardiac from pulmonary disease. The final section discusses modifications to the six S.T.A.B.L.E. assessment components that are necessary when caring for neonates with suspected or confirmed CHD.