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NRP Recertification


Certification Renewal

As medical practices continue to advance and improve, staying up to date remains an imperative aspect of your career. ACLS provides top-rated and accredited medical recertification, so if it’s time to renew your NRP training, we can help.

Certified healthcare workers are in high demand, and ACLS works with our students to fill that demand. We offer online courses designed to build on your existing experiences and knowledge. We are a fully accredited medical recertification provider. Doctors, nurses, emergency responders, and other healthcare professionals can further their existing understanding of the skills and procedures needed to assist children suffering from a cardiopulmonary emergency through ACLS certification renewal.

This ACLS recertification course is nationally accredited and offers 4 CEU credits through organizations including the AANA, ACCME, ACPE, ADA, ANCC, and CAPCE.

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What Does NRP Recertification Take?

Our NRP certification renewal course provides accredited CEU/CME credits for EMTs, AEMTs, paramedics, respiratory therapists, nurses, nurse anesthetists, physicians, physician assistants, dentists, and other seasoned medical professionals. Our NRP recertification provides you with four CEU credits and is a thorough review of skills and best practices, so you can build the core competence you need to provide the best medical care possible.

  • Cognitive knowledge of NRP concepts and interventions
  • Critical components of newborn resuscitation, including a solid understanding of the correct sequence according to the NRP flow diagram and optimize neonatal outcomes
  • Supporting the goals and purpose of NRP Provider status
  • NRP knowledge, skills, and teamwork, which may reduce neonatal morbidity and mortality by participating in a hands-on skills evaluation or online skills assessment

Frequently Asked Questions

An NRP certification will help prepare you as a provider to care for and manage infants experiencing cardiopulmonary emergencies. In short, it will help you improve outcomes and save lives. An NRP certification can also help medical professionals expand their job opportunities and career growth.

Research and healthcare information is constantly evolving to reveal new and better methods of care for patients. Renewing your NRP certification and staying current on the latest best practices is crucial to helping you provide care that saves lives.

ACLS.com’s courses provide accredited CEU/CME credits for EMTs, AEMTs, paramedics, respiratory therapists, nurses, nurse anesthetists, physicians, physician assistants, dentists, and pharmacists. Our NRP certification and renewal courses offer CEU credits through organizations including the AANA, ACCME, ACPE, ADA, ANCC, and CAPCE. Our NRP online course is nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE), and in joint partnership with the Postgraduate Institute of Medicine (PIM). However, each employer has unique certification requirements. We recommend that you check with your employer to ensure that our NRP certification meets their requirements. We stand behind all of our certification courses, so if an organization does not accept our certifications, we will give you your money back, guaranteed.

You can print your NRP digital provider card immediately after finishing your certification. In addition, we’ll mail a printed provider card to you within 2 or 3 business days after you complete the course.

Your initial NRP certification is valid for 2 years and provides you with 8 CEUs/CMEs. Once your certification expires, you will need to complete an NRP recertification, which provides you with 4 CEUs/CMEs, to remain actively certified.

Our online PALS certification course will provide you with 8 CEU/CME credits, and our PALS recertification will provide you with 4 CEU/CME credits through organizations including the AANA, ACCME, ACPE, ADA, ANCC, and CAPCE.

If your NRP certification is over 60 days expired, you will need to check with your employer to find out their specific requirements for recertification. Once you are ready to recertify, our cost-effective, flexible options can help you easily renew your license.

At ACLS.com, we’ve helped tens of thousands of healthcare providers receive or renew their NRP certification online. We focus on providing industry-leading certifications that will help you save time and money. We know that you are busy. That’s why we focus on providing quality education that fits your schedule and budget. You can easily access our NRP courses on your phone at home, at work, or on the move. Even if you only have a few minutes, our courses are designed so you can conveniently come back and pick up right where you left up. With our online NRP certifications, we make it easier for you to stay up to date on best medical practices and improve patient outcomes.

Why We’re Better

ACLS Certification Institute is trusted by more than 10,000 healthcare professionals to provide quality training and certification programs.

Trusted by Over 10,000 Providers

All our ACLS, BLS, NRP, and PALS courses are built using the latest emergency cardiovascular care (ECC) guidelines and standards published by the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) and meet all Joint Commission requirements.

24/7 Online Access

With 24/7 access to course materials and unlimited practice tests, you can complete your certification where and when you want. We also eliminate the stress of remembering to recertify by providing you with email and text reminders to ensure you don’t miss a deadline.

Nationally Accredited

Our emergency certification courses are accredited by the ADA, AMA, and ANCC in joint providership with the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM). Our courses are also accredited by CAPCE for emergency medical professionals. These accreditations allow you to earn up to eight hours of CEU/CME credit.

NRP Recertification