FAQs

What is the difference between the ARC ALS Level 1 and Level 2 courses?


ALS 1: has been developed for participants that would not normally manage deteriorating patients or cardiac arrest as part of their normal clinical role. The course is focused on foundation skills and knowledge development. The course is suitable for clinicians who work outside of critical care areas or are new/developing critical care clinicians such as ward-based nurses, GPs, paramedics, and community health care workers. ALS 2: has been developed for participants who work in critical care areas or may be responsible for the management or care of the deteriorating patient or cardiac arrest. The course is focused on the development of higher-level skills and knowledge over the ALS 1 course. The course is suitable for clinicians who work in critical care areas such as ED or ICU nurses and doctors, critical care paramedics and emergency team leaders.




Do I have to complete ALS1 before ALS2?


No, ALS1 is not a prerequisite for ALS2




Are you approved by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) to deliver Advanced Life Support Courses?


Yes, MTS is an ARC-accredited Course Centre.




Can I enrol now and pay later?


Your place will not be reserved, and any pre-course materials will not be released until payment has been received




Can you email my ALS pre-reading to me?


Unfortunately, we are unable to email digital copies of the ALS manuals, we will post pre-reading to you, or pick up from out MTS Office in Osborne Park can be arranged




How do I access my e-Learning?


You will receive an email approximately 2 weeks prior to your course date with instructions on how to access your e-Learning. If you do not receive this email, please call us on (08) 9386 7889 or 0491 083 938




I’m no longer able to attend my course, can I transfer of receive a refund?


Please refer to our Cancellation & Transfer Policy or contact us.