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COURSES OFFERED in ORLANDO and TALLAHASSEE!  

 

HeartCode® ACLS is a self-directed, comprehensive eLearning program that uses eSimulation technology to allow students to assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings. Students are presented with a team dynamics lesson, 10 ACLS hospital-based case scenarios, and a written exam.

Your course registration fee ($135.00)  includes PART 1 of the 3 required steps to receive your ACLS completion card. Once you complete PART 1, you must also register and pay the course fee for the ACLS Skill Check ($85.00) to receive your course completion card.  

To receive your ACLS completion card you must successfully complete all of the following:

  • Part 1: Successful completion of HeartCode ACLS Part 1 online portion and the written exam. A certificate of completion will print which must be presented for parts 2 and 3
  • Part 2 and Part 3: Hands on skills practice and test session with an AHA ACLS instructor

NO REFUND is allowed once KeyCode is purchased.

Minimum technical requirements:

***Note: This course is not MAC compatible***

  • Internet Browser MS Internet Explorer 6 or above
  • Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 or above
  • Cookies Enabled
  • JavaScript Enabled
  • Connectivity minimum 240Kb/s (30 KB/s)
  • Screen Resolution minimum 1024 X 768 pixels
  • Macromedia Flash 9 or above

If you have completed the Heartcode online portion of the American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Course (http://www.onlineaha.org/)  you can complete a skill session to receive your ACLS Provider completion card.  Your official American Heart Association online completion certificate must be presented at the time of your skill session.  

Skill sessions require pre-registration to guarantee your appointment.  Skill sessions are scheduled based on instructor availabity.

 

    • Click on your preferred date, then Continue with Registration 
    • Click YES during registration to renew your BLS with your PALS course - Complete both courses in ONE day!

 

  • If there is not a date listed that works with your schedule, scroll to the bottom of the listed dates, Continue with Registration, include your availibility in the comment section OR you can email ltiefel@southeasternschool.org to arrange an appointment for your skill session, then complete your registration online.  

 

 

 

 

If you have completed the online portion of the American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Course AND the online portion of the American Heart Association Pediatric Advance Life Support Course (http://www.onlineaha.org/)  you can complete a skill validation to receive your ACLS and PALS Provider completion cards in ONE easy session.  Your official American Heart Association online completion certificates must be presented at the time of your skill check.  All skill checks are scheduled based on instructor availabity.  

Need BLS too?  Just click, "I would like to add BLS to my skills checks and complete all 3 courses in ONE session" during the registration process and you will receive your ACLS, PALS, and BLS for Healthcare Provider completion cards in ONE session!

If there is not a date listed that works with your schedule, scroll to the bottom of the listed dates, complete your online registration and include your availibility in the comment section.  OR you can email ltiefel@southeasternschool.org to arrange an appointment for your skill check, then complete your registration online.    All skill checks require pre-registration to guarantee your appointment.  Skill checks are scheduled based on instructor availability.

 

 

ATTENTION: With the launch of the new 2015 Guidelines BLS Provider Course, the American Heart Association no longer offers a BLS renewal option. As an American Heart Association Training Center, Southeastern School of Health Sciences will be transitioning all BLS for Healthcare Provider Courses and BLS for Healthcare Provider Renewal Courses to BLS Provider courses.  All healthcare professionals, regardless of experience level, will take the BLS Provider Course every two years.   

 

HeartCode® BLS is a self-directed, comprehensive eLearning program.  

Your course registration fee ($35.00)  includes PART 1 of the required steps to receive your BLS completion card. Once you complete PART 1, you must also register and pay the course fee for the BLS Skill Session ($50.00) to receive your course completion card.  

To receive your BLS completion card you must successfully complete all of the following:

  • Part 1: Successful completion of HeartCode BLS Part 1 online portion and the written exam. 
  • Skill Session, 30 minutes: Hands on skills test session with an AHA BLS instructor.    A certificate of completion for Heartcode BLS PART 1 must be presented at the time of your skill session to receive your completion card.  

NO REFUND is allowed once KeyCode is purchased.

Recommended Minimum Computer Requirements
Connection
Broadband/T1/Cable/DSL
Operating System
Windows XP or Mac OSX
Processor Speed
2Ghz Pentium 4 or equivalent
RAM
768+ MB RAM
Web Browser
Internet Explorer 7.0 or above (PC)
Firefox 2+ (Mac) 
Plug-Ins
Flash 10.1

If you have completed the online portion of the American Heart Association Heartcode BLS 2015 Course (http://www.onlineaha.org/), select a date below to complete your registration for the skill practice and validation.

If there is not a date listed that works with your schedule, scroll to the bottom of the listed dates, complete your online registration and include your availability in the comment section.  OR you can email info@southeasternschool.org to see if an instructor is availble to complete your skill check during times you are available, then complete your registraton online.    All skill checks require pre-registration to guarantee your appointment.  Skill checks are scheduled based on instructor availability.

You will receive your BLS Provider completion card at the time of your skill practice and validation. Your official American Heart Association online completion certificate must be presented at the time of your skill check.  All skill checks are scheduled based on instructor availabity.

 

CLINICAL ASSISTING PREP COURSE
The Clinical Assist​ing​  Prep​ course is a fast paced program that will teach the basic fundamentals to perform electrocardiography, phlebotomy, and assessment & management skills of the patient.  The achievement of these skills will allow students to obtain a successful volunteer internship experience in the clinical setting. ​In addition, all students will be  eligible to challenge the national certification ​exam in clinical medical assisting.
 
This course is designed for students that intend to pursue a career path in programs such as pre-med, pre-health and emergency response.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
  • Students are expected to maintain an 85% or higher academicallyand 90% or higher in attendance​.​
  • Students are provided with clinical options designed to provide the student with additional experience.  The one semester clinical internship  is required immediately following course completion.  The student will intern a minimum of 8 hours per week: one (1) full day 8a-5p OR two (2) half days – 8a-12p OR 1p-5p each week.
  • Students will be practicing venipunctures skills on each other.
  • Students must have access to a computer as this is a web-assisted course.
Course Fee: $1695.00* (NON-Refundable registration fee due at the time of registration $565.00, Payment 2:$565.00 due before/on the first day of class, Payment 3:$565.00 due 30 days after first day of class.  
(*all payments due two weeks before the first day of class) 
  • Course fee includes course materials, stethoscope, sphygmomanometer, internship & student liability insurance
  • Course fees do not include the National Certification exam ($175.00), required Clinical scrubs(any color), the Clinical Externship screenings estimated at $100, or CPR for Healthcare Providers.

Seats in this course are very limited, Course Fees are NON-REFUNDABLE

In the event the institution has to cancel a course or program, the student will either have the option to take the course at a future date or a full refund for the course fee will be refunded.    

Online Heartsaver CPR/AED is a self-directed, comprehensive eLearning program.  

Your course registration fee ($32.00)  includes PART 1 of the required steps to receive your Heartsaver CPR/AED completion card. Once you complete PART 1, you must also register and pay the course fee for the CPR/AED Skill Session ($50.00) to receive your course completion card.  

To receive your CPR/AED completion card you must successfully complete all of the following:

  • Part 1: Successful completion of Online Heartsaver CPR/AED course. 
  • Skill Session, 30 minutes: Hands on skills test session with an AHA CPR/AED instructor.    A certificate of completion for Heartsaver CPR/AED PART 1 must be presented at the time of your skill session to receive your completion card.  

NO REFUND is allowed once KeyCode is purchased.

Recommended Minimum Computer Requirements
Connection
Broadband/T1/Cable/DSL
Operating System
Windows XP or Mac OSX
Processor Speed
2Ghz Pentium 4 or equivalent
RAM
768+ MB RAM
Web Browser
Internet Explorer 7.0 or above (PC)
Firefox 2+ (Mac) 
Plug-Ins
Flash 10.1

If you have completed the online portion of the American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR and AED Course (http://www.onlineaha.org/), select a date below to complete your registration for the skill practice and validation.

If there is not a date listed that works with your schedule, complete your online registration then email info@southeasternschool.org with your availablity or call (850) 222-0020 to schedule your appointment for skill practice and validation.  Skill checks are scheduled during our regular business hours.

You will receive your Heartsaver CPR and AED completion card at the time of your skill practice and validation. Your official American Heart Association online completion certificate must be presented at the time of your skill check.  All skill checks are scheduled based on instructor availabity.  

 

 

The American Heart Association CPR, AED, and  First Aid course is designed to provide skills and knowledge to manage the first 10 minutes of an emergency. Topics such as choking, seizures, injuries and bleeding will be covered.  This course is ideal for caregivers, parents, teachers, and anyone wanting to learn CPR and First Aid.  A completion card is issued at this course. 

This course teaches the importance of providing high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for adults, children and infants, using an automated external defibrillator (AED), and giving basic first aid as needed for selected medical emergencies (breathing, choking, allergic reactions, stroke, seizure, etc.), injuries (wounds, burns, etc.), and environmental emergencies (animal / insect bites, heat / cold, poison, etc.).  The CPR portion of this course is not intended for healthcare providers or students in a heatlhcare program.  

Cost: $90.00  

Course Length: 4 to 8 hours

The American Heart Association First Aid course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge to manage the first 10 minutes of an emergency. Topics covered include giving basic first aid as needed for selected medical emergencies (breathing, choking, allergic reactions, stroke, seizure, etc.), injuries (wounds, burns, etc.), and environmental emergencies (animal / insect bites, heat / cold, poison, etc.).  This course is ideal for caregivers, parents, teachers, or anyone wanting to learn First Aid.  A completion card is issued at this course.

This course does not include CPR instruction.  If you require this component, Click here to register for CPR, AED, and First Aid. 

Cost: $40.00  

Course Length: 2.5 to 4 hours

 

First Aid ONLINE is an American Heart Association self-directed, comprehensive eLearning program.  

Your course registration fee ($38.00)  includes PART 1 of the required steps to receive your First Aid completion card. Once you complete PART 1, you must also register and pay the course fee for the First Aid Skill Session ($50.00) to receive your course completion card.  

To receive your First Aid completion card you must successfully complete all of the following:

  • Part 1: Successful completion of First Aid ONLINE Part 1 online portion and the written exam. 
  • Skill Session, 30 minutes: Hands on skills test session with an AHA First Aid instructor.    A certificate of completion for First Aid ONLINE PART 1 must be presented at the time of your skill session to receive your completion card.  

NO REFUND is allowed once KeyCode is purchased.

Recommended Minimum Computer Requirements
Connection
Broadband/T1/Cable/DSL
Operating System
Windows XP or Mac OSX
Processor Speed
2Ghz Pentium 4 or equivalent
RAM
768+ MB RAM
Web Browser
Internet Explorer 7.0 or above (PC)
Firefox 2+ (Mac) 
Plug-Ins
Flash 10.1

If you have completed the online portion of the American Heart Association First Aid Course (http://www.onlineaha.org/), select a date below to complete your registration for the skill practice and validation.

If there is not a date listed that works with your schedule, scroll to the bottom of the listed dates, complete your online registration and include your availability in the comment section.  OR you can email info@southeasternschool.org to see if an instructor is availble to complete your skill check during times you are available, then complete your registraton online.    All skill checks require pre-registration to guarantee your appointment.  Skill checks are scheduled based on instructor availability.

You will receive your First Aid completion card at the time of your skill practice and validation. Your official American Heart Association online completion certificate must be presented at the time of your skill check.  All skill checks are scheduled based on instructor availabity.

 

This online course is designed to teach the basic skills of electrocardiography necessary to perform, process, and explain the electrocardiogram. An overview of anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system, operation of the electrocardiograph and recording EKGs, cardiac pathology, and basic cardiac rhythm recognition will be presented. Upon completion, graduates will receive a diploma and will be qualified to take the National Healthcareer Certified EKG Technician Exam.  Registration for this online course is ongoing.

Registration Fee: $150.00, Tution: $945.00, Technology Fee: $50.00, Textbook if purchased through school: $90.00, Supply Fee if purchased through school: $40.26                       Total Course Cost: $1275.26

  • How much is the course?  The course is $1145.00.
  • What is the payment structure?  You may pay in full or pay in three (3) installments of $381.67.
  • When are the payments due?  The first payment of $381.67 is due when you register, the second payment is due 30 days thereafter, and the final payment is due 60 days thereafter. 
  • How long is the course?  The course is 120 clock hours.  You have up to 12 weeks to finish the course. 
  • Are there lab hours on-campus?  Yes, you must complete 20 hours on-campus. Download lab calendar [PDF]
  • When can I start the course?  You can start the course once we receive a copy of your high school diploma or equivalent, a copy of your driver's license, and your first payment.  Once the required documents are received, you will receive a welcome email with the course website information. 
  • Is there a National Certification? Yes, certification is optional, the exam fee is $175.00 which is not included in the course fees.

EKG Information Sheet:[DOWNLOAD PDF]

Course Registration Forms: Download[PDF]

Course Catalog: Document [PDF]

Electrocardiogram (ECG) rhythm recognition is a key skill required to be successful in determining a patient’s condition and knowing which treatment algorithm to apply. This self-directed, online course introduces healthcare providers to normal cardiac rhythms and prepares them to recognize basic cardiac arrhythmias in clinical practice. Once you have completed your order, a product key code will be emailed to you.

This course is an approved continuing education activity for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and paramedics. Students who successfully complete the course will receive a completion certificate and will be eligible to apply for continuing education credits.  

NO REFUND is allowed once KeyCode is purchased.

Minimum technical requirements:

***Note: This course is not MAC compatible***

  • Internet Browser MS Internet Explorer 6 or above
  • Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 or above
  • Cookies Enabled
  • JavaScript Enabled
  • Connectivity minimum 240Kb/s (30 KB/s)
  • Screen Resolution minimum 1024 X 768 pixels
  • Macromedia Flash 9 or above

Electrocardiogram (ECG) rhythm recognition is a key skill required to be successful in determining a patient’s condition and knowing which treatment algorithm to apply. This self-directed, online course introduces healthcare providers to normal cardiac rhythms and prepares them to recognize basic cardiac arrhythmias in clinical practice. Once you have completed your order, a product key code will be emailed to you.

This course is an approved continuing education activity for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and paramedics. Students who successfully complete the course will receive a completion certificate and will be eligible to apply for continuing education credits.  

NO REFUND is allowed once KeyCode is purchased.

Minimum technical requirements:

***Note: This course is not MAC compatible***

  • Internet Browser MS Internet Explorer 6 or above
  • Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 or above
  • Cookies Enabled
  • JavaScript Enabled
  • Connectivity minimum 240Kb/s (30 KB/s)
  • Screen Resolution minimum 1024 X 768 pixels
  • Macromedia Flash 9 or above

This comprehensive 30-hour course is a blended program that includes online lessons and classroom hands on training.  This course prepares participants to effectively deliver nursing care to patients on infusion therapies and gain confidence in their abilities, through instructor assisted online self study and practice with vascular access device (VAD) training. Participants learn to initiate, monitor, and manage patients receiving patient infusions. Students have up to 12 weeks to complete the online lessons and hands on classroom session. Your 30.0 hour CE course completion certificate will be provided once you have completed the online lessons and one 6 hour hands on lab session.  

Once you have completed your registraton and paid the course fee, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to create your online account and an enrollment key to login and begin your course. NOTE: Once you register and receive the enrollment key, there are no refunds.

 

Detailed Course Summary: IV Therapy Course Information

A self-directed program that uses eSimulation technology to teach healthcare providers knowledge and skills needed to recognize and prevent cardiopulmonary arrest in infants and children.

To receive your PALS completion card you must successfully complete all of the following:

  • Part 1: American Heart Association HeartCode online which includes the written exam. PRINT the completion certificate! 
  • Part 2 and Part 3: Hands on skills practice and test session with an AHA PALS instructor.  
NO REFUND is allowed once KeyCode is purchased.
The Heartcode Online Course fee does not include the skill session fee.
 
 
Minimum technical requirements:
***Note: This course is not MAC compatible***
  • Internet Browser MS Internet Explorer 6 or above
  • Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 or above
  • Cookies Enabled
  • JavaScript Enabled
  • Connectivity minimum 240Kb/s (30 KB/s)
  • Screen Resolution minimum 1024 X 768 pixels
  • Macromedia Flash 9 or above

If you have completed the Heartcode online portion of the American Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Course (http://www.onlineaha.org/)  you can complete a skill session to receive your PALS Provider completion card.  Your official American Heart Association online completion certificate must be presented at the time of your skill session.  

Skill sessions require pre-registration to guarantee your appointment.  Skill sessions are scheduled based on instructor availabity.

 

    • Click on your preferred date, then Continue with Registration 
    • Click YES during registration to renew your BLS with your PALS course - Complete both courses in ONE day!

 

  • If there is not a date listed that works with your schedule, scroll to the bottom of the listed dates, Continue with Registration, include your availibility in the comment section OR you can email ltiefel@southeasternschool.org to arrange an appointment for your skill session, then complete your registration online.  

 

 

This online course provides training in all the skills required to function as a Phlebotomy Technician in a medical office, clinic, laboratory, or hospital. You will quickly become familiar with blood collection procedures, the utilization of standard phlebotomy equipment, safety and medical ethics, and related medical terminology. Upon completion, graduates will receive a diploma and will be qualified to take the National Healthcareer Certified Phlebotomy Technician Exam. The student will also receive a four hour HIV/AIDS certificate as well as become knowledgeable in OSHA standards as applicable to the laboratory and healthcare setting.  Registration for this course is ongoing.

Registration Fee: $150.00, Tution: $945.00, Technology Fee: $50.00, Textbook if purchased through school: $85.00 Total Course Cost: $1230.00

 

  • How much is the course?  The course is $1145.00.
  • What is the payment structure?  You may pay in full or pay in three (3) installments of $381.67.
  • When are the payments due?  The first payment of $381.67 is due when you register, the second payment is due 30 days thereafter, and the final payment is due 60 days thereafter. 
  • How long is the course?  The course is 148 clock hours.  You have up to 12 weeks to finish the course. 
  • Are there lab hours on-campus?  Yes, you must complete 40 hours on-campus. Download lab calendar [PDF]
  • Is there a clinical externship for the course?  Yes, you will be placed in a local clinical laboratory for 40 hours upon completion of your online course work and the on-campus lab hours. 
  • When can I start the course?  You can start the course once we receive a copy of your high school diploma or equivalent, a copy of your driver's license, and your first payment.  Once the required documents are received, you will receive a welcome email with the course website information.
  • Is there a National Certification? Yes, certification is optional, the exam fee is $175.00 which is not included in the course fees.

Phlebotomy Information Sheet: Download [PDF]
Course Registration Forms: Download [PDF]
Course Catalog: Document [PDF]

Click here for Course Description

 

  • TNCC students are REQUIRED to complete Pre-Course Online Modules.  The access code and login information will be provided in your confirmation email.  
  • Due to the limited class size, no refunds are provided if you are unable to attend for any reason.
  • Click on a date below to complete your TNCC Course Registration.

 

  **The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.  In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, please advise Lynda Tiefel, program coordinator, if you have any disability that requires special materials or services so that appropriate personnel can be advised.

To sit for an NHA exam at Southeastern School of Health Sciences (SSHS), you must:

1. Be a current or former student of SSHS

2. Have successfully completed the appropriate training program (Phlebotomy or EKG Technician) at SSHS within the last 90 days of exam date.

 

ALL NHA exam fees are NON-REFUNDABLE, email questions regarding eligibility to test to cwashington@southeasternschool.org  before submitting your fee.

The course extension fee allows a Phlebotomy or EKG Student to extend a program completion date beyond 12 weeks.  Once your extension fee is received,  you will have an additional 7 days to complete your course.  Your access to complete your course will be available within 24 hours.  

Students that pay an extension fee: 

  • must be currently enrolled at Southeastern School of Health Sciences in Phlebotomy or EKG Technician programs
  • should understand that the Extension fee provides a 7 day extension of your program
  • should understand that the Extension fee can be paid every 7 days until your course is completed

Call 850-222-0020 or email Lynda at ltiefel@southeasternschool.org to schedule the date of your 1:1 appointment for your private class.  Once you have confirmed the date and time of your appointment,  pay your fee online to guarantee your appointment.  

 

Order your Replacement cards here.  Only cards issued by Southeastern School of Health Sciences(SSHS) can be replaced by SSHS.  

  • After we receive your order we will verify the name with our data.  
  • Orders will be processed within 2 business days.  
  • The replacement card will be MAILED to the address provided on your order.
  • If we are unable to verify your information you will be contacted via email for additional information.  
  • Email info@southeasternschool.org if you have questions regarding your replacement card.

All requests must include your full name, location of course, and the approximate date you took your course in the comments section.

 

Call 850-222-0020 or email Lynda at ltiefel@southeasternschool.org to schedule the date of your 1:1 appointment for your private class.  Once you have confirmed the date and time of your appointment,  pay your fee online to guarantee your appointment.   

 

Order your Replacement/Duplicate Completion Certificate or Diploma here.  Once we receive your order, your information will be verified and your request will be processed within 5-7 business days.  If your information cannot be verified, you will be contacted by phone or email. Contact us at 850.222.0020 or email info@southeasternschool.org if you have any questions.

All requests must include:

  • Name
  • Approximate Course date
  • Mailing address (to whom and where do you want the certificate/diploma mailed)
  • $10.00 processing fee

To receive your transcript, pay the $10.00 processing fee and include the following information:

  • Full Name
  • Mailing address (to whom and where do you want the transcript sent)
  • Enrollment date

Once your order is received, your information will be verified and your request will be processed within 5-7 business days.  If your information cannot be verified, you will be contacted by phone or email. Email cwashington@southeasternschool.org if you have any questions regarding  your transcript.

 

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LOCATIONS 

Tallahassee: All COURSES Available 
243 Office Plaza Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32301
 
ORLANDO: CPR classes in Orlando, ACLS/PALS classes available upon request
301 W. Par Street
Orlando, FL 32804
 

Promo Codes for Direct Billing

  • Capital Regional Medical Center - CRMC
  • Leon County EMS - LCEMS
  • Red Hills Surgical Center - RHSC
  • Tallahassee Fire Department - TFD
  • Tallahassee Outpatient Surgery Center - TOSC

Please note that these direct billing codes are for the designated employees of the above employers. If you have any questions as to whether you are eligible for direct billing please contact your employer. All registrations using direct billing codes require approval and verification before a course completion card can be issued.