Life Support Training

The Life Support Training Center at Cooper University Hospital is committed to training the public and professional communities in emergency cardiovascular care. Through an alliance with the American Heart Association, we offer classes in basic life support, advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support and neonatal resuscitation.

All courses are designed and delivered with a hands-on approach. The learner is encouraged to practice and demonstrate both the skills and the knowledge necessary to save lives.

These classes are valuable as they touch both laypersons and healthcare providers. Each member of the Life Support Training Team is committed to reducing disability and preventing death from emergencies. These emergencies include – but are not limited to – respiratory distress, cardiovascular disease, and cerebrovascular disease.

The education provided at our Training Center has the potential to touch thousands of people in their most dire hour of need. Through education, we hope to make a difference in the everyday lives of everyday people throughout the community.

Our outstanding instructor staff includes board-certified physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, paramedics, EMTs and many others with specialized training and experience. They use educational adjuncts and realistic scenario-based teaching to target specific provider needs.

Current Life Support Training Classes

Parking

Cooper employees must park in their designated parking garage that they are assigned to park..

Non-employees can park in the parking garage of 101 Haddon Ave and give your name to the parking attendant who will verify your name from the list that is provided for every course.
 

Course Locations

BLS, ACLS, PALS, NRP, TNCC, and ENPC Courses

Classroom #501
101 Haddon Ave
Suite #500, 5th Floor
Camden, NJ 08103

Please note: If you are  interested in Advanced Hazmat Life Support or National Disaster Life Support (including CDLS, BDLS and ADLS), please visit our EMS Education Programs page.