BLS for those certifications but keep in mind that many places will want you to have your RN or be close to the end before they will teach you if you aren't a paramedic/RT/etc. Make sure you sign up for a new provider and not a renewal class.
ACLS stands for Advance Cardiac Life Support
PALS is Pediatric Life Support
NRP neonatal resuscitation program
There is way tooo many to list and really you can get certified in almost anything. Here's a bunch that I don't remember the official names:
There's a burn one
PHTLS Pre-hospital trauma life support
TNCC - Emergency room, not sure on the requirements. We send new nurses through it.
CCRN - Critical care but you need so many hours.
ITLS - international trauma life support
PEPP - pediatric life support. I think this is more for pre-hospital
Wound care certifications
The main ones I'd aim for in general ACLS, PALS if you want ER or work with peds, and BLS. Then depending on what you want to specialize, I'd go from there. In reality, most places do not require you to have ACLS and may not even pay for it if you're med-surg however critical care areas will require ACLS and potentially PALS. I know PACU usually requires ACLS and PALS.