Agree with the above.
It might be useful, before having this conversation w/ your manager, to make a list of actual deficits - positively phrased as "goals."
Try not to let your fears and perceptions overshadow reality - for instance, if you say you can only take a glucose and vitals in a RR/code, that means you have not attended BLS class, let alone ACLS. Is that really true? If so, then heck yes, BLS training (or better yet ACLS) can go on your list of "desired learning opportunities."
Keep an upbeat outlook and by all means choose your words carefully. It's one thing to say, "I'm excited about all the things I've learned thus far and looking forward to _______" and another thing entirely to say, "With all the new grads no one gave me/showed me/taught me/let me do ______."
Don't get me wrong, I "hear" you, and I'm capable of getting on a soapbox to defend a situation like yours. Just the same, your goals should guide and determine your handling of this. Talk future, not past, and use positives as opposed to negatives whenever you can. "I'd love to increase my confidence with IV starts" not "No one ever taught me how to start an IV."