Obtain Your JCAHO Compliant BLS Certification in less than 1/2 the Time of A Traditional
Class. Includes Online, Multi-media Adult CPR Training, Practice Scenarios
& Test, Obstructed Airway, Child/Infant CPR Training & Test, and
Practice Scenarios & Test. Also includes a 30 minute skills verification
from a qualified instructor arranged at your convenience.
"Since we launched theThe Emergency University CPR Training Program last July,
it has been the #1 Choice for Academic Institutions and Hospitals Nationwide."
Tracy Solarek, Marketing Director
Purchase Now $54.95
Thomson/Netlearning Healthcare Academic Business Unit
What is Blended Training?
Blended training is the convergence of the most effective, research
proven* educational methodologies. Blended training combines
multi-media web-based training with traditional instructor-led
classroom skills to maximize the acquisition and retention of BLS
resuscitation skills. Now that research has proven its efficacy,
healthcare organizations worldwide are demanding blended
training solutions to maximize the learning potential of all trainees
while saving time and money.
Here's How Blended Training Works:
*The latest educational research validates the benefits of blended AED/CPR
training. In a 15-city evaluation of blended CPR training presented at
the American Public Health Association in November 2003, trainees who
completed blended CPR training programs outperformed their traditional
classroom counterparts in all assessment categories. (p<0.009) Trainees
further stated that they preferred the blended training format. CPR Education
that Works: " A Web-based Blended Learning Approach", Anthony C. Gallagher,
Research and Product Development, National Headquarters, American Red
Why should my healthcare facility utilize Emergency University's Blended Training Program?
Satisfies the Joint Commission Resuscitation Standards and State Regulations:
Superior Educational Design:
Saves Time and Money:
For more information, please contact Emergency University at 866-AED-HELP or email