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CareerCert Releases 11 New EMS and Fire Courses

At the beginning of this year, the CareerCert team set several ambitious goals to help our customers improve community outcomes. One of these goals was to expand our content library to provide you with industry-leading training on emerging issues. Since then we have added 50+ hours to our content libraries, and we have more exciting plans for the near future!

This June, we are thrilled to announce the release of 7 new EMS courses, 3 new fire courses, and 1 EMS/fire course which include:

  • EMS courses
    • Infectious Diseases–Microbiology 3D
    • Situational Awareness
    • Respiratory Protection: Tuberculosis and COVID-19
    • Nutritional Considerations for Obstetric Patients
    • Human Trafficking
    • Narcan Administration
    • CPAP and BiPAP in EMS
  • Fire courses
    • Mastering Unified Command
    • Welding Safety
    • Truck Company Operations
  • EMS and Fire course
    • Disaster Preparedness: Healthcare Coalitions

In addition, we have updated more than 40 courses this quarter to continue to provide training that includes the most interactive, engaging, and up-to-date content possible. 

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We value your feedback and understand that communication is key to best meeting your needs and the needs of emergency departments across the country. Throughout this year we have been proactively reaching out to teams we work with to establish regular business reviews that help us understand your team’s goals and how we can best help you reach them. Look for emails from our customer success managers, and please let us know how we can best help your team improve department outcomes.  

We are dedicated to helping your team be at their best so that they can best protect your community.

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