CareerCert launched a new type of online course that provides first responders with a unique experience: scenario-based learning. In this training, first responders take an active role in their education as they respond to an emergency scenario just as they would a live call.
Here are training resources and free CE hours to help EMS and fire departments simplify their life and access the life-saving training they need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CareerCert has expanded our online training to include high-fidelity virtual reality to help emergency teams improve patient outcomes.
With the launch of CareerCert’s new safety library, emergency and healthcare departments can now fulfill OSHA requirements, compliance training, and ISO requirements all in one convenient place.
CareerCert is proud to announce that all of our content is now accepted by the New York State Bureau of EMS. All of our live and self-paced content is CAPCE-accredited and underwritten by a New York State Certified Instructor Coordinator (CIC) to ensure your team can stay compliant, fulfill requirements, and receive training to improve patient outcomes.
CareerCert will now be partnering with PSTrax to offer a comprehensive solution for fire and EMS departments to improve outcomes.
With today’s current medical and emergency climate, the flexibility of online education provides an affordable and viable solution. What does this future of online learning look like? We interviewed industry experts and educators about the potential of online education to shape the medical and emergency industries and improve outcomes.
In the face of employee turnover, accelerating medical knowledge, increasing 911 calls, and national emergencies, online education and training has become a convenient and intuitive solution for first responders and medical providers tasked with taking care of more patients with less downtime than ever before.
CareerCert has expanded our fire offering, adding 8 new HAZMAT course hours to our library. In addition, we are adding new features and courses to help fire departments easily track toward ISO requirements.
CareerCert is thrilled to announce the release of a new 5-part course on resiliency in our library. Learn how to better protect yourself and your team!
CareerCert’s Training Plans make it easier than ever for administrators to create, assign, and track training for their entire team in one easy place.
To empower you to take control of your continuing education and get the most from our platform, CareerCert has been continuously adding and updating help articles for group administrators and individual users to the “Help” section of our website. These articles provide step-by-step feature tutorials that walk you through everything from creating training plans to accessing certificates.
In 2019, we saw a host of exciting changes at CareerCert—but that was only the beginning! We’re continually growing to help you be at your best in your career so that you can better protect and care for those in your communities. Here are some changes to look out for in 2020.
With the exciting growth CareerCert experienced in 2019, our team has remained focused on one goal: helping you improve patient outcomes and better protect your communities. As we look back on the ways CareerCert improved in the past year—from the launch of our new brand to 108 new hours of CE courses—we want to share how these changes help you focus on what matters most: improving outcomes.
CareerCert is excited to announce an expansion of fire courses within our content library. These highly anticipated courses focus on providing an all inclusive education platform for departments that manage both EMS and Firefighting professionals. These courses serve to help your providers meet continuing education requirements and gain confidence in both of their fields of practice.