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What You Need to Know: 2015 ILCOR Guidelines

In CPR, CPR, First Aid, ProTrainings, Training by Isaiah NicholsLeave a Comment

It’s that time of the decade, again: the new scientific best practices for CPR and BLS, established every five years by an international summit, have just been released this last Thursday. It’s an exciting time, seeing as we’re passionate about equipping the broad-scale population with life saving know-how. This is the chance for improvement, breakthrough, and innovation. The chance to drastically …

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Family Health Matters on CPR airs Sunday in Michigan – Tune In!

In CPR, CPR, First Aid, Hands-Only CPR, ProTrainings by Paul MartinLeave a Comment

WGVU and ProCPR are proud to present a special episode of Family Health Matters on the life-saving skill of compression only (commonly referred to as hands-only) CPR. The program will air on WGVU (PBS) on Sunday, October 18 from 3pm-4:30pm. For those in the viewing area (most of the West side of the state of Michigan), Family Health Matters will be on …

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Updated CPR and First Aid Guidelines Scheduled for Release in October 2015

In CPR, CPR, First Aid, ProTrainings by Paul Martin1 Comment

The first release of CPR Standards and Guidelines happened in 1975. Since that time, updates have been issued approximately every five years. It’s been five years since the current guidelines were released in 2010, and the new guidelines will be released on October 15, 2015.  At that time, new recommendations will be made for all accredited training organizations to review and implement in …

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“The amount of blood was amazing…” Why You Should Know how to Handle a Deadly Fall

In In Memoriam, Inspirational Stories, Inspirational/thought provoking/interesting, ProTrainings, Rescues by Elizabeth Shaw4 Comments

Deb Nordlie was just leaving a restaurant and going to her car when she saw a woman trip over a curb and hit the ground hard. Nordlie said, “The amount of blood was amazing. I dashed over and made her stay steady. Two passersby asked how they could help, so I had one call 911 and the other go back …

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Saved a Life: Mother saves son days after learning CPR

In CPR, CPR, Customer Stories, Family, Featured Stories, First Aid, Inspirational Stories, ProFirstAid, ProTrainings, Rescues, Training by Elizabeth Shaw6 Comments

CPR training came just in time for a mother and her child. Tammy Schneider, a Kent District Library employee for 14 years, was told that the library was putting together an online CPR and First Aid training for all staff through a company called ProTrainings. “Personally, I thought it was a great idea,” said Schneider. “I think that anytime you can learn …

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What do Sumo wrestlers, cardboard boxes, and CPR training have in common?

In Blended CPR, CPR, CPR, Featured Stories, First Aid, ProFirstAid, ProTrainings, Training by Elizabeth Shaw4 Comments

Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could complete your CPR training entirely online? Can you imagine how convenient and efficient it would be to start and finish your learning CPR experience from the comfort of your own home? Can you imagine paying a fraction of the cost for your training kit and classes than what you pay now? This isn’t …

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Happy Nurses Week 2014

In Contest, Nurse's Cafe, ProTrainings by Paul Martin6 Comments

We’re excited to celebrate the work that all nurses do. It’s something we celebrate every day, but it’s nice to have a week that is dedicated to it. Many times, nurses are the unsung heroes of the medical field, often without as much as a thank you. Nurses are a big part of our community, and we wanted to find …

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Compliant by Plan, Compliant by Training; Introducing the Exposure Control Plan Generator

In Bloodborne Pathogens, ProBloodborne, ProTrainings, Training by Cindy Sieler1 Comment

ProTrainings has offered Blood borne Pathogens Training for more than seven years, and now a Blood borne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan! Are you or your employees at at risk for exposure to blood or bodily fluids? Exposure to blood and/or body fluids can potentially expose you or your employees to Blood Borne Pathogens containing viruses like HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis B and …