24-7 EMS Now Expanding Online Training
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, WA, - 24-7 EMS Now was recently approved for online use in both New Jersey and Virginia. EMS personnel in those states can now join thousands of providers across the country in bringing their online training to life with streaming video of real life EMS scenes.
In January, the State of New Jersey approved 24-7 EMS Now online classes. These classes are New Jersey Training Fund approved, which means that qualified EMT-B providers can take these classes for free. Available classes include childbirth, airway care, lifting and moving, chest pain and more.
In March, the Commonwealth of Virginia approved online training for Category 1 continuing education credit. 24-7 EMS Now and CentreLearn Solutions were the first third party vendors to have programs approved for Category 1 online training. Each of the 20 approved classes is Virginia OEMS and CECBEMS approved for 1.5 hours at both the BLS and ALS levels.
24-7 EMS Now is powered by CentreLearn Solutions, a learning management company with a long history of excellence in delivering online training to Fire and EMS organizations nationwide. Organizations using 24-7 EMS Now training can choose from three levels of learning management system. Management features include tracking, compliance reporting and the ability to create and upload other organizational training.
24-7 EMS Now is committed to delivering media rich training tools that enhance training effectiveness while saving users time and money.
About 24-7 EMS and 24-7 EMS Now. The leader in EMS continuing education, 24-7 EMS training programs are designed to be used both online and in the classroom. Classes are now available by subscription, package or individual classes. This media rich training program delivers continual review of the DOT curriculum. Each easy to use class is approved by CECBEMS. 24-7 EMS training programs are published by the originators of Emergency Medical Update and are used monthly by over 70,000 people nationwide.