NEW! Blended Online First Aid Training

NEW! Blended Online First Aid Training

Blended Online First Aid Research Studies

An “Intention-Focused” paradigm for improving bystander CPR

EU’s Educational Methodology for online/blended training leads to competent and confident responders

Research Studies Conclude that Traditional Instructor Led Classroom Training for CPR and AED is Inadequate

Traditional Training Fails to Provide Learners with Competence in CPR and AED

Research Confirms that Multimedia and Blended CPR and AED Training is Superior to Traditional Training

Trainees who Completed Multimedia Self-Instruction CPR Program Outperformed their Traditional Training Counterparts
Multimedia CPR and AED Training was Superior to Traditional AHA Classroom Training for Adult Church Congregants
Multimedia Self Instruction Program for CPR is as Effective as a Traditional AHA Instructor Led Training Class in Adults Likely to Witness a Cardiac Arrest
An Interactive Multimedia CPR and AED Computer Based Training Program was Sufficient to Teach CPR and AED Knowledge and AED Actions to High School Students
Computer Based Multimedia Programs Maintained a Competent AED Skill Level in Experienced EMTs
The European Resuscitation Council Advocates Multimedia CPR Training

Frequent Refresher Training is Required to Competently Perform CPR and Operate an AED

Annual Refresher Training for CPR is Inadequate to Preserve Skill Competence
Refresher Training for CPR is Required More Often than every 6 Months to Maintain Competence

Abbreviated CPR and AED Training is Effective

8th Grade Students Become Proficient at CPR and Use of an AED Utilizing a 1-Hour Curriculum
A 24 Minute Multimedia CPR Training Program is as Effective as a 6 Hour BLS Program for Initial Training

Education Research Confirms the Superiority of Multi-Sensorial Blended Training

Research Supports the Shift from the Traditional Classroom Environment
Online and Blended Training: Widely Utilized In Health Care Professional Training
Online and Blended training: Successfully Utilized For CPR and AED Training
Effectiveness of a Thirty Minute Self Instruction Program
Comparison of Three Instructional Methods for Teaching CPR and AED to High School Students
AED Skill Maintenance Via Computer Assisted Learning
A Comparison of Instructor Led CPR Versus Multimedia Training
Blended CPR and AED Training Courses Yield Comparable Results
Emergency University’s “Integrated Training” Combines the Best of Both Worlds to Maximize the Learning Potential of All Adult Learners
Research shows 20-minute CPR class works
Research Supports Need for On-Line Training in CPR
Defibrillators & CPR, Maximizing Skills Retention, Current educational theory supports online CPR training
CPR Education that Works: A Web-based Blending Learning Approach
Satisfy OSHA Requirements Conveniently On-Line with Emergency University’s Blood Borne Pathogens Training Program