CentreLearn Solutions Names New COO

CentreLearn Solutions, LLC, the leading provider of online continuing education for EMS and Fire Rescue personnel through its online training system, recently named Sue Auman as Chief Operating Officer. Ms. Auman has served as the CentreLearn...


CentreLearn Solutions, LLC, the leading provider of online continuing education for EMS and Fire Rescue personnel through its online training system, recently named Sue Auman as Chief Operating Officer.

Ms. Auman has served as the CentreLearn Director of Operations since 2006.

“Sue has been at the core of our company's growth since her first days at CentreLearn. She has systematically guided improvements in service and efficiency in every department as we have grown into the industry-leading training system for fire and EMS,” said CEO Jason Paluck.

Before joining CentreLearn, Sue led the Merrill W. Linn Land and Waterways Conservancy, a non-profit land preservation group in Central Pennsylvania. Previous to her work with the Conservancy, Sue gained experience managing all aspects of business operations by managing commercial properties.

Sue graduated from Oregon State University in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration focusing on Venture Management.

In 2008 she completed an advanced leadership program from Legacy Group in North Carolina, earning her certification in personal coaching, team training and facilitation.

“I am very grateful for the opportunity to help lead our incredible team of professionals in delivering the very best online training for fire and EMS. It is exciting to be part of the successful launch of our new CentreLearn training system which features our comprehensive catalog of Fire and EMS courses,” said Ms. Auman. She added, “I am proud to serve as COO during this transformative time in the online training industry.”

About CentreLearn Solutions

CentreLearn Solutions provides online training services to emergency services organizations and state health departments across the United States, as well as Canada, Great Britain and Australia.

All combat medics serving in the Army National Guard in both the continental US and overseas use CentreLearn for their EMS continuing education requirements. CentreLearn provides high quality, accredited multimedia training programs that save money and time for emergency services organizations and their personnel.

More information about CentreLearn Solutions is available at www.CentreLearn.com.