Action Training Systems, Inc.

Action Training Systems Releases EMT Training Series

Action Training Systems Action Training Systems, Inc. (ATS) is pleased to announce the release of their 27-part Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) series.

This is the latest addition to the extensive ATS catalog of award-winning training courses, which includes EMR, Infection Control, Firefighter I & II, Officer Development, HAZMAT, Industrial and many others.

Users will find this EMT training series as an excellent instructor tool and a flexible student resource. Whether you are a rural EMS agency, large metropolitan fire department, Industrial facility or military service – we’ve got you covered.

On-line or in the classroom, multiple delivery formats makes your training easier. Delivery methods include on-line interactive courses, streaming video, DVDs, or customizable PowerPoint presentations.

You can count on these media-rich programs to meet your training needs. The EMS programs feature realistic scenarios and professional EMTs who demonstrate treatment skills for various medical and trauma related emergencies. Clearly defined training objectives combined with high-quality video and 3-D graphics create powerful and engaging training tools that help meet national, state and local training requirements for EMS personnel. Interactive courses are proven to enhance student proficiency and help increase confidence on scene.

All Action Training Systems’ EMS on-line interactive courses are CEBEMS approved and accepted by the National Registry of EMTs, as well as in most states. ATS is partnered with some of the largest publishers in the emergency response industry.

The company's EMS programs support current industry standard EMS text books and are developed using the most recent and accepted emergency care protocols, including the Department of Transportations’ National EMS Education Standards, NREMT skills and relevant OSHA and NFPA standards.

For over 26 years Action Training Systems has led the industry in creating high-quality, engaging multi-media to assist in the training and recertification of emergency response personnel.

For more information go to www.action-training.com

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