Basic lifesaver course opens for healthcare professionals

March 31, 2012 by  

The Anaheim Institute is offering a one day, 5 hour basic life support course for healthcare professionals on April 6th, 2012, which will be of interest to professionals from the surrounding areas, such as Clifton and Nutley. The course will run from 9am to 2pm and is located at the 40 Journal Square campus.

The course will teach attendees basic life support skills for patients. It is worth noting that the school teaches procedures for dealing with people of all ages. This means that attendees will learn how to perform these skills on the elderly, small children and babies as well as adults. The information and techniques taught will meet the American Heart Association guidelines for resuscitation.

While the April 6th course is the one currently being promoted, there will be other sessions. These sessions will be held every Friday until May 11th.

As with all courses, the session will require a good number of attendees in order to be successful. The best way to get people interested in these sessions is to set up a small marketing campaign. Marketing staff at the school could start by using printing services to put together a corporate package that they could send to healthcare businesses. For example, the school could send the kits to local hospitals, clinics and rest homes. If the business is interested in the course, they could pay for their staff to attend. This is an excellent way to get bulk sales. That being said, the school may also want to market to individuals.

Courses such as this one are ideal for those in health related careers who want to refresh their skills.

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