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Happy CPR/AED Week!

Happy CPR/AED Week! SES would like to send a heartfelt Thank-You to all of our Clients who have learned CPR in the past year. We are proud of each and every one of you.  Congratulations to all those who used their … Continue reading

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To Other Instructors–a little class please

This is an Open Letter to fellow CPR Instructors: Dear fellow Instructors, Can’t we all just get along?  There is more than enough business to go around, so how about if you act with class. I do not spend my … Continue reading

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How do I become an AHA Instructor?

This is a question we get a lot.  No really, A Lot!  It seems that every business wants to make an in-house person an instructor thinking “wow, this will really save us some money!” Yes,…and No.  Usually, No. Sure, it … Continue reading

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Free class vs. Paid class

Operating so close to hospitals, I get a lot of students who are nurses, doctors or technicians that could be trained for free by their hospital. So, why do they spend the money and come to me for their AHA … Continue reading

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SES Mobile Skills Checks

SES Mobile Skills Checks

The SES Mobile Skills Check Unit

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Open-Enrollment Classes for April 2012

Happy April everyone! Here are our open-enrollment courses for April 2012: Saturday 04/14/2012:  1)  AHA BLS (Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers) http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=7vpcb9dab&oeidk=a07e5sohgus9569a1e8 2)  AHA BLS Renewal (Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers)  http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=7vpcb9dab&oeidk=a07e5sohzlk08704d81 3)  AHA Skills Sessions (All BLS … Continue reading

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The EMS team that can’t keep up – or why the AHA has standards.

About a month ago, I posted briefly regarding the December 2010 meeting between the FDA and various AED manufacturers and the public.  One of the more nagging observations that I made during my weekend-marathon webinar session, was that the AHA … Continue reading

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