Code One's Training Blog

Code One’s Training Blog

Code One’s Training Blog encompasses a wide variety of issues in the world of resuscitation and emergency medicine.  Articles are written by our experienced and knowledgable team of instructors and administrators.  Please feel free to share and reblog and articles that are of interest to you!

EMR versus EMT

What’s the difference between Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)? We are asked this question frequently.  While the titles are similar, EMTs undergo roughly double the training hours as their EMR counterparts. EMR (formerly known...

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AGD Members Eligible for CE Hours

Members of the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) receive Continuing Education (CE) hours when they complete American Heart Association (AHA) courses at Code One.  Hours for BLS Provider (CPR), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support...

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AED: A False Sense of Security

As the Health and Safety Manager of your workplace, you've finally completed the seemingly endless process of researching, budgeting, purchasing, and installing an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) on the wall of the break room.  You've arranged for a team of...

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ServSafe Practice Exams

ServSafe Manager Practice Test If you're preparing for ServSafe Manager certification, you may be worried about the written exam that is required to complete this training.  Fortunately Code One has ServSafe Manager Practice Tests available which are free for you to...

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Changes to Connecticut EMT Practical Exams

On October 1, 2018, Connecticut OEMS announced that effective October 15, 2018: The KED station will be eliminated from the practical examination process. There will not be a 6th station to replace the KED station. The "Bleeding Control / Shock" skill station has been...

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Making EMT Training Affordable

Working as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is both a rewarding and challenging career. There aren't many jobs out there where you get to work outside of an office providing emergency care for your neighbors when they need it the most. Whether you are extricating...

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