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The Cost of Training for Life

One of the first questions we are asked when developing a training plan with a new prospective client is “What is it going to cost me?”  In some cases this is also the last question we are asked.  I try

Now Hiring Teammates in Allentown, PA

We are Code One Training Solutions, a rapidly growing American Heart Association Training Center on a mission to prepare rescuers with the skills and knowledge they need to save lives. Our team of 40 professional educators bring real-life experiences into

A Total Eclipse of the Heart: Practice CPR Skills More Frequently than Astronomical Events

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American Heart Association eCards

Code One uses American Heart Association eCards for provider certification in Heartsaver, BLS, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support programs.  eCards allow our team to rapidly deliver certifications to program participants immediately following their training. The AHA

What certifications are required for Connecticut tattoo artists?

Updated January 5, 2020 Connecticut tattoo artists (formally known as Tattoo Technicians) are licensed by the state’s Department of Public Health.  One of the licensure requirements since January 1, 2015 is for Tattoo Technicians to provide a current American Heart

First Aid Requirements for Georgia Tattoo Artists

Tattoo and Body Piercing Artists in most Georgia counties are required by public health code to receive training in Bloodborne Pathogens and First Aid.  We are specifically going to discuss the requirements for Chatham County where Code One’s Savannah Training

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