Archive for July, 2014
“You exceeded any and all expectations” McIntyre/PSS/EMT-P
Training products provided to our military customers focus on the operation, function and deployment of specialized military personnel, team tactics and other appropriate ground-training demands.
NAR Training has adapted its unique and challenging training programs to fully embrace the current challenges faced by police, EMS and fire department professionals.
NAR Training prides itself in maintaining the highest possible level of medical education, which is based upon civilian regulations, standards, licensing and protocols.
JTM Training Group is pleased to announce that we have been acquired by North American Rescue (NAR). We are very excited about the synergy that this new partnership brings and anticipate great things for our existing and future customers. NAR is a leading provider of premium medical gear, so we are eager to embrace this opportunity to offer our training and educational resources to better equip warfighters and first responders to save lives. See the press release for more information.
NAR Training is trusted to teach medical classes to combat hardened soldiers going onto the battlefield. Now, we are also able to convey those live-saving techniques to first responders in the civilian setting with a NEW COURSE called TACTICAL EMERGENCY CASUALTY CARE (TECC). Contact us to see why this course is absolutely necessary for survival in today’s violent public settings.
NAR Training began teaching ONLINE EMT training programs in 2006, well before any other company even considered the capability. NAR Training is now the most trusted provider of ONLINE EMT programs in the world! Before you try another, give our registrations office a call and see what sets us far apart from our competitors..
Health care staff honored
Two Unalaska health care providers have received special recognition. Social worker Beth Weeks has been honored, and registered nurse Ramona Thompson has won a scholarship for training in traumatic injuries and mass casualties, according to Eileen Conlon Scott, executive director of the Iliuliuk Family and Health Services.