Pediatric Continuing Education: 3 Recently Released Courses

Posted by Melissa Mancuso on Aug 31, 2014 under Announcements and News

CentreLearn offers many emergency pediatric care continuing education courses for both ALS and BLS providers. These online courses focus on topics such as: pediatric patient assessment, pediatric airway management, pediatric fever, pediatric cardiac emergencies, and pre-hospital pediatric resuscitation. More pediatric courses are currently in production and will be available in the CentreLearn Training System and on within the coming months.

The three most recently released pediatric courses are:

All CentreLearn courses are written and designed by experienced field providers that are also expert educators and parents. Courses are reviewed by a board certified emergency physician, CECBEMS accredited, and where applicable, state approved for EMT and paramedic continuing education.

Hundreds of CE Courses from CentreLearn

The CentreLearn Training System always includes the entire EMS and Fire course catalogs. Begin training online immediately with hundreds of hours of accredited online training videos for EMTs, paramedics, and firefighters.

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CentreLearn partners with 24-7 EMS, 24-7 Fire, Medrills, Emergency Film Group, HIPAA TV Online, and Physio-Control to offer hundreds of additional courses to fulfill EMT, paramedic, firefighter, fire inspector, and fire officer training requirements. Visit the CentreLearn courses page to learn more about CentreLearn’s content partners.

Accessing CentreLearn Pediatric Courses

Training officers can either assign courses to their personnel or provide them access to the EMS and Fire course catalogs so they may complete pediatric and obstetric courses on their own schedule via the CentreLearn Training System. Individuals can access all CentreLearn CECBEMS-accredited EMS courses and dozens of other courses on fire suppression topics through


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