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Who can obtain continuing education credits (CEs, CEUs)?

All EMS professionals can obtain continuing education.  Our organization is accredited by CAPCE, and some states accept this accreditation for nurses as well (please check with your state).  We have two institutional affiliations that allow all other healthcare professionals to obtain continuing education for certain courses (they will be posted).  This includes physicians, RNs, NPs, PAs, Pharmacists, and Dentists.  In the VERY near future, all of our courses will allow credits for all healthcare professionals though!

I am an RN, Physician, PA, NP, Pharmacist, Dentist, can I earn CEs?

Yes! As stated above, there are specific courses that you will be able to earn continuing education credits too, and it will be disclosed in the course info.  VERY SOON, all of our lectures will be approved so all healthcare providers can earn credits.  If you are looking for a specific course/specialty course, please notify us and we will work hard to try and provide a lecture that fits you and/or your team!

I am an EMT/AEMT/EMTI/EMTP, do you offer a refresher course?

Yes!  If you are looking for continuing education to renew your NREMT or STATE license, we offer plenty of education throughout the year for you to renew.  By next year, we will have refresher packages which will include all the education you need if you do not want to attend or miss the initial LIVE sessions.  Be prepared because we will be adding an innovative twist to enhance your learning experience! [note: if you sign up for a membership plan, you will save money in the long run]

If I miss the LIVE lecture, will there be another opportunity to view/attend it?

Yes!  Our educators conduct multiple lectures per year, and if you missed it, there's a good chance there will be another opportunity to attend a LIVE session.  Not only that, but all of our LIVE lectures are also recorded and put into a special library for you to view later if you missed it.

I want to become an American Heart Association (AHA) instructor, what do I need to do?

First, you need to have current copies of your AHA provider certifications in the disciplines you want to become an instructor in (i.e. if you want to become a BLS instructor you need to have your AHA BLS provider certification).  If you have a BLS or CPR certification from another entity that is not AHA, it will not carry over.  TIP: if you obtained your BLS certification online and there were no in-person skills sessions involved, then you did not obtain a legitimate certification.  Make sure you go through an instructor or organization that is licensed/accredited to teach the course.  Once you have obtained your AHA provider certification(s), please email them to Support@120Commpressions.com along with your full name, e-mail address, home address, and current profession.  Right now, we can only offer the AHA provider and instructor courses to residents in the United States.

I want to sign up for an AHA, ARC, or ASHI certification course (or refresher course) but I don't see any dates on the calendar, how can I sign up?

Right now, we do not list update/refresher/skills course sessions on our calendar.  If you are only seeking these types of sessions and not a full course, please inquire and we will work with you to get you re-certified.  If you cannot find a course on our calendar or are interested in a course you cannot find on our calendar or website, please let us know and we will certainly do our best to help you with the certification you are looking for.

I live outside the United States, can I attend lectures and earn credits?

Yes!  It doesn't matter where you live in the world, most countries accept our accrediting organizations.  Remember, our focus is WORLDWIDE healthcare education!

Do you offer group discounts or department discounts?

Yes!  If you are signing up a large group for one of our educational sessions, we will certainly offer you a group rate.  If you attend any of our lectures and want the lecture presented for your department, we will set it up!  CHECK OUT our department plan though!

How can I become an educator for 120Compressions?

Just email us a copy of your resume/CV and we will set up an interview with you.  Email: Support@120Commpressions.com

Is your education approved by OEMS and the National Registry (NREMT)?

Of course!  We have various organizational and institutional accreditations.

If I take a certification course, how long will it take to obtain my card?

1-7 business days.  If you do not receive your certification card within that timeframe, please contact us.

How long is my certification good for?

AHA, ARC, ECSI, ASHI certification courses are good for 2 years.  NAEMT courses are good for 4 years.  Some organizations do require yearly certifications, please check with your employer.

Who needs to take the Bloodborne pathology course?

All healthcare professionals are required to take the bloodborne pathogen course EVERY YEAR.  We over a combo bloodborne/airborne pathogen course.  You will certainly learn a lot more than in the past!  

Can I utilize the skills I learned in your course/lecture?

Yes and no.  Our educators may teach or provide useful tips on skills and techniques when conducting a class.  You can certainly utilize these skills and the education you learn if it's within your scope of practice.  If you learn skills outside your standard of care during an educational session, it is recommended not to perform these skills.  Please contact your local medical director or consult with your operations director for further information on the skills you can and cannot perform.  Depending on where you are employed, you may operate by a different set of standards and protocols.