Free instructor update date set – includes 2015 CPR guidelines update

24 September 2015 in Classroom Training, First Aid, Health & Safety, Instructor

ProTrainingsThe date of the ProTrainings 2015 instructor update day is on Friday 23rd October at 9am in the Holiday Inn Express in Birmingham.  At the event we will include the new 2015 CPR guidelines that are being launched on 15th October and review the new 2015 teaching material and student material that is free to download for ProTrainings instructors.  The day will a also cover the latest changes to the instructor dashboard and all the new features we are adding to make life easier and more profitable for instructors including updated day rate feature and widgets.  We will also be covering updates to ProTrainings and regulated qualifications that will affect instructors.  We will also cover how maximise work you receive including day rate work to teach courses nationally as there is an increasing demand. 

The day will also be a chance to meet some of our team and discuss your ideas and learn how to get the most out of your training.  The course is available free to active centres and instructors.

We are not running a Colchester date at the same time, we will look at a date later in the year if required.

To book you must follow this link and register and print your free tickets – CLICK HERE please do not email or phone to book.

3 responses to Free instructor update date set – includes 2015 CPR guidelines update

  1. Hi Keith and team.
    I cant make Friday 23rd for the update day, as I already have a course booked in for that day.
    Is there any chance other days will be running either at the same venue or other venues?
    If not will the informtaion be made available in another format?
    Many thanks,

    • Hi
      We plan to run a date in Colchester later in the year. I will put the date on when we know it after this update. We will update videos on the guidelines in a few days after the update.

  2. Look forward to a Colchester date as soon as you can fix one.
    Richard Kemsley

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