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The First Aid Show now live on Roku TV

3 July 2013 in Classroom Training, Featured Articles, Instructor, Online Training

The First Aid Show now live on Roku TV and we have nearly 2000 followers already.  The First Aid Show is our online and set top TV channel discussing First Aid and Medical issues.  We are always looking for new ideas so if you have any stories or subjects you want us to cover, please email Keith direct on keith@protrainings.uk.  The first aid show also acts to increase traffic to our sites where your courses can be found, so the more you list and run, the more return you can receive.

We will be adding new films weekly and it gives a useful addition to our video online training courses to expand on subjects covered.  You can also subscribe on the First Aid Show website or on i-Tunes.  We are also on the ProMedical Network on internet TV and Roku.

First Aid Show website now live

9 October 2012 in Classroom Training, Instructor, Online Training

The First Aid ShowWe have launched the First Aid Show site at www.firstaidshow.com and you can follow us on facebook and youtube. We will be working on the site over the next couple of weeks and then adding a RSS feed for internet TV and iTunes video podcasts.  It can be a site that your students use for information but also it will help to spread the word of our sites increasing face to face training sales. Read the rest of this entry →

The First Aid Show coming soon

20 September 2012 in Classroom Training, Featured Articles, First Aid, Instructor, Online Training, Pet First Aid

The First Aid ShowWe are launching a new online TV channel soon called “The First Aid Show.  If you have any questions or stories that you think we can cover please email us.  The show will look at news, first aid, medical and safety to complement our online and classroom training courses.  The main site will go live soon but you can follow us on facebook and youtube. This site is aimed to drive traffic to our sites and ProCourses as well as give advice and updates to instructors and students.

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