New CPR / AED Release from American Safety & Health Institute
The American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) introduces an enhanced, content-rich
upgrade to the CPR and AED for the Community and Workplace program.
April 8, 2009 – EUGENE, OR – American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI), a member of Health & Safety Institute (HSI) family of brands, announces the launch of new and improved CPR and AED for the Community and Workplace training materials. This release incorporates both Instructor and Student resources.
In an ongoing effort to improve program materials, the ASHI CPR and AED Instructor Package features an enhanced DVD (54 minutes). The new video footage has been shot in hi-definition keeping HSI an industry-leader in utilizing this technology. This release also includes an all new Instructor Guide as well as a modified PowerPoint® presentation that corresponds directly to the updated student materials. The new Student Handbook offers larger, graphic-rich pictures in an easier-to-comprehend format. These new materials continue to follow the 2005 guidelines for first aid (new guidelines will not be released until 2010.)
“The improvements made to the ASHI CPR and AED for the Community and Workplace training materials were a direct result of customer feedback.”, says Bill Rowe, Director of Product Development, “We believe Training Centers and Instructors will be very pleased with the new features and the updated look and feel.”
ASHI Students will also be able to utilize either a traditional-print or digital-book format. The digital-book version of CPR and AED will give students anytime access to the same reference materials as contained in the hard copy. Accessed through the ASHI Digital Book Download Center (ashinstitute.org/digitalbook.htm), students do not need to purchase additional electronic devices or software to access the handbook.
Special introductory pricing is available until May 3, 2009 on the new ASHI CPR and AED Instructor Package, containing an Instructor Guide, DVD, PowerPoint CD, Instructor Support CD, and sample Student Handbook.
To learn more visit ashinstitute.org or call 800-246-5101.
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