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NHCPS Offers Free Training To Malaysian Students

Mackenzie Thompson

by Mackenzie

Life Saver, NHCPS

posted on May 7, 2014 at 2:07 pm

IN AN EFFORT TO INSPIRE COMMUNITIES TO SAVE LIVES, an ongoing goal of Dr. Karl Fritz” Disque, National Health Care Provider Solutions coordinated with St. John’s Ambulance to present fundamental information to train those in Malaysia on proper CPR practice. St. John’s Ambulance, a volunteer ambulance service, corresponded with one of the most esteemed universities of Malaysia to train 80 residents proper CPR training. Fritz prepared a visually aesthetic presentation along with hands-on experience to the Malaysia University of Science and Technology.

National Health Care Provider Solutions Fritz’s goal of the demonstration was to not only teach the 80 residents there, but more significantly to promote and expose the expertise and information obtained by these citizens to other members of the community. The focus of the demonstration and presentation emphasized out of hospital care survival, diseases in Asia, the importance of CPR training, and methods to remember and properly practice CPR and AED techniques.

Along with Fritz were five faculty members who filmed the presentation on iPads to share the footage with others who could not attend the presentation. The students of Malaysia University of Science and Technology were evidently encouraged and remarkably excited about the training and information they received from Fritz. National Health Care Providers Solutions goal is to motivate others to save lives has, and will continue, to be represented by Fritz.

About Mackenzie

Mackenzie is a lover of world travel, photography, design, style and Chinese cooking. She is passionate about working towards a purpose, recently graduated from Indiana University with a degree in Media and Marketing, and is currently residing in Manhattan.

Contact Mackenzie at [email protected]

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  2. Eden says:

    It implies that you have teamwork, leadership, and communication skills. Just the act of completing first aid training demands that you inhabit the role of leader, team player, and proficient communicator. Some employers will find the certification more convincing than any self-appraising you have to do in an interview.

    1. Mackenzie Thompson says:

      We appreciate the comment Eden, thank you!

  3. Terry Lopez says:

    How do I request records of someone having a CPR certificate?

    1. Bryan says:

      We are happy to help. You may chat with us via the chat widget found at the bottom right part of our website. Or you can reach me directly at [email protected]

      You can send us the name or email address of the person you are inquiring about and we can send you details of his/her certification.

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