As we continue to find a new normal within the coronavirus pandemic, many areas of the country are beginning to re-open and ease restrictions. Therefore, classroom training and certification is likely to increase gradually, as well.
But the health and safety of both students and instructors should remain a primary concern.
You can still use the Remote Skills Verification (RSV) option within your HSI training portal to continue evaluating and certifying students without being in physical contact with them. We recently made some exciting new updates to this option, detailed within this training video.
HSI has also released guidelines to TEACH COVID SAFE that include tips for in-person CPR, AED, and First Aid training and certification. As well as guidelines for teaching in-person Basic Life Support (BLS) classes.
For more detailed information, check out the HSI Emergency Care blog.
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