Community Training Associates serves the New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware areas from single person to large group training is available at your location.
We offer 9-1-1 Dispatcher, Emergency Medical Dispatch, First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens, and CPR training virtually now!
Community Training Associates has set up a way to do our usual classroom training virtually, which will consist of a blended learning format. Students will watch videos to gain all the necessary knowledge and via video chat do a skill practice and test in front of a Community Training Associates instructor. The necessary equipment will be shipped to your location for the skill session.
For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time at: 609.CPR.3015 or email@example.com
Community Training Associates is an approved training facility by National Emergency Communications Institutes, NJ Office Emergency Telecommunications Services (9-1-1), NJ Office of Emergency Medical Services
Community Training Associates is an approved training/edcuation center for both American Health and Safety (ASHI) and Emergency Care and Safety Institute Training Center (ECSI.)
Community Training Associates is recognized by National Emergency Communication Institute (NECI) as provider of 9-1-1 Basic, Emergency Medical Dispatch Courses (EMD), Emergency Fire Dispatch (EFD) and Communications Training Officer (CTO) Courses
Community Training Associates was founded in 2011 to teach the general public, work place responders, certified and non certified emergency responders CPR, First Aid, Safety and other emergency service training.
Community Training Associates has online courses with skill testing available.
Community Training Associates is a training site of LifeForce USA’s bls multi-region community training of the American Heart Association.
Community Training Associates mission is to increase community awareness about heart attacks, strokes, and what to do for the potentially life-threatening illnesses. As families, businesses, construction and manufacturing industries, schools, emergency service agencies and healthcare providers (our community) learn to recognize signs and symptoms and what to do in an emergency we strengthen our our “Chain of Survival” and save lives.