Friday, May 6, 2011

Universal Careers releases video series

The field of education has evolved over the years. As more and more nontraditional learners train for careers, schools try new lessons and programs.

Universal Careers, a leader in the training of EMT/paramedics, is keeping on the forefront of this idea. The organization has launched a new video series for EMTs.(universal careers reviews)

The series, called 911 Emergency Response, was created to show students what to do in a variety of cases. Rick Hamilton, senior executive of development for Universal Careers, said, “While UC employs experienced paramedics as instructors in the EMT program, we know that there are cases where paramedics may not have had much experience. In addition, the videos give students a visual presentation of what to do instead of a textbook description.”

The videos feature many 911 scenarios which provide detailed instruction for EMT students. This gives learners another type of instruction to go along with hands-on training with actual medical equipment and time in emergency rooms and hospitals. These techniques have helped make Universal Careers one of the top training organizations in the United States for EMT/paramedics.(universal careers paramedic)

In addition to training, Universal Careers also provides graduates with assistance in finding employment in either public or private sector jobs upon completion of the program.

Individuals interested in Universal Careers should call (213) 290-4682 or visit the web site at for more information.

Universal Careers is a national leader in EMT and paramedic training and preparation. With customer service offices in Los Angeles, Calif., and a training partner in Fredericksburg, Va., UC is a state-of-the-art provider of training for individuals interested in joining the health care field. Upon successful completion of the Universal Careers EMT Basic course, students will receive additional help in obtaining their EMT Certification which makes them eligible to work with paramedics in every state in the U.S.

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