Re-Imagining the Classroom since 2003
If you are a busy professional looking for an alternative to conventional classroom training, then ProTrainings was built for you. We are a nationally recognized training company, providing e-learning and blended courses for CPR and first aid certification, bloodborne pathogens, ergonomics, and other health and safety courses.
Student Centered Training
Choosing the time, place, and pace of your education allows you as a student to have a more effective and enjoyable learning experience. Combined with quality instruction, ease of use, and continual education, it is not surprising that both research and our students often find our training superior.
Our Commitment to Service
We strive to provide service that fosters a lifetime relationship, even if training is received only once every two years. We do this by listening to the common struggles our students have before, during, and after training and certification, and solving these problems with engaging training solutions and unparalleled service.
Company News from ProCPR Blog
Published on: November 15, 2013Lately, our Hazard Communication (Hazcom) training has had an increase in activity. This has lead to a lot of questions about Hazard Communication training, and we’d like to address those questions for you. We’re going to start with the most common question. Who needs Hazcom training? Do I? Does my company? To start, OSHA mandates... continue reading »
Published on: October 30, 2013HazCom is changing You may have heard rumblings about some changes to the OSHA HazCom standard. The revised standard actually took effect on May 25, 2012, but don’t worry if you haven’t re-trained yourself or your employees yet. OSHA is giving employers some extra time to become compliant. However, the first of these deadlines is... continue reading »
Published on: October 10, 2013Cold season is definitely rearing it’s ugly head, and it’s not fun. For any of us that have a cold, cough, or the flu, we can tell you that we’re desperate for just about anything that will make us feel better. Here are some helpful tips from the “Cold, flu, and cough center” at www.webmd.com... continue reading »