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Learn how to manage and act when the unthinkable happens. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR training, allows a participant a front-seat view of managing a compression scenario when someone goes unresponsive. 

Kore Training's courses allow a rescuer the ability to practice hands-on compressions and lifesaving techniques. Separated into categories, students can select a rescue level appropriate to their skill set.

All CPR levels can be added to any first aid course or taken independently. Each course has a one-year certificate unless it is a virtual knowledge course. From a knowledge demonstration (a non-certifiable course virtually) to a basic life support level- Kore Training allows customizable options better suited for industry-specific tasks. 

Our program allows you to select the appropriate CPR level to add to your first aid or individually.

CPR-C:
This course covers cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), including responding to breathing, airway and circulation emergencies for adults, children and infants. This course is ideal for people who want to be prepared for the unexpected.

CPR-A:
Have you taken your required workplace CPR-C but now need First Aid? This CPR-A course combined with First Aid is ideal for you. With a quick refresher on CPR, you leave this class with the credentials you need in all workplaces (where CPR-C is taken separately), or are you a stay-at-home parent, a caregiver, an older sibling, or a babysitter? And if you want to know what to do in an emergency situation, then this course is for you.

At Kore Training, we are committed to providing flexible and comprehensive CPR training programs that equip participants with the skills and knowledge they need to respond confidently in emergency situations.

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Learn how to manage and act when the unthinkable happens. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR training, allows a participant a front-seat view of managing a compression scenario when someone goes unresponsive.  Kore Training's courses allow a rescuer the ability to practice hands-on compressions and lifesaving techniques. Separated into categories, students can select a rescue level appropriate to their skill set. All CPR levels can be added to any first aid course or taken independently. Each course has a one-year certificate unless it is a virtual knowledge course. From a knowledge demonstration (a non-certifiable course virtually) to a basic life support level- Kore Training allows customizable options better suited for industry-specific tasks.  Our program allows you to select the appropriate CPR level to add to your first aid or individually. CPR-C: This course covers cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), including responding to breathing, airway and circulation emergencies for adults, children and infants. This course is ideal for people who want to be prepared for the unexpected. CPR-A: Have you taken your required workplace CPR-C but now need First Aid? This CPR-A course combined with First Aid is ideal for you. With a quick refresher on CPR, you leave this class with the credentials you need in all workplaces (where CPR-C is taken separately), or are you a stay-at-home parent, a caregiver, an older sibling, or a babysitter? And if you want to know what to do in an emergency situation, then this course is for you. At Kore Training, we are committed to providing flexible and comprehensive CPR training programs that equip participants with the skills and knowledge they need to respond confidently in emergency situations.
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Team Building

Team building exercises are essential for improving communication, trust, and collaboration.

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Kore Training understands that team building exercises are essential for improving communication, trust, and collaboration among team members. We also recognize the importance of safety, first aid, and CPR training in promoting a safe and healthy work environment. That's why we offer team building exercises that incorporate safety, first aid, and CPR training to help organizations improve their team dynamics while also promoting safety and emergency preparedness. Here are some team building exercises that we offer at Kore Training: Emergency Response Simulation: In this exercise, teams are presented with a simulated emergency scenario and are required to respond to the situation using the skills they learned in their safety, first aid, and CPR training. This exercise helps teams to work together under pressure while also testing their emergency response skills. First Aid Relay Race: This is a fun and interactive exercise that tests teams' knowledge of first aid techniques. In this exercise, teams are required to complete a series of first aid tasks, such as bandaging a wound, performing CPR, or responding to a choking incident, in a relay race format. Safety Scavenger Hunt: This exercise involves teams searching for safety hazards in the workplace and identifying ways to mitigate these hazards. The exercise encourages communication, collaboration, and problem-solving while also promoting safety awareness. CPR and First Aid Challenge: In this exercise, teams compete against each other to see who can perform CPR and first aid techniques more accurately and quickly. The exercise helps to improve team communication and coordination while also reinforcing important life-saving skills. Mock Emergency Response: This exercise involves creating a mock emergency situation and testing teams' response skills. Teams must work together to assess the situation, identify the appropriate response, and execute the response plan. This exercise helps to promote teamwork and emergency preparedness. We can customize our team building exercises to meet the specific needs of your organization. Our experienced trainers will work with your team to ensure that they are engaged, motivated, and leave the training with a better understanding of how to work together effectively while also promoting safety and emergency preparedness.


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