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CentreLearn Solutions Launches New Website

CentreLearn Solutions, LLC, the leading provider of online training for EMS and Fire-Rescue personnel through its online training system, has an updated website. CentreLearn.com has been designed to offer a clean, modern interface that’s easy to navigate, reflecting the streamlined interface of the CentreLearn Training System. The new CentreLearn Training System, recently introduced to the market to meet the increasing demand for online education from EMS and Fire professionals, offers a state-of-the-art solution for organizations of all sizes to easily create their own online training with the Course Builder, and assign, track and report all training activities.

Fire and EMS training happens 24/7. The CentreLearn.com home page features a rotating banner which displays the most recent course completion in the CentreLearn Training System.

“It’s rewarding to know that throughout the world, no matter what time of day or night, EMTs, paramedics, and firefighters are completing our courses or their department’s own custom online courses,” said Jason Paluck, CEO. 

The best introduction to the benefits of online training and the CentreLearn Training System is to request a demo.

“Our account managers provide one-on-one interactive tours to understand your organization’s needs for online training and explore the features for training, tracking, and reporting,” said Mr. Paluck. Each demo account includes the full CentreLearn Training System to test and explore the functionality and courses. 

Nearly 300 LearnEMS and LearnFIRE courses are included with the CentreLearn Training System. The new CentreLearn.com Courses page highlights the LearnEMS and LearnFIRE catalogs, as well as additional course catalogs available from CentreLearn’s content partners, such as 24-7 EMS, 24-7 FIRE, Medrills, Emergency Film Group, and Page, Wolfberg and Wirth. 

Visitors to the new CentreLearn.com Features page will be able to get a feel for the Training System and step through the general process of using the system to build a course with the Course Builder, make training assignments to their personnel and generate 1-Click reports.

“We are very proud of the expanded features that are listed on the new www.centrelearn.com website. The details reflect the diverse functionalities of a training management system that are required by EMS and Fire organizations of all sizes,” said Greg Friese, Director of Education and Communication. 

About CentreLearn Solutions

The CentreLearn Training System is the fastest and easiest way to start your online training program. As pioneers in online education, CentreLearn has changed the way more than 250,000 emergency service personnel learn over the Internet and maintain their professional training and certification. The team of in-house instructional designers, educators, and technical experts has partnered with EMS, fire service, public health organizations, and more to make online education, course building, tracking, and reporting easier than ever. CentreLearn provides high quality, accredited multimedia training programs that save money and time for fire departments, emergency services organizations, state health departments, and their personnel. CentreLearn’s Customer Support Team works closely with clients every step of the way to ensure they succeed with online training. For more information about CentreLearn Solutions, or to schedule a demo, visit CentreLearn.com.


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