Several months ago, California saw severe fires that spanned hundreds of thousands of acres and caused thousands of people to evacuate their homes. Locals didn’t know what to expect in the coming days, but they knew that firefighters would face the blazes until they were put out. Actor John Cena was so appreciative of the first responders that he donated $500,000 to firefighter organizations in their honor.
There are approximately 1.1 million firefighters in the United States. These professional and volunteer men and women bravely put themselves in harm’s way every time they respond to a call. That’s why we appreciate them, too. We also appreciate the 262,000+ paramedics in the U.S. who show up to treat people requiring urgent medical care.
First responders: We know you have busy, unpredictable schedules. (We also know that’s an understatement!) So, fitting in the medical courses you’re required to take can be difficult. After all, what are the chances you’re free on the days when classes are given?
Thankfully, we have a solution. You can meet your requirements by taking our Anatomy & Physiology and Medical Terminology courses online, whenever and wherever you like. These courses provide the flexibility you need with your ever-changing schedule, and they’re self-paced so you work at your own speed. Plus, we give you access to the material for a year, so you can squeeze in the work a little bit at a time—or you can knock it out on a free weekend!
How you take our courses is your call. But when you respond to the next 9-1-1 call, with these courses under your belt, you’ll be ready. Thank you for all that you do.
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