December 23, 2011
Why is emergency training often practiced under unrealistic conditions?
Students are often asked to perform the required steps of an emergency training exercise in an absolutely silent classroom. Is this realistic? Are emergency situations so quiet you can hear a pin drop?
Training under the closest conditions of an emergency scene is necessary in order for students to be fully prepared for a real life emergency. With products like the "First Aid Noise Simulator" from First Aid Software, training your students under the conditions of a real life emergency scene atmosphere is now possible.
Not only does our software force your training students to focus on the proper procedural steps by requiring them to block out the distracting noise, but it also makes first aid training classes a lot more fun.
First aid training can be a stressful yet rewarding experience. Receiving the best possible first aid training is NOT possible unless you practice your training under conditions closely resembling the environment of a real life emergency. It is with this philosophy that www.FirstAidSoftware.org was created.