New Courses at Bound Tree University

New Courses at Bound Tree University

Press Release Dec 19, 2012

The Bound Tree University Classroom now offers 15 all-new, free training courses!

As of December 1, 2012 Bound Tree University has changed continuing education providers. What does this mean for you? This change will give you access to 15 new training courses with award winning videos, learning objectives, scenario practices and support material. All courses are approved for 1.5 hours of CE and are accredited by the Continuing Education Coordination Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS). As always these courses are available to you free of charge!

Please note a few things with this change:

  1. Current Courses: Any course currently in progress will need to be completed by November 30, 2012.
  2. Course Certificates: Access to course certificates earned prior to December 1, 2012 will be available to you through a link in the login area of the Bound Tree University Classroom.
  3. Classroom Login: Your Bound Tree University Classroom login will remain the same for access to new courses as well as course certificates earned prior to December 1, 2012.

For questions regarding the Bound Tree University Classroom change please click here.

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