We are registered as a New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) Private Training Establishment under the provisions of the Education Act 1989. We deliver the complete spectrum of training courses in Emergency Care. This allows client organisations and students a one stop shop for all emergency care training including First Aid and ‘Pre-Hospital Emergency Care’ courses. PRS offers a continuum of personal and professional development in Emergency Care by way of delivering multiple types and levels of training. All of our CPR courses are accredited and aligned to the New Zealand Resuscitation Council guidelines.

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PRS offers the New Zealand Resuscitation Council Immediate and Advanced CORE Courses.

In addition to this PRS offer certification approved by a number of health professional groups:

  • Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners - PRS Advanced Responder course is accredited by the RNZCGP and attracts CME points and meets the requirements for MOPS

  • New Zealand Dental Association – PRS Immediate and Advanced Responder courses are accredited by the NZDA and therefore meet Professional Development requirements. PRS also offers NZRC CORE courses for Dentists offering IV sedation.

  • New Zealand Midwifery Council (NZMC) – PRS is an approved provider for resuscitation education for the NZMC. PRS Immediate Responder is to the NZ Resuscitation Council guidelines and therefore meets Professional Development requirements

  • PRS offers Workplace First Aid courses. A full range of First Aid and emergency care training is available to those who want to learn life saving skills.

The company was founded by Noel Easton in February 2004 who had a background of over 30 years in Para-medicine, first aid response preparedness, management training, health & safety management & occupational health & safety.

The Company is now being directed by Bev Easton and her team. Bev has a background in hospital care specializing as a cardiac technician.

Leading the team of 10 instructors and maintaining the high level of professional emergency care training Noel s

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