Our main focus is providing the best CPR Training & Education in New Zealand.
Professional Resuscitation Services (PRS) is a privately owned New Zealand company, registered as a New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) Private Training Establishment under the provisions of the Education Act 1989 and have consent to assess against nominated unit standards.
All of our CPR courses are aligned to the New Zealand Resuscitation Council guidelines to meet requirements for professional development.
The PRS Immediate and Advanced Responder courses are accredited by the New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA) and meet the requirements to gain CPD points.
The PRS Advanced Responder course is endorsed by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) to meet the requirements for the CPD program and attracts CME credits.
"We have found this training service to be informative, interactive, and easy to follow." - Judy Kennedy, Te Ha Oranga
PRS has been providing quality CPR Training to the community and businesses since the company was founded by Noel Easton in February 2004.
Noel 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 Noels wife, Bev Easton, with a team of highly qualified trainers from within the Health and Medical industry.
We play to our strengths. CPR Training for health professionals and non-clinical staff is the core of our business and we train over 3,500 of them every year.
We deliver the complete spectrum of training courses in Emergency Care. This allows client organisations and individuals a one stop shop for all emergency care and First Aid training. PRS offers a continuum of personal and professional development in Emergency Care by way of delivering multiple types and levels of training.
"The PRS trainers are engaging and extremely knowledgeable in their field of practice. The PRS team deliver training that is up to date and on point with current Resuscitation Council Guidelines". - Bernadette Jongbloed, Kensington Hospital