Digital Resources for Safety of Covid

Use our Digital Resources to Promote Safety and Awareness of COVID19

Keeping people safe is our number one priority here at First Response Training International. We do so through our catalog of first-aid and workplace safety courses. When businesses began to reopen and guidelines weren’t as clear as they could have been we took action to protect business owners, employees, and patrons. We did this by developing our newest course Airborne Pathogens.

Since launching we’ve seen thousands of people all over the world take the first step in reducing the spread of COVID19 via Airborne Pathogens. We aren’t done yet and we won’t stop sharing this course to help protect communities everywhere. However, we need your help.

We’ve made it easy to share the course on social media and through other digital communications. Now we’re making it even easier to share about this course with our digital downloads. Not sure how to access them? No worries, we’ll walk you through it.

Step 1: Log-in to your First Response Training Profile

Log-in to your First Response Training Profile just like you would if you were taking a course or registering students.

Step 2: Go to your eLearning courses

Find the “My eLearning” button at the top of the profile menu to view your current and past eLearning courses.

Step 3: Select the Airborne Pathogens course

Next, you’ll scroll down the page to find the “Completed Courses” section. Here you’ll highlight the Airborne Pathogens course and click “Review”

Step 4: Navigate to the downloadable digital resources

Now you will have entered the course and see the course content menu on the left side of the page. Open Chapter 8 – What’s Next, there you will see the screen above. You’ll be able to click on each of the five red links to download the digital resources to print and hang or share them digitally.

With your help, we can continue educating people on how to reduce the spread of COVID19 through Airborne Pathogens. We may not know when life will go back to normal or what the new normal is but we do know, we’re in this together.

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