Emergency & Health Training Center

2660 John Montgomery Dr, San Jose, CA 95148

 

We would like to introduce you and your company to Emergency and Health Training Center.  We Provide First Aid, CPR, and AED Training to healthcare providers and community rescuers who may have to serve as emergency rescuers responding with immediate care before someone with more advanced training can arrive.  We would like to partner with you in monitoring the emergency training adequacy of your staff and in ensuring their certification and compliance with regulatory or generally accepted standards.  We would also like to work with you in adding any additional emergency training procedures and other working procedure you may prefer or require.

Emergency and Health Training Center is an established safety and training organization focused on Medical CPR, AED, First Aid training for healthcare professionals, dental professionals, and government agencies (i.e school districts and government employees.)  Established in 2008. Emergency and Health Training Center was established to meet the needs of the community by providing American Heart Association and EMS Safety Services certified training to its community.  Our mission is to expand to meet the safety and training needs of the people in our community by providing quality training to all professionals in need.  With Emergency and Health Training Center, the people come first.  We believe that we make the community safer through training and making quality and service above all.

In the meantime, please do not hesitate to communicate our services to your staff members who may be needing emergency First Aid and CPR training or re-certification.

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Emergency and Health Training Center.

The goal of Emergency and Health Training Center is to give first responders the knowledge to recognize an early stage of illness or injury. Our mission is to enforce students to learn the skills needed to respond confidently and effectively in an emergency, using skills such as First Aid and CPR. Only then can they save lives and reduce disabilities for others in our community, home, or work environments. Our goal for training is to make our community, home and work environment safer by preventing illness and injury.  We also work with public libraries to conduct Free CPR and First Aid training thus enabling our community to be safer.

In addition, we believe that being able to give back to our community is a blessing. Therefore, we have been providing funding to Smile Train, a non-profit organization working towards freeing children from living with a cleft lip or palate. The reason for this is because we believe that every child deserves to have a beautiful smile. Aside from donating to Smile Train, we are also providing the necessary supplies and food to the less fortunate such as homeless people in the Bay Area. To volunteer with us, please visit us here.

.http://groups.yahoo.com/group/kindness_and_compassion/

Quan Ta was recognized by the California Legislature Assembly (Paul Fong Assembly member, 22nd District) for his commitment to public education. The dedication he puts in for his students will give them a strong foundation to succeed in the future. Furthermore, he has experience working with dialysis patient care in hospitals and clinical settings along with the recognition offered by The Nephrology Nursing Commission. In addition to this, he is a director and founder of Emergency and Health Training Center, who is working with many qualified instructors to provide educational training for the community. As a member of the California Teacher Association, Quan is also conducting classes for Cupertino Adult Education.

Elaine D. is a Registered Nurse who graduated from San Jose State University with a BA degree in Psychology and Social work.  She is certified to teach under multiple organizations such American Heart Association, ASHI, MEDIC,Cupertino Adult  Education, and EMS Safety Services CPR and First Aid courses. In addition, she is also part of the healthcare team at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center.

Tiffany Duong is also one of our instructors certified to conduct American Heart Association and EMS Safety Services courses. As a Certified Nursing Assistant, she believes that in order to give back to the community, teaching CPR and First aid is the most convenient way to give others the knowledge and strength to help save each other during emergency situations. In addition, Tiffany is currently studying Pre-nursing at San Jose State University to obtain a degree as a Registered Nurse. As a future goal, Tiffany is aiming towards becoming a Nurse Practitioner to someday provide professional care for those in need of her assistance.  

David N. is an emergency trainer and an instructor trainer for Emergency and Health Training Center for the last two years.  He has taught both health providers and community rescuers under the American Heart Association and EMS Safety Services in the areas of CPR and First Aid training.  He is know for his unique styles of teaching.  Many students said that his teaching are clear, effected, and fun manner.  David is working towards a degree of a Register Nurse in Cal State University of East Bay.

                

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