LEHI, Utah (PRWEB) April 18, 2017 Medic-CE, a Career Step company and leading provider of accredited online continuing education for EMS and firefighting professionals, will be exhibiting in booth 6050 at the 2017 Fire Department Instructors Conference in Indianapolis being held April 24 through 29. This year’s FDIC conference will provide fire and EMS professionals the opportunity for improved training experiences, something that is perfectly aligned with Medic-CEs goals, said Judson Smith, Career Step Vice President of Continuing Education. Medic-CE is transforming fire and EMS education delivery with our innovative platform, and we are excited for the opportunity to showcase this technology to the instructors who work so hard to ensure their colleagues have the training they need to do their jobs well and keep themselves and others safe. At this years event, Medic-CE representatives will provide information and answer questions on the companys online learning platform that enables organizations to provide their own instructor-led or self-paced courses through Medic-CEs dynamic online classrooms or choose from over 250 hours of available self-paced courses. Medic-CE’s platform also reduces administrative burdens by making training, tracking and compliance simple, with efficient record organization through a single platform. Medic-CE is one of the only education companies with a complete learning platform solution for EMS and fire. The company offers departments and agencies three training options: hosting their own curriculum through the powerful learning platform; choosing from Medic-CEs library of prebuilt, NREMT-approved and CAPCE-accepted courses; or building a hybrid solution that combines both options. Press Release Follow seattlepi.com on Facebook and Twitter . For more information, stop by booth 6050 to see Medic-CE at the FDIC International Conference or visit Medic-CE.com . To schedule a personal demo at the conference, call 1-844-800-2304. About Medic-CE Medic-CE, a Career Step company, provides accredited online continuing education for EMS and firefighting professionals. Founded in 2006, the company currently serves over 124,000 learners and 250 fire/EMS/ambulance agencies.
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