Professional Resuscitation Services

Introduction and Welcome to Professional Resuscitation Services

Professional Resuscitation Services (PRS) is a leader of Emergency Care Training in New Zealand.

Professional Resuscitation Services is registered as a New Zealand Qualifications Authority Private Training Establishment under the provisions of the Education Act 1989.

The company is directed by Noel Easton who comes from a background of over 30 years in Para-medicine, management, occupational health & safety, first aid response preparedness, management, training and health and safety.

Noel is a New Zealand Resuscitation Council (NZRC) CORE Instructor.

Noel is also a NZRC CORE 3 Instructor and a NZRC Regional Training Officer (Auckland). His roles in this position include training trainers in NZRC level 2 & 3 Resuscitation.

Professional Resuscitation Services Level 5 course is registered with and approved by the Royal NZ College of General Practitioners and attracts CME points.

PRS level 4 and L6 courses are also registered with and approved by the various professional bodies including but not limited to the NZ Midwifery Council and the NZ Dental Association.

Noel facilitates training courses in First Aid and Emergency response preparedness and management to a wide section of the business and community groups.

PRS consists of a great team of Instructors who either currently work in medical facilities and/or in paramedical fields.

PRS facilitates training courses in First Aid and Emergency response preparedness and management to a wide section of the business and community groups.

Cancellations

Client organisations will be charged 25% of the programme delivery fee for cancellations within 10 workings days of scheduled course date.

Client organisations will be charged 50% of the programme delivery fee for cancellations within 5 workings days of scheduled course date.

The full fee will be charged out where PRS Limited is notified of the cancellation less than 3 workings days of scheduled course commencement time.