Demand for First Aid and CPR courses is expanding on South Shore and Cape Cod, MA

The staff at United Alliance Services congratulates employee Alexander Bianco on the successful completion of his Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification. This certification complements the Company’s broad scope of services and expands  training capabilities in the emergency response field. This course covers an in-depth understanding of first aid techniques, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the operation of automated external defibrillators (AED).  The instructional division at United Alliance Services will be using Alexander to his full potential as a junior instructor for future FirstAid/CPR/AED courses.

After completing the 135 hour course at Starr EMS (now National EMS Institute), Alexander will continue working at United Alliance Services, where he will implement his new knowledge and help re-design upcoming Aid/CPR/AED courses to give them a fresh perspective. The President of the company, Valerie Wakefield, had a few words to say on this achievement;  “First off, congratulations to Alexander on successfully completing the course, I look forward to working with you more in the future. I am excited about this new competency you have brought to United Alliance, it offers us another contemporary opportunity as we continue to expand our course offerings. I think as public and private organizations continue to become more aware of the importance of emergency planning, the demand for  FirstAid/CPR/AED courses will only increase.” 

United Alliance plans on adding more FirstAid/CPR/AED courses in the near future so keep checking in on our training calendar for updates and new course offerings.