Senior officials at the launch of the Dubai branch of the Health-Tech training center.
Response Plus Holding (RPM), the largest health services provider in the United Arab Emirates and a subsidiary of ADX-listed Alpha Dhabi Holding, has announced an expansion into the United Arab Emirates with a new branch in Dubai of Health- Tech Training, a leading medical and non-medical training center. nationally.
RPM’s new center will offer BLS, ACLS and PALS first aid courses at an attractive rate. The Health-Tech Training Center has been accredited as the very first and only facility to offer the Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) course and the All-Hazard Disaster Response (AHDR) course; both accredited by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, recommended for all prehospital care providers (doctors, nurses, EMTs, paramedics).
The American Health and Safety Institute has partnered with the Health-Tech Training Center, which is endorsed by Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services. The main objective is to improve teaching methods and enhance participant learning by providing expert support for professional development.
Major Tom Louis, CEO of Response Plus Holding, said, “With growing demand in the global healthcare services market, comprehensive medical and non-medical education support is essential. RPM is ready to provide expert resources to train the community with tailored and accredited courses. We are firmly established in Abu Dhabi, training 25,000 candidates a year, and excited to lead the way as an industry leader with even greater numbers in the UAE and internationally, in line with our strategy of expansion.
Health-Tech Training, founded in July 2014, is accredited by the prestigious American Heart Association, Highfield, and the European Resuscitation Council, NAEMT. The courses it offers are designed and delivered with a hands-on approach with the application of the latest technologies and learning tools. This new branch aligns with the strategic plan to expand additional centers in the United Arab Emirates and internationally, particularly in Cochin (India), Dammam (Saudi Arabia), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) and Muscat (Oman). ).