E-learning

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E-learning allows for complete familiarity with ZOLL® products so providers are always ready to respond with confidence. 

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Access Anytime

ZOLL E-learning is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Once assigned courses are completed, the modules can be reviewed at any time for a quick refresher. Profiles are removed after 18 consecutive months of non-use.

Site Content

There are a number of courses that focus on different aspects of ZOLL products, including AED Pro®, AutoPulse®, Propaq® M, Propaq MD, R Series®, X Series® and the 731 family of ventilators. In-service videos as well as self-paced, interactive modules make the process of learning illustrative and easy to remember. Learners can manage the speed, duration, and repetition for each topic. Courses are added as new products are introduced to the market.

Track Progress

Staff compliance and course completion can be tracked by organization administrators. Reports can be generated, exported, and printed as needed.

System Requirements

A connection to the Internet is required. Use the latest version of your browser to view the courses.

LMS Option

Already have a learning management system? Courses can be placed on your platform.

Getting Started

Interested in bringing E-learning to your organization? Contact elearning@zoll.com to start the process.

Help Anytime

For any questions regarding the site or a specific course, email elearning@zoll.com.

Video only Option

Interested in instructional videos but don’t need to track staff? Utilize this resource as an alternative to the E-learning site (Videos only; courses not included).

Looking for Intrathoracic Pressure Regulation (IPR) Therapy courses?

To participate in these online courses, visit www.AmericanCME.com. Register for a free account, view the online course, and then take the post-course exam. Upon successful completion, participants will be awarded 0.5 hours of FREE CME that is accepted by most U.S. states and some other countries. See the American CME website for details.