Group Activities for Your Office – How CPR Training Can Bring Your Office Together
CPR training can save lives. And it can also be an excellent way to build office camaraderie.
Managers and supervisors would agree – it’s never a bad time to increase employee morale. CPR training might not seem like an ideal event to have fun, but it’s actually the perfect method for creating some unexpected office entertainment.
Let’s say you work in the accounting department. It’s highly likely you don’t get a chance to mingle with the folks in shipping & receiving too often. Likewise, upper management probably doesn’t interact with production workers on a frequent basis.
Enter a CPR training session.
This type of get-together is not just a chance to learn crucial life-saving skills. You can enjoy some inter-department communication. It’s a great chance to meet new faces (recent hires, interns, etc.). And if the instructor is game, the class can incorporate some healthy competition. For instance, your office can split up into groups to see who has the best reaction times, CPR procedures and teamwork.
Best of all, the simulated session only FEELS like a real-life emergency. If one of your team members forgets to dial 9-1-1, well, the manikin won’t complain.
If nothing else, CPR training lets everyone get away from their daily tasks for a few hours. And who knows? Those employees from the other end of the building might just turn into friends outside the office!
If you’d like to schedule an inspiring training session (either at your facility or our convenient office locations), SureFire CPR is the sure-fire way to go. In addition to our CPR training, we have PALS certification programs, ACLS classes and much more. Plus, we have a new office location and a professional, friendly staff second to none in the industry.
Would you like to learn more about SureFire CPR? Just call (888) 277-3143 to speak with our customer service team, or check out our contact page. We can help your office with any CPR training event.
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