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Two multi-ethnic paramedics, a Caucasian man and African-American woman, assisting a patient, giving her oxygen inside an ambulance. The patient, a mature Hispanic woman, looks worried. A firefighter standing in front of a fire truck, wearing a fire protection suit and helmet. He is a young African-American man in his 20s. A mature Hispanic woman in her 40s, a paramedic, standing at the rear of an ambulance, by the open doors. She is looking at the camera with a confident expression, smiling, carrying a medical trauma bag on her shoulder.
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Matt Claflin, Chief of Training, University of Akron Training Center for Fire and Hazardous Materials
We feel PSG is at the top when it comes to consistency in its products and convenience of course delivery with the online learning system [Navigate] that comes with the books.

Chief of Training, University of Akron Training Center for Fire and Hazardous Materials

Matt Claflin

Dereck Baker, Division 7 Chief at Virginia Department of Fire Programs
When we reviewed the PSG Fire Officer book, we were amazed at how up to date the book was and how it had everything we wanted in a new book…The book correlated with the JPRs we needed to meet excellently.

Division 7 Chief at Virginia Department of Fire Programs

Dereck Baker

Tim Reitz, Paramedic Program Director at Conemaugh School of Emergency Medical Services
Most of my students give constant positive feedback about both the [Nancy Caroline Paramedic] book and Navigate. They say the combination of the two helps them identify their weaknesses and improve on them.

Paramedic Program Director at Conemaugh School of Emergency Medical Services

Tim Reitz

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