The struggle in teaching CPR on a mass scale has always been how to maintain consistency while also achieving training efficiency. Historically, a combination of video and text materials have been used to meet this challenge--with an evergrowing emphasis on holding instructors accountable for not deviating from course materials.
The recent requirement for feedback devices to be used in testing has helped to improve consistency and standardization, not to mention make a more confident learner. But, some organizations and institutions may wish to do more. E-learning solutions can provide the structure that learners need, standardizing the course content as well as delivery.1
Studies show 50-60% better consistency of learning through technology-based training.2
When a cardiac emergency occurs, an approach to life-saving techniques that was reinforced by standardized training is what any organization strives for. When learners have received that stanardized training, you can be confident that they will feel more empowered to act.