About Blended Training

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Mastering Blended Training with ProTrainings

The Distinction of ProTrainings in Blended Learning

ProTrainings stands out for its pioneering involvement in blended training, a novel educational approach combining online and face-to-face sessions.

Understanding Blended Training

Blended courses are structured such that part of the curriculum is covered online, while the remaining portion is conducted in-person with instructors. It's essential to identify which courses are suitable for this format, and ProTrainings provides guidance on the few that aren't ideal due to various constraints.

Initiation of Blended Courses

We initiated with Pediatric First Aid but soon incorporated a wider range of courses, asserting that most can be adapted to the blended format on our platform.

Implementing Blended Courses: A Step-by-Step Process

1. Course Purchase and E-learning

Students can purchase the e-learning module using an instructor's discount code, through direct website widgets, or via their personal dashboard. Instructors stand to gain a 40% commission on these sales.

2. Organising the Practical Session

Once students have completed the online segment, they transition to the practical training. Instructors should establish 'blended part two' classes, such as 'AFAW blended part two', to facilitate this transition. Students who used the discount code will automatically appear on the system and can be added to the class easily.

3. Utilise the Appropriate Resources

When conducting the practical session, ensure you're using the 'blended' PowerPoint presentations, tailored for the format, rather than the comprehensive two-day versions.

4. Assessment and Certification

After completing their e-learning, students undertake a preliminary test. However, a formal test remains obligatory at the end of the course. This can be accessed via QR codes and must be completed to certify students.

Key Considerations in Blended Training

Understanding and adhering to the specific rules, time requirements, and potential restrictions, such as student numbers, is paramount. If uncertainties arise, instructors are urged to seek clarification before the course commences to avoid post-course complications.


Blended training offers a versatile and effective learning method. With ProTrainings as your partner, you can ensure quality education that's compliant with set standards. Should you have further questions, please reach out for guidance.