When we were designing the website we forgot to include a special area just for reviews and comments from students who have taken our classes. Our solution to this will be a monthly blog containing recent reviews and comments. We will include both positive and negative comments and promise to be as impartial as possible.
“John’s mastery of basic and advanced life support skills and principals, I believe, provide him with the strong evidence-based foundation that he uses to teach. In addition, I believe it is the smart, collegial, and relaxed atmosphere he creates while teaching that really sets him apart from other instructors I have worked with. Students in John’s classes not only learn an incredible amount, but they leave class feeling more confident in their abilities to perform in stressful situations.”—Chair, WHC Code Blue Committee.
“Very informative”—CPR student
“Very efficient and effective”—CPR student
“I heard this was a good class, everyone should take this class!”—CPR Student
During the months of February and March 2010 more than 50 students filled out class satisfaction surveys after completing a training session. The possible rankings on multiple questions can range from 1 (bad) to 5 (excellent). Our average ranking was a 4.9 out of 5. In fact, only one person gave us less than a 5.
“I have no hesitation in writing that John’s ability to teach basic and advanced life support skills are exemplary.” Vice Chair, Dept. of Emergency Medicine
“I feel much more confident in my ability to protect my baby”– Infant CPR Student
“I was always nervous about my baby choking now I’m not”—Infant CPR Student
“Convenient and informative…much better than previous classes I’ve taken.”—CPR Student
“(The Instructors) experience made class much more interesting”-CPR Student
This is a snapshot of comments during the previous month or so. I swear if there were any negative or even slightly less than positive comments I would include them. There just weren’t any.