Manning Emergency Educators, Inc.

Providing Health & Safety Training since 1995

Whether your need is a basic level CPR or First Aid class, or an advanced course such as First Responder or EMT, our independent status enables us to offer you a wide range of programming through our affiliations with well respected organizations.  We design, develop & orchestrate high quality courses to meet your group or individual needs.  We provide on-site training for groups, or we can find an existing program  for you to join.

Our team is dedicated to ensuring a comfortable, non-threatening environment wherein learning can be maximized.  We utilize patience and humor, along with the highest-quality training materials and as much hands-on practice as possible.  This winning combination empowers our students with the knowledge, and the confidence to be able to help others in their time of need.

Our facilitators hold numerous degrees, licensures, & affiliations. We are Educators, EMTs, Paramedics, Nurses and First Responders who are authorized  instructors through various well-respected organizations.

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“The training was great. MEEI provided us with a wonderful presenter; she was very knowledgeable, patient and easy to understand. Thank you so much.”


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  • EMT Program
    • Monday, January 5, 2015 - Monday, June 29, 2015
    • Marlborough, NH

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