The adaptive ERT course consists of six chapters and starts with an introductory test. In this way, the course can be adjusted to the needs of each trainee based on his or her prior knowledge. This allows the course to be aimed at that particular trainee the whole way through. It not only calculates the relevance of every course objective for the trainee but also takes their importance into account. Learning how to resuscitate, for example, will always be given more attention.
The MemoTrainer function, an online retention tool, will help trainees to keep your knowledge current. It allows them to practice weekly, or even daily, if they’d like. It will also repeat questions the trainees have answered incorrectly in the past more frequently, and it can redirect them to the information they need. It is adjusted to the course objectives, so it’ll also repeat the ones that haven’t been passed yet. In the end, when they’ve successfully passed all activities, they’ll receive a certificate.