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Tactical Workouts Presents: Paramedic Training and AED Grants Explained

Published on 2/1/2019
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In Kelowna, we see what's involved in becoming a paramedic. [Video below]

 

Revolutionary Tactical Strength and Conditioning Program Provides A Simple Training Blueprint to Help You Gain Strength, Boost Power, and Rebuild Your Body

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 World’s Greatest Military Operators and Law Enforcement Professionals Reveal the Secret  Training System Used By Elite Tactical Athletes

TO: Military Operators, Law Enforcement Professionals, and Prepared Citizens Serious About Building Tactical Muscle

RE: Special Report by Joseph Arangio, Tactical Strength and Conditioning Coach

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AED Grants Explained

By: Michael Rad

 

By now you have seen that the AED saves lives and that your company, firm or club needs an AED as much as it needs a fire extinguisher or a smoke alarm. The problem is that an AED device costs between $1500 and $2500 and this may become a deterrent for many people. What you must know is that there are certain AED grants available for you. There are local, state or federal government grants accessible constantly. However, receiving a grant a rather time consuming process.


Here are 2 important steps you must take to help you save some time and get an AED grant. Start by doing some research on this matter on the Internet, identify the best opportunity for you to get an automated external defibrillator grant and then write a proposal in order to receive some financial support for your AEDs.


There are genuine grants available at all times, grants that want to help small and medium-sized businesses get AEDs. These financial aids are given either by the government or private associations that work in order to improve the quality of first aid given at the right time in an emergency. All you have to do is to find existing financial support for your life-saving equipment.


So where do you start? First, search the Internet to find available grant programs. There is a very helpful website that might help you. Its address is cfda.gov . These initials stand for the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance . Here you are likely to find financial support granted by the government. The majority of the national funding programs found in the Directory of Research Grants start from the most up-to-date CFDA. The CFDA is available every spring and updated each fall.


To find out about the most recent granting programs you can take a look at the Federal Register on a regular basis. The Federal Register is in fact the government's daily newspaper. Other federal grants may be found at: grants.gov . You have the chance to find over 900 funding openings initiated by 26 federal agencies. By using this web site, you will save a lot of time and you will reduce the amount of official procedures that are usually needed for this type of funding.


The Foundation Center will be ready to help you and will indicate if you may receive a grant; if they presently have grants available, or will tell you when it is the most likely they will have some money available for you.

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