I stand corrected. I figured if it was something that was open to everybody for certification…and it took seven hours or less…& everyone eventually cycles through the emergency department of a hospital, The bulk of the population could end up certified within the next decade.
Nah, it's something staff has to take yearly as part of 'required updating'. Same lines as "Washing your hands properly" and "preventing falls" and other stuff like that.
Though to be fair, your point is valid; if people had to take this, with the number of people who cycle through at least the population would appear to be better educated (not that they would be though; IMO some people just thrive in ignorance and not wanting to have empathy)