Value of NRP, ABLS?

Hi Y'all, New attending here. Does anyone find any value, either perceived by employers or in their actual clinical practice, from some of the more obscure acute care courses like the neonatal resucitation program (NRP) or advanced burn life support (ABLS)? I work a lot of remote, single coverage sites and so NRP sounds like it could be useful for the rare neonate or precipitous delivery. Are there any courses you might recommend to continue to grow one's clinical proficiencies... Value of NRP, ABLS?
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