Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Training Programs

EMT Core Competency Program
This 20-hour course is designed to meet and/or exceed National and Massachusetts refresher requirements for EMT-Basics. This course is based upon task analysis of EMTs and focuses on what skills EMTs perform in day-to-day operations. Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive a course certificate.

CRN: 15472 / Course: CSHH038 M1
Dates: October 16 - 30, 2017
Days: Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Middleborough Center, Room: MDL127
Cost: $189
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Paramedic Core Competency
National Continued Competency Requirements (NCCR) are determined by the NREMT Board of Directors based upon widespread input from EMS researchers, EMS physician and EMS provider stakeholders. The NCCR comprises 50% of the overall requirements necessary to recertify. Topics in the NCCR are chosen among the following: evidence-based medicine, any changes in the National EMS Scope of Practice Model, science-related position papers that affect EMS patient care, topics which cover patient care tasks that have low frequency yet high criticality, and articles which improve knowledge to deliver patient care. The NREMT will provide the educational materials for this component to the EMS community as part of their mission - to protect the public. *This program is used in place of DOT 48 hour Paramedic refresher.

CRN: 15475 / Course: CSHH041 M1
Dates: December 4 - 7, 2017
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 
               8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
         Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Middleborough Center, Room: MDL127
Cost: $299

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ACLS Refresher
The ACLS renewal course is designed for those health care providers who wish to renew their ACLS certification. Following the American Heart Association guidelines, this instructor-led, renewal course highlights the importance of team dynamics and communication, systems of care and immediate post-cardiac-arrest care. 

CRN: 15477 / Course: CSHH068 M6
Dates: September 30, 2017
Days: Saturday
8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Middleborough Center, Room: MD103
Cost: $189
*Pre-test required prior to registration.  Contact 508-588-9100 x1702
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CRN: 15476 / Course: CSHH068 M1
Dates: December 11 & 13, 2017
Days: Monday & Wednesday
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Middleborough Center, Room: MDL127
Cost: $189
*Pre-test required prior to registration.  Contact 508-588-9100 x1702
Click here to register!

Coming soon:

EMT-Paramedic to Paramedic Transition
This 16-hour course is for EMT-Paramedics (EMT-Ps) who were Nationally Registered and will now become Nationally Certified Paramedics. This course is also for ALL Massachusetts EMT-Paramedics! This two-day course will fulfill the National and Massachusetts educational requirements for the transition from EMT-P to Paramedic designation. Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive a course certificate.

Airway Management
Airway management has become such a challenge with new technology and new philosophy.  Join Hank and get his take on managing an airway.  Did we mention that instructor Hank Crowley is an anesthesiologist? 

EMS Response to Autistic Patients
Join instructor, Sean Dore and his real-life experience with the autism spectrum.  These patients react differently to EMS and their injuries.  Sean will take you through how to manage these patients and how your actions can make the difference between a calm situation or it getting out of hand.

EMS - What is Going On?
We have seen EMS change more in the past three years than we have seen in the past thirty!  Changes in initial education and recertification, NCCR, NREMT profiles.  There are changes in patient care. What is selective spinal restriction and treatment?  We don’t give oxygen anymore?  Tourniquets are back in?  Join Scott Meagher, a thirty year veteran of EMS and one of the leading EMS Educators for an update on what has changed in EMS……….and how it will affect you! 

EMT Intermediate 85 to Advanced EMT
The Massachusetts EMT-Intermediates that currently exist were trained on curriculum that was created in 1985.  The goal of this program is to provide the current certified EMT-Intermediate 85 with transitional material and instruction in order to meet the current National EMS Standards Curriculum.  In addition, the program will prepare the current certified EMT-I85 for the National Registry Advanced EMT Exam.  The class will include classroom and lab practical sessions.  There is no clinical or field internship.  This course is for the current certified EMT-I85 who is looking to transition to the Advanced EMT level.  Additional fee for required EMT online testing component.  For more information and to verify eligibility, please call 508-588-9100 x1702.

Medical Sign Language
Expert medical professionals are often referred to as the “person who wrote the book”.  Irene Duke has written the book on sign language.  Join Irene as she takes us through a crash course on how to manage those people that have communication challenges.  

Is your employer paying for any of these courses?  If so, please call 508-588-9100 x1322

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