Tuesday September 20, 2016; 1900 (7pm) at TJEMS. Register here.Read More
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The CSEMS Council is proud to present a 3-hour CE program entitled: "From the Scared Patient's Perspective".
Often overlooked is the very important component of the delivery of emergency medical services - operations. This presentation will guide you through how to recognize domestic abuse, human trafficking, and non–accidental trauma. We will look at a wide range of at-risk populations. Once you complete this class, you will have a different perspective on the responsibilities we have as EMS providers to ensure we are providing the best care in several manners.Read More
October 1, 2016 to February 11, 2017
When: Occasional Saturdays from 12:00 to 17:00
The majority of coursework will be completed online and on an independent basis. This program is fast paced and requires a tremendous time commitment. Please consider your availability and study habits prior to enrollment.
Where: Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad
828 McIntire Road
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Prerequisites: A valid healthcare level CPR card (AHA, American Red Cross, ASHI) that will not expire for the duration of the course.
Tuition: $950 (Includes textbook, elearning materials and Fisdap assessment package)
Registration: Space is limited to 30 students. Visit www.ets4life.com/emt or call Noah Hillstrom @ 571-762-3205 for further information. Tuition is due at time of registration.
Registration Deadline: September 22, 2016
The Virginia EMS Symposium offers more than 270 courses and 14 course tracks that will help participants meet their continuing education needs and maintain their EMS certification. Classes are also applicable to nurses and physicians.
Thomas Jefferson EMS Council offers American Heart Association (AHA) eLearning CPR as an alternative to traditional classroom training, a great option for re-certifications or anyone needing the flexibility to complete the course on their schedule.Read More
The Virginia Office of EMS publishes resources on the availability of continuing education (CE) programs which can be completed online through approved third party vendors. According to OEMS polices, online CE is only accepted from the following CE vendors as they have applied for and met stringent reporting and course content requirements as set forth by OEMS. Courses completed by providers on non-approved websites will not receive credit towards their certification.Read More