This course must follow the guidelines established by the NC Office of EMS. The EMS Continuing Education program must be conducted by an approved Basic or Advanced Educational Institution as defined in the rules of the North Carolina Medical Care Commission. All Continuing Education Programs will at a minimum, meet or exceed the National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) established by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. The NCCP allows local entities, including the state, region or agency to deliver topics that can be and are not limited to, state or local protocol changes, tasks that require remediation based on QA/QI and topics chosen from run reviews. Additionally, the NCCP allows an individual the flexibility to pursue EMS-related education of interest.
Multi-Entry Class. Students can only obtain 18 hrs of total contact credit and cannot duplicate topics.
Southmont FD (7p-10p): 10/12/20, 10/19/20. 11/9/20, 11/16/20, 2/8/21, 3/8/21, 4/12/21, 5/10/21
Gumtree FD (7p-10p): 10/20/20, 10/27/20, 11/17/20, 11/24/20, 2/16/21, 3/16/21, 4/20/21, 5/18/21
Thomasville Rescue Squad (7p-10p): 10/15/20, 10/26/20, 11/19/20, 11/23/20, 2/22/21, 3/22/21, 4/26/21, 5/24/21
October 2020: Fall Sports Injuries
October 2020 (Makeup): Basic Airway Emergencies
November 2020: BLS – Patient Assessment
November 2020 (Makeup): Medication Administration/Delivery
February 2021: BLS-OB GYN Emergencies
March 2021: Basic Trauma Emergencies/Burns
April 2021: BLS Agricultural & Industrial Injuries
May 2021: Stop the Bleed
Contact Info: Sam Olshinski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-224-4809