EMS Instructional Strategies Course
- 40 Hour Course
- 2002 National Guidelines For Educating EMS Instructors Compliant
- Nationally Recognized
- Includes Quizzes, Midterm & Final Examination
- Includes Instructions/Exercises on Lesson Plans
- Course Presentation Required (Instructions Provided)
- Presentation Will Be Critiqued for Instructor Improvement
- Certification Provided At the End of the Course
Becoming an EMS Instructor is about having a good foundation of educational methodologies. Prior to 2002, most EMS providers were not formally trained, in fact, EMS instruction was considered more of a technical trade where an experienced provider would instruct others in how to become an EMT or Paramedic. Additionally, many nurse educators were involved in Advanced Life Support training for EMT-Intermediates and Paramedics. This began to change in the late 2000's.
As state EMS agencies became more involved cohesively the educational process and the NREMT began involving more Paramedics and EMTs for question item writing as well as streamlining measurement of standards, the 2009 National EMS Standards are now in the process of being delivered to their target audience. The EMS Instructional Strategies Course is an essential preliminary element, necessary to become a good EMS Instructor. A majority of states now require formal training such as this course requires to teach for EMS Professionals. This state meets Adult Educational Methodologies, EMS Instructor 1 and 2 or A and B as it is a 40 hour course, including supplemental topics required for the beginning and intermediate instructor. Additionally, the course serves as a good refresher for instructors who might require continuing education for EMS Instruction.
How It Works?
- Create an Account;
- Select the "EMS Instructional Strategies Course";
- Pay $195.00 for the Course;
- Go through Each Module;
- Take All Quizzes;
- Complete the Midterm & Lesson Plan Project;
- Complete/Upload the Final Project;
- Receive Your Personalized Critique & Certificate.
*Note: You must read all topics and complete all assignments in order to become certified.
This 40 Hour EMS Instructional Strategies course is designed for the entry level EMS Instructor prior to formal instruction in an Emergency Medical Services educational program. This course is based on the 2002 National Guidelines For Educating EMS Instructors, which is a consortium of guidelines from the National Association of EMS Educators, the U.S. Department of Transportation, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Successful completion of this course shall entitle the student to EMS Instructor certification.
It is our goal to ensure the most current, accurate, concise and effective curriculum to our students in an effort to save more lives, improve the quality of those in need, and help to reduce and/or eliminate suffering.
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