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Southeastern Emergency Equipment to Hold Paramedic Refresher Course in July 2012

Wake Forest, NC -- Todd Baker, Director of Training and Education for Southeastern Emergency Equipment, an international distributor of emergency medical equipment and supplies, has announced the center will offer the next Paramedic Refresher Course July 30 – August 4, 2012. The Paramedic Refresher Course will be held at the Southeastern Emergency Equipment Training & Education Center, located at 5762 Hwy 96W in Youngsville, N.C. just North of Raleigh.

The curriculum guidelines will be the objectives of the 2001 US DOT EMT-Paramedic Refresher Course. The program will consist of a Monday-Thursday lecture-style component, followed by two OPTIONAL days where participants may take ACLS and PALS refresher courses.

Completion of the lecture component will meet all NREMT-P mandatory and flexible core content areas with the exception of 8 hours in airway, breathing, cardiology and 8 hours in OB/Peds. If participants elect to take the optional ACLS and PALS refresher modules then ALL hours will be met for the required 48 hour paramedic refresher course.

The course schedules and length include 32 hours on Mon-Thurs, July 30 - August 2 from 8:00am-5:00pm each day for the lecture/lab component; 8 hours on Friday, August 3 from 8:00am-5:00pm for the ACLS refresher; and 8 hours on Saturday, August 4 from 8:00am-5:00pm for the PALS refresher. You can register for the courses at www.seequip.medic-ce.com.

If you are unsure of the course you need or would like to register, visit www.seequip.com and look for the link to the Paramedic Refresher Course on the right-hand side. You may also contact our Training Department at training@seequip.com or by phone at (800) 334-6656 x 360.

About Southeastern Emergency Equipment
Southeastern Emergency Equipment is a leading specialty distributor of EMS equipment, supplies and training. Founded in 1979, Southeastern credits it success to believing that people buy from companiesthat demonstrate a consistent commitment to quality and service. Each Southeastern sales representative has been, or still is, a first responder who brings real-world experience to clinical needs. While the company represents products from over 475 manufacturers, Southeastern actively seeks and partners with the industry’s best technologies and brands. Southeastern Emergency Equipment has also implemented a comprehensive training and education department which offers Emergency Medical Services (EMS) classes as well asAmerican Heart Association (AHA) classes to better serve the educational needs of its customers and the community. For more information about SEE and its products, or to register for one of its AHA classes or CECBEMS-approved courses, visit www.seequip.com.

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