The National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) EMS Instructor Course Part I
|Event Type:||Continuing Education|
|Event Date:||Friday, November 9, 2012 - Sunday, November 11, 2012|
The course will be held at the 2012 Texas EMS Conference.
500 E. Cesar Chavez Street
Austin, TX, US
|Event Cost:||$195 (registration fee)|
NAEMSE is proud to present the EMS Educator Course, which has been designed and developed by the same individuals who produced the DOT/NHTSA 2002 National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors. The NAEMSE Educator Course represents the didactic component and practical application of the beginning education process to become an EMS instructor. The content of this course aligns the NAEMSE developed modules with the curriculum objectives of the 2002 National Guidelines, and has been designed to provide a basic introduction of concepts for the beginning EMS educator. NAEMSE recognizes that the development of a professional EMS educator requires many components including: formalized education in all aspects of the educational process, practical experience in teaching and mentoring by other members of the educational team to foster personal growth and development. This course DOES NOT include all these components, only the beginning steps of the process. Enrollment will be limited to 100 participants. Individuals who attend the entire course and pass the post test will receive a Certificate of Course Completion from NAEMSE. Continuing education hours have been applied for through NAEMSE, which is accredited by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS) Goals of the course include: To assist EMS educators in achieving the entry-level portions of the DOT/NHTSA 2002 Guidelines for Educating the EMS Instructor (To attain this goal students are required to complete selected readings on the NAEMSE website prior to attending the actual course.)To provide tools and resources to educators who want to teach to the best of their potential. To provide foundational information on the teaching process. To provide opportunities for networking and interpersonal growth. Summative evaluation of the course: A portion of the course will be conducted online and will include educational material pertinent to the successful completion of the course. Participants will complete a written post test which includes information from the NAEMSE Educator Course web site. Participants will be assigned to a team to complete a practical exercise that applies the principles of this course Enrollment is limited to 100 participants. If you are not a NAEMSE member, but you are interested in joining, please visit our web site at www.naemse.org/join to apply Contact NAEMSE: Phone - (412) 343-4775 E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org Website - http://www.naemse.org Sponsored by: The National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE)
|Contact:||Laurie Davin | <p>(412) 343-4775 ext. 24</p> | email@example.com|
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