The program is for adult students with an EMT credential and a high school diploma or GED. Classes begin April 20.
This article describes how Oregon's EMS offices responded to the cancellation of all in-person EMS educational conferences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the country moves to slowly reopen, colleges and educational facilities will begin to allow students back on campus. The first groups of students will undoubtedly be from public safety and allied health programs.
Clinical and regulatory changes are happening almost on a minute-by-minute basis.
In order to move forward, most programs are going to have to make some significant changes with how they choose to deliver information.
Online education is far more than just PowerPoints with voiceovers.
The first class of graduates from AMR Lifeguard’s “Learn to Earn” program are now qualified to be emergency medical professionals.