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Alberta Health and Safety Training Institute
Looking for Part Time First Aid Instructor - Red Deer/Calgary
In order to work in the province of Alberta in the emergency medical services industry, all candidates must be registered with the Alberta College of Paramedics - ACP (www.collegeofparamedics.org).
The Provincial Registration Process:
Upon successful completion of an approved EMR, EMT program applicants are eligible to write the Provincial Registration Examination at a scheduled sitting. AHASTI's EMR and EMT program are approved programs by ACP. An applicant must successfully complete the Provincial Exam AND attain Registration within one year of completing an approved program or approval from the Registration Committee.
For more information on the Provincial Registration Process, please go to the Alberta College of Paramedics website at http://www.collegeofparamedics.org/registration.php.
EFD Certification will help you: Improve quality of service to the caller. Correctly identify Chief Complaints. Assign needed resources. Improve scene safety. Provided effective Dispatch Life Support. Safely prioritize calls. Acquire National Certification.
The Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD) is now clearly recognized as an essential component of effective EMS systems. Proper and timely training, continuing education, and sound medical protocol help EMDs deliver quality care to the public before anyone else can. This course provides the basic and advanced concepts that promote a safe, effective, and professional EMD program. The course was originally developed by Jeff Clawson, M.D., and is certified by the National Academy of Emergency Medical Dispatch (NAEMD). Over the past decade, NAEMD Certification Courses have become the standard for EMD training. This course meets or exceeds all national criteria set by the American Society for Testing and Materials., the U.S. Department of Transportation, the National Association of EMS Physicians, the U.S. National Institutes of Health, and others.
This two-day course introduces the knowledge and skills required to evaluate and stabilize the trauma patient. ITLS addresses the critical time management of these patients. This is accomplished through instruction and hands-on sessions focusing on rapid assessment and emergency care interventions. The course is designed for two levels of health care practitioners. Basic level: Practitioners with current registration as a health care professional including Emergency Medical Responders, Licensed Practical Nurses, Emergency Medical Technicians, and military levels QL3-5. For additional information, please contact the EMT Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-888-670-5406.
This one-day course is designed for the emergency medical services provider or first responder who must gain access to patients in motor vehicle collisions. Classroom instruction and hands-on practice prepare the participant to access entrapped patients using only hand tools.
In 1976 the International Academy for Professional Driving (initially called National Association of Police Driving) was formed to improve police driving skills and reduce accidents. The unique concept of low speed, high stress training provided effective results and created a driver training sensation. No longer was it necessary for police departments to run high-speed programs at high risk to both driver and vehicle. The idea soon drew attention from the news media and IAPD has been featured on the CBS television program 60 Minutes and other national and local news broadcasts. EMS Education: International Academy for Professional Driving (IAPD) EMS Education: Emergency Driving
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This course is to recertitify the ITLS Trauma certification. Card must be current at time of the program.
EMR Program Goals Excellence: We will produce students of the highest caliber, able to perform with minimal supervision and an eye for detail. These students shall be leaders both in the community and the EMS field, adhering to all guidelines and policies issued from our governing bodies. Quality Education: Courses will be instructed by EMS professionals active in their profession. The curriculum includes all of the competencies outlined in the AOCPs. Leadership: Graduates of our program will have the skills to act as leaders in the community. A focus on independence, risk taking and good judgment will be stressed, assisting the student with confidence and leadership abilities. Professionalism: Students will be trained to the highest standards and competencies as dictated by the Alberta College of Paramedics Code of Conduct. Each participant will understand the aspects and requirements of conducting themselves at all times with professionalism and excellence. Knowledge: We strive to impart a complete knowledge of EMS and course materials to all our students. We will accomplish this by providing for the student’s individual learning needs. Our program will incorporate visual, hands-on, audio and text learning. Additional resources such as videos, extra text material, journal articles and hands-on equipment will be available to all students. Preparedness: Our students will emerge from the EMR program with the skills, attitude and confidence to perform professionally and exceptionally in the field of EMS. Employ-ability: Upon Successful completion of the program, the student will be eligible to register and participate for the Alberta College of Paramedic’s EMR registration exam and gain employment in industrial and municipal ambulance services. Our EMR course is a 140 hour blend of independent study and instructor guided learning. The 90 hour classroom work is structured to train students to work as members of the EMS community through lecture and lab practice. Students are expected to complete a minimum of 50 hours of independent home study prior to the first day, using the course material provided, to round out the learning process. Topic areas are first presented by examining the theory related to a particular injury followed by the practical aspect of emergency care for that injury. The course outline provides the order of presentation of topics to allow you to study applicable sections prior to delivery of lectures. The last day of the course will be devoted to a written exam and practical testing. The program offered by the Alberta Health and Safety Training Institute is a high quality, practical-skill based program with a self study component, supplemented by interactive multi-media presentations and internet based review. Our goal is to get the student comfortable as an EMS member in the community. Our professional instructor base is made up of experienced Emergency Medical Responders, Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedic personnel who are highly dedicated to their students. Course Expectations: 100% attendance is mandatory, lateness will also not be tolerated Respect - for each other, the instructor, the facility, and the equipment Professionalism - you are expected to demonstrate the same level of professionalism as would be expected of any EMS personal All assignments, skills and exams must completed on time and at a grade of 80% or higher. Candidates that do not achieve the 80% or higher at any point in the program will be removed at that time and forfeit all fees. Emergency Medical Responder Job Outlook: Alberta College of Paramedic Registered EMR's are able to find employment in: ➣ Industrial ➣ Rural Centres as Ambulance Attendants ➣ Patient Transfer Agencies ➣ Medical Standbys at sporting events, movie sets, concerts, etc... For more information on the Job Outlook - please go to www.alis.gov.ab.ca and click on occupational profiles. For current job postings - please go to www.albertaparamedicinecareers.ca. Do you have more questions, email email@example.com
A refresher course for those who have already successfully completed an ACP-approved EMR course. The student must be able to provide on the first day of the course an EMR Certification that does not exceed 3 years from the date it was issued.
Canadian Medical Association (CMA) Accredited Our EMT course is a blend of independent study and instructor guided learning. The 396 hour classroom work is structured to train personnel, through lecture and lab practice, to work as a member of the EMS community. Students are expected to complete both pre-study and home-study throughout the course as required. The Alberta Health and Safety Training Institute’s EMT Full-Time Program of Study classroom sessions run for 12 weeks on a 4 days on and 4 days off schedule including weekends and holidays. Following the didactic portion of the program are the Ambulance and Hospital Practicums, which are scheduled by the Institute to match students with services and preceptors in a rural setting. Classroom topic areas are first presented by examining the theory related to a particular injury, followed by the practical aspect of emergency care for that injury. The course outline provides the order of presentation of topics to allow you to study applicable sections prior to delivery of lectures. ➣ Classroom Instruction – 396 hours ➣ Home-study – number of hours varies ➣ Hospital Practicum – a minimum of 3 days ➣ Ambulance Practicum – start date and length varies on site assignment and competency attainment (practicum is a minimum of 14 days) Emergency Medical Technician Job Outlook: Alberta College of Paramedic Registered EMT's are able to find employment in: ➣ Industrial ➣ Rural and Urban Centres as Ambulance Attendants ➣ Patient Transfer Agencies ➣ Medical Standbys at sporting events, movie sets, concerts, etc... For more information on the Job Outlook - please go to www.alis.gov.ab.ca and click on occupational profiles. For additional information, please contact, the EMT Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-888-670-5406.
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