CARS members can receive training in emergency medicine and a range of specialized rescue techniques. Certification as an emergency medical technician (EMT) is required to serve as an attendant in charge on an ambulance. Practitioners with an RN, LPN, or PA can obtain EMT certification without attending the full EMT class. Training in vehicle extrication techniques is offered each year. Information about training opportunities is provide on this page.
Join us at CARS for a weekend (March 11-13) full of hard work and learn all about vehicle extrication awareness and operations with advanced level scenarios!
RN/LPN/PA to Emergency Medical Technician
You can obtain your EMT certification without attending the full EMT class!
Click here for more information.
AHA CPR for Heath Care Providers – includes Adult, Child and Infant CPR, AED and choking relief.
Please email email@example.com to find out when these classes are offered and to sign up.
Go to: http://www.onlineaha.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=main.courseCatalog
Choose *BRAND NEW 2011* BLS for Healthcare Providers Online part 1.
When you finish print your course completion, email Jordan Peachey at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time to do your skills check. The skills check usually takes 30 minutes or so and you will be tested on Adult and Infant CPR as well as 2010 CPR changes. When you come for that make sure to bring the print out from the online course and $15 so we can get you a card. The online test cost $20.
FEMA Online Hazmat Awareness Class
…can be found here.