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This instructor course includes a written pre-course evaluation, requiring a score of 80% to be eligible for entry into the classroom/onsite portion of this course. Participants must successfully complete all components of course to receive certificate of completion.
- maximum number of course participants is capped at 20
- seats are filled on a first-come, first served basis with minimum entry requirements
Course Entry Requirements / Preferred Qualifications
- current EMS providers license in good standing, with no restrictions (affiliation not required)
- current EMS Instructor I license in good standing, with no restrictions (affiliation not required)
- associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree in EMS or a related field (preferred, not required)
- relevant EMS instructor certifications and experience
Course Fee & Textbook
- course fee is $100.00 (textbook is required, but not included in the course fee)
- NAEMSE-Foundations of Education-An EMS Approach-2nd Edition (2012)
- ISBN-13: 978-1111134884 / ISBN-10: 111113488X
- complete course application, attach resume and relevant certifications
- send completed application and attachments in one PDF file to email@example.com
- application deadline is November 18, 2016. Only complete applications will be processed
Online (Blackboard) Course Completion Requirements – 24-32 hours
- attendees are required to successfully complete the online portion of this course
- minimum passing score on the pre-course evaluation score is 80%
- participants will receive pre-course evaluation information by November 21, 2016
- complete written pre-course evaluation as directed
- deadline to submit pre-course written evaluation is December 31, 2016
- pre-course evaluations will be graded and returned to the applicant by January 15, 2017
Onsite Course Completion Requirements – 8 hours
- applicants are required to be present for all components of this course
- applicants are required to actively participate in all learning activities
As always, feel free to contact Tim Weir via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 608-266-0995 with any questions.
Disability Access: It is the policy of the Wisconsin Technical College System Board to provide reasonable accommodations to access or participate in its programs and/or activities. Persons who wish to request assistance or reasonable accommodation(s) for the above activity should call the meeting contact or call the Wisconsin Relay System at 711.