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40-HOUR ONLINE MISSOURI EMS INSTRUCTOR COURSE

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This is a self-paced, 16 week Online EMS Instructor Course, designed for the entry level EMS Instructor interested in teaching EMS Continuing Education or Initial Education. This course is based on the DOT/NHTSA 2002 National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors. This course meets the Missouri Health and Human Services, Bureau of EMS requirements for EMS instructors.

Students will have a maximum of 16 weeks to complete all of the modules of this Online EMS Instructor course. Students will learn how to create effective quizzes, and testing material, informative presentations and teaching skills for today’s adult learners. Students will be required to demonstrate satisfactory performance on all assignments, final project, and final exam. NO EXTENSIONS WILL BE GIVEN, NO EXCEPTIONS.

$50.00$250.00

Description

Goals of the course include:
  • To assist participants in achieving entry-level instructional skills based off of the DOT/NHTSA 2002 Guidelines for Educating the EMS Instructor.
  • To provide tools and resources to participants who want to instruct EMS curriculum.
  • To provide foundational information in the basic instructional process.
  • To provide opportunities for networking and interpersonal growth.
Course Length

Length of Course: 16 Weeks; NO EXTENSIONS WILL BE GIVEN, NO EXCEPTIONS.

Course Location:

Online except for the Final Presentation and Final Exam, which will be at Respond Right EMS Academy.

Course Completion:

Students will be required to complete assignments and quizzes in a timely manner.  Course completion will not be earned unless the student completes the Final Project and Final Exam.

Final Exam
  • 50 questions, multiple choice, exam based on content tested in module quizzes
Final Project
  • Prepare and deliver a (1) hour presentation for an EMT class. Students will be given a topic for their presentation.  Student will prepare and submit the following:
  1. lesson plan
  2. 50-minute presentation
  3. 10 question quiz based on your lecture/presentation
  4. 500-750 word critique of their presentation; based on feedback given from the class and Instructor as well as their own critique.
Course Prerequisites

Participants in the EMS Instructor program must be licensed EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic. Additionally, all participants must also be an instructor in at least one of the following disciplines: BLS, ACLS, PALS, PHTLS, or ITLS. Registered nurses and physicians with at least two years of clinical experience may also apply.

Textbook

“Instructional Methods for Public Safety” by: William D. McClincy.
ISBN# 978-0-7637-7608-4; Published by: Jones and Bartlett Learning

Additional information

Tuition and Registration

Registration Fee (Nonrefundable/nontransferable), Course Fee

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