Fiske's Emergency Medical Training
In-Person at Central Mass EMS in Holden-Click here for flyer.
Medical Education for Patient Advocacy (MEPA) - Upton, MA
Offering NCCR, Continuing Education, CPR, ACLS, and more
Roberge EMS Training Associates
3 Steps Detect - Early Cancer Detection is an education program from DetecTogether (formerly 15-40 Connection) that is designed to teach first responders to detect cancer early. EMT’s experience high levels of stress, disruptive sleep schedules and exposure to carcinogens on the fire ground throughout their careers, all of which are proven to contribute to higher cancer morbidity and mortality. This free 45 minute in-person course teaches first responders how to baseline their own good health; recognize subtle health changes to their baseline that could be symptoms of cancer; and when and how to seek care from their health practitioner.
Schedule 3 Steps Detect to come to your department here. Or call 508-826-9442 for more information.
The National Registry permantly lifted any restrictions on distribuative learning in all three recertification categories. Course content must be applicable to the be used in the National (NCCR) category but any instruction method is acceptable.
It is the individuals responsiblity to ensure that the content of a class meets the requirements for recertification and has proper approval. All courses must have either OEMS or CAPCE (formerly CECBEMS) approval to count toward your training requirements for recertification. Contact the online provider. "Special credit" is typically reserved for college course work that is appropriate for an EMS Provider (ex: A&P). THis application must be submitted well in advance of your certification deadline.
|Central Mass EMS Learning Management System (LMS) MA state approved course|
|Boundtree Univeristy (CAPCE approved)|
Provide the completion certificate to your Training Officer as evidence of completion. Keep a copy of the completion certificate for your own records and remember to enter the credits into either the National Registry website or the massemt.org site depending on your status.
*The National Registry defines distributive education as an educational activity in which the learner, the instructor, and the educational materials are not all present in the same place at the same time.
The"National Incident Management System (NIMS) provides a consistent nationwide template to enable all government, private-sector, and nongovernmental organizations to work together during domestic incidents. Incident Command System (ICS) 100 and IS 700 are required for all EMTs. It is highly recommended that you also complete ICS 200 and IS 800. All of these classes are eligible for continuing education credit.
These courses can be taken online for free and are self-paced.
|ONLINE: Enroll on the FEMA website and create an account|
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