Course tuition is due in full on the first day of class via PayPal, Cash, Check or Credit Card. Non refundable enrollment fee of 300.00 is Due by January 30th, 2024 Email Lisa Stone at email@example.com to submit tuition and down payments. Failure to secure payment will result in removal from the program.
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This class is a Hybrid format, spanning over 9 weeks, with specified days being seated in the classroom. There will be both virtual and seated classes.
The Instructor-Coordinator program at Sanilac Medical Services Inc, is designed to prepare EMS Providers to become EMS Instructors, prospective candidates must have held a Michigan EMS license and have been practicing at the current license level for no less than a full 3 years (36 month). In addition to the teaching component of the Instructor-Coordinator program, students are also prepared on the proper documentation and management of an EMS education program.
The entry-level EMS educator engages in learner-centered, outcome-based practices articulated by the curriculum. Successful completion of the Instructor-Coordinator program at Sanilac Medical Services Inc, provides the opportunity for building and developing teaching skills on a solid foundation that can lead to higher levels of instructional and administrative expertise.
Successful completion of the Instructor-Coordinator program is designed to prepare participants to practice responsibly as an entry-level EMS instructor, once licensed.
EMS Instructor-Coordinator Training
The goal of the Instructor-Coordinator training offered at Sanilac Medical Services Inc, is to prepare competent students to instruct and evaluate EMS providers in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains.
This program fulfills the initial training for the EMS Instructor-Coordinator, adhering to the MDHHS Instructor-Coordinator guidelines, and NHTSA National Education Standards.
Topics covered in the Instructor-Coordinator training program include:
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Administrative Issues
- Legal Issues in EMS Education
- The Learning Environment
- Learning Styles
- Lesson Plans
- Presentation Skills
- Evaluation Techniques
- Facilitation Techniques
- Communication and Feedback
- Teaching Thinking Skills
- Teaching Psychomotor Skills
- Cultural Awareness
- Teaching Resources
- Course Coordination in Michigan
- Supervised Student Teaching
- …and more!
EMS instructor-coordinators are required to obtain a license to work in the State of Michigan. This program exceeds the US DOT’s EMT-Basic National Standard Curriculum and is approved by the MDHHS.
This program fulfills the initial training for the instructor-coordinator following the NHTSA National Education Standards and instructor guidelines, consistent with employer expectations for the entry-level EMS provider. Sanilac Medical Services, Inc. has determined that its instructor-coordinator program curriculum is sufficient to fulfill educational requirements for licensure in the State of Michigan only. No educational determinations have been made for any other state, district or US territory in regard to licensure requirements.
In County cost; $775.00. TEXTBOOK and JB Learning access not included.
Out of Sanilac County cost: $1000.00. TEXTBOOK and JB Learning access not included.
Textbook: ISBN: 9781284301823.
Please follow these instructions for course enrollment.
Each student is required to purchase the education materials below on the JB Learning website, then claim your access code upon purchase of the materials. The course code for this class is D3CC46.
The mandatory JB Learning package can be found by following the link below: