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EMERGENCY SERVICES - EMT BASIC

CTE Emergency Medical Technician-Basic - AM


Maine EMS Emergency Medical Technician - Basic

Instructor

Billy Hawkes

EMT & Instructor Coordinator License

AHA BLS Instructor

Pediatric Emergency Assessment and Incident Command Structure 100, 200, and 700

873-0102, ext. 273

hawkes@mmtc.me

bhawkes@aos92.org

General Overview:

Emergency Medical Technician-Basic is a Maine EMS sanctioned certification/licensure program that prepares students to work in the Emergency Medical field as a licensed care provider through a combination of academic and physical skills standards.

Text:

Emergency Care - 11th Edition by Daniel Limmer

Readability Score: 11th grade

Student Expectations

Emergency Medical Technician - Basic

Goal: To prepare students for licensure and employment in the Emergency Medical Services field.

Cognitive/Behavioral Expectations:

  • Ability to think/work quickly, efficiently, and compassionately in (simulated) emergency situations

  • Ability to follow 5-10 step verbal or written directions to perform a work task.

  • For certification, students must complete and pass the TABE reading comprehension exam

  • Exhibit sufficient academic independence and discipline to be successful in a college-level course

  • Understand safety concepts

Applied (Psychomotor) Expectations:

  • Ability to perform physically demanding tasks (lift and carry up to 125 pounds, assist in moving patients, carry stretchers, etc)

  • Ability to demonstrate skills of assessment and treatment of patients

  • Work as an individual or a member of a team to accomplish assigned tasks in scenario-based simulations

  • Demonstrate safety concepts

  • Stamina to remain at work 2 hours

Student Certification Available:

  • EMT-B (course completion grants certification – students must complete the National Registry Examination in

order to become licensed to practice emergency medicine)

  • American Heart Association CPR

  • American Safety and Health Institute First-Aid

  • Hazardous Materials Operations

  • AVOC

  • GEMS

  • PEPP

  • LifeFlight Landing Zone Coordinator

Dual Enrollment Credit Available:

Eastern Maine Community College: five and a half credits EMS 123-Basic EMT

Integrated Credit Available:

Physical Education select sending schools


EMERGENCY SERVICES - FIREFIGHTING

CTE Firefighter - PM


Maine Fire Training & Education Firefighter I

Instructor

Billy Hawkes

EMT & Instructor Coordinator License

AHA BLS Instructor

Pediatric Emergency Assessment and Incident Command Structure 100, 200, and 700

873-0102, ext. 273

hawkes@mmtc.me

bhawkes@aos92.org

General Overview:

Firefighter I is a certification program sanctioned by MFT&E (Maine Fire Service Institute) that prepares students for a career in the fire service through a combination of academic and physical skills standards.

Text:

Fundamentals of Firefighter Skills Second Edition – Jones and Bartlett Publishers

Readability Score: 10th grade

Student Expectations Firefighter I

Goal: To prepare students for entry-level employment in the fire service.

Cognitive/Behavioral Expectations:

  • Ability to think/work quickly and efficiently in (simulated) emergency situations

  • Ability to follow 5-10 step verbal or written directions to perform a work task.

  • Understand safety concepts

  • Exhibit sufficient academic independence and discipline to be successful in an advanced-level course

Applied (Psychomotor) Expectations:

  • Ability to perform physically demanding tasks (lift and carry up to 125 pounds, rescue victims, carry ladders, etc)

  • Ability to work in closed/confined spaces with potentially limited visibility

  • Ability to climb ladders and work at considerable heights

  • Work as an individual or a member of a team to accomplish assigned tasks in scenario-based simulations

  • Demonstrate safety concepts

  • Stamina to remain at work 2 hours

Student Certification Available:

  • Firefighter I (course completion makes students eligible to take the Maine Fire Training & Education

Firefighter I end-test) * asthma may prevent a student from participating in live burn training

  • American Heart Association CPR

  • American Safety and Health Institute First-Aid

  • Hazardous Materials Operations

  • AVOC

  • LifeFlight Landing Zone Coordinator

Integrated Credit Available:

Physical Education select sending schools

Dual Enrollment Credit Available:

none