Refreshes the knowledge/skills required for Advanced EMT (Intermediate Technician) re-licensure. A certificate of completion will be issued and verification of completion will be entered into the WI EMS e-licensing system. Students will receive an FVTC AEMT Refresher certificate. Current AHA BLS Provider CPR or equivalent and current Wisconsin/National Registry AEMT licensure required. This course includes renewal of AHA BLS Provider CPR and upon completion, students are emailed an American Heart Association BLS Provider CPR card with two-year certification.
Testing with an AHA Instructor (ACLS or PALS, based on the course). The cognitive portion of American Heart Association eLearning courses can be completed online or through another computer-based or electronic medium. After successful completion of the cognitive portion of the program, students will receive a Part 1 completion certificate to be presented to the instructor before proceeding with Parts 2 (practice) and 3 (testing). Students should come into their skills testing session prepared to perform skills.
Focuses on the instructional techniques, communication skills, analysis of psychomotor skills, evaluative techniques, skill demonstration and knowledge needed to be an American Heart Association BLS CPR instructor. Student must have current AHA BLS Provider CPR certification. Students are mailed an AHA BLS Instructor card with two-year certification after being successfully monitored teaching an AHA BLS Provider CPR course.
Teaches and evaluates two-rescuer CPR, one-rescuer CPR, obstructed airway technique for the adult/child/infant, adult/child Automated External Defibrillator (AED), pocket mask and Bag Valve mask. Students receive an American Heart Association Healthcare CPR card with two-year certification.
Testing with an AHA Instructor (Heartsaver or BLS, based on the course). The cognitive portion of eLearning courses can be completed online or through another computer-based or electronic medium. After successful completion of the cognitive portion of the program, students will receive a Part 1 completion certificate to be presented to the instructor before proceeding with Parts 2 (practice) and 3 (testing). Students should come into their skills testing session prepared to perform skills.
Teaches CPR/AED for adult/child/infant, rescue breathing for adult/child/infant, relief of choking for adult/child/infant. Upon completion, students are emailed an American Heart Association CPR e-Card with two-year certification.
Individuals who qualify for “Advanced Standing” may bypass completing the Airport Firefighter course and directly test for Airport Fire Fighter (IFSAC). Individuals granted advanced standing will be allowed a one-time challenge of both the written and practical examinations for Airport Fire Fighter (IFSAC).
Covers rules and regulations, airport certification, aircraft and airport familiarization, ARFF safety, ARFF apparatus, PPE, rescue and firefighting procedures, tactical operations, hazardous materials, incident command, airfield communications, extinguishing agents, ARFF tools and equipment, and airport emergency plans to meet NFPA 1003 standards for a Professional Airport Firefighter and FAR 139 requirements.
Introduces alternative photographic methods for recovering evidence through the use of visible light, tunable ALS and monochromatic alternative light sources, which will include the ultraviolet and infrared wavelengths. Emphasis will be placed upon non visible sources of evidence that may be visible, barely visible or imperceptible without the aid of an alternative lighting method. The use of contrast enhancement techniques will also be presented for photographing faint and near visible injuries. These methods will provide the investigator various choices to visualize injuries common in child abuse, domestic violence, strangulation and other types of assaults. Use of alternative lights sources for visualizing biological fluids and other forms of physical evidence will also be presented. Protocols for documenting injuries and preserving probative evidence will be discussed. Introduction to various equipment available will be provided to help in determining future purchases that may be implemented in evidence processing and collection.
This course provides a foundational knowledge of the safe operation of an ambulance vehicle. The course includes instruction and practical skills application for driving an emergency vehicle.