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Training Opportunities

Training Opportunities

Training Opportunities in the North State

Local Provider Agencies Training for CEUs

Nor-Cal EMS provides this web page as a service to our local EMS provider agencies to highlight special training and education opportunities they provide in our community. We appreciate the work and effort they put into the development of the training modules. Please click on a headline to obtain more information about each offering.

Emergency Medical Technician Program

Emergency Medical Technician Program is an intensive course designed to assist the student in developing the ability to recognize the symptoms of illness and injuries and apply proper skills and procedures to administer emergency care in the prehospital setting. Upon successful completion of the course, including didactic learning, clinical learning and internship, the student must make application through NREMT, the State of California and Nor-Cal EMS before becoming a practicing EMT.

January 22 - May 21, 2018 *
Enrollment Deadline: January 15, 2018
Course Schedule *(SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
Monday, Thursday, & *Saturdays (*3 - TBA )

  • Mondays - 1700-2100
  • Thursdays - 1700-2100
  • Saturdays - 1700-2100

Class Size Min. / Max: 10/20

Trinity County Life Support
Training Room
610 Washington Street
Weaverville, CA 96093

Click HERE for the flyer and registration information.

Trauma Symposium: A New Generation of Trauma - January 26, 2018

The 2018 Trauma Symposium is a one-day conference for providers of trauma care. The Symposium is an educational opportunity designed to emphasize the latest techniques in trauma care and emergency medicine, as well as the team approach to caring for injured patients.

Educational Objectives:

At the conclusion of this conference, attendees should be able to:

  1. Apply advances to minimize or prevent complications in the trauma patient.
  2. Discuss the ethical dilemmas of trauma in relation to the patient and their families.
  3. Identify the most up-to-date information on new techniques and guidelines.
  4. Evaluate and discuss lessons learned and the issues and challenges of pre-hospital and hospital trauma.
  5. Describe emerging trends and treatment of the trauma patient.
  6. Evaluate lessons learned in providing quality trauma care in the practice setting.
  7. Discuss how to respond to unique situations and mass violence.
  8. Discuss cultural and linguistic disparities that might be associated with these topics.

Questions - please contact Crystal Walsh at crystal.walsh2@dignityhealth.org or Tiffany Bass at tiffany.bass@dignityhealth.org or phone 530-225-7242. Click HERE for the flyer with complete information.

CE - Continuing Education
CEUs - Continuing Education Units
1 CE or CEU is equivalent to 1 hour or 1 contact hour of continuing education.