To be a teacher, in any form, is a calling. And for skilled, compassionate individuals who want to use their knowledge in emergency medical services to equip others to provide essential, effective medical care, few callings are higher. Those are the types of individuals for whom MAESAH’s Emergency Medical Services Instructor Program is designed to reach. Through this program, you’ll gain the perspective, skills, and certification to become an EMS instructor and guide others who are looking to gain entry into the field as emergency medical technicians.
The EMS Instructor/Coordinator program is designed to prepare EMS Providers to become EMS Instructors. In addition to the teaching aspect they are also prepared on the proper documentation and management of an EMS education program.
The EMS Instructor/Coordinator is responsible for EMS program development, evaluation and coordination of didactic and clinical experience curricular elements, and assisting in the selection and evaluation of instructors. Successful completion of the instructor program prepares participants to practice responsibly as an entry-level EMS instructor. The entry-level EMS educator engages in learner-centered, outcome-based practices articulated by the curriculum. Successful completion of the curriculum program provides the opportunity for building and developing teaching skills on a solid foundation that will lead to higher levels of instructional and administrative expertise.
Upcoming Instructor/Coordinator Course
New Boston Campus
Fridays (9am – 3:30pm) April 21, 2017 to November 3, 2017 (Classroom Ends September 29, 2017)