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Orlando Alcordo discusses ambulance decontamination procedures. This course qualifies EVOC trainers to conduct the National Standard Curriculum. In cooperation with Smith Ambulance
About the Course
The course will qualify instructors to present the classroom portion of the training and provide an orientation to the practical driving exercises. Each participant will act as a student and coach for ambulance driving exercises.
Participants will make a presentation on one of the lessons and be evaluated. Each presentation will be videotaped and the participant given a copy of the videotape. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion. Participants will receive a paper version of the EVOC Instructor Guide, a CD-ROM that contains the Instructor Guide, Participant Manual and PowerPoint visuals, a copy of the Federal Specification for the Star-Of-Life Ambulance and a listing of other references that are available from the federal government. Each participant will practice editing the CD-ROM Instructor Guide to include local and state rules and regulations. The edited version can be printed and reproduced to meet organizational training needs.
The Course Director, Billy Rutherford, was the technical manager and US DOT liaison for the development of the National Standard Curriculum. Billy has conducted numerous T3 courses. He has managed the development of over 400 hours of pre-hospital care multimedia and Internet training. Jeff Leonard is an EMT-P with over 20 years experience in EVOC training and high performance EMS management. The cost for each participant including all course materials is $575.00. Interested individuals and organizations may contact AITS at 703.440.0914, Fax: 703.440.9005 and email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information and applications to attend are located at www.aitstraining.com. Payment may be made by check or Visa. The course is limited to 16 participants.Here are some of the area locations and organizations that have attended the Train the Trainer (T3) Courses: Phoenix Fire Department; Tucson Fire Department; Austin, Texas EMS; Phoenix College; Rural Metro/Southwest Ambulance, PMT Ambulance, Tempe; The Fire District of Sun City West; River Medical; Sierra Vista Fire Department; St. Johns Emergency Services; Lifeline Ambulance, Prescott, AZ; Ton to Basin Fire District and Sun Lakes Fire Department,
Since 1994, AITS personnel have been conducting the T3 courses throughout the US.
The cost for conducting the Train-the-Trainer Course will vary based on the number of participants and the course locations. For further information, or a list of satisfied customers, please contact AITS by calling (703) 440-0914 or e-mailing Info@aitsTraining.com.