PSS EMR Brochure 2017-2018 - Tri-Rivers Career Center and · PDF file 2016. 10....
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Mission Statement We, the adult education staff, strive to work as an effective team. We are an integral part of education that links business/industry and agencies within our community. We provide lifelong, continuous learning for a diverse adult population enabling students to overcome barriers and to enhance the quality of life for themselves and their families. We utilize practical skills with an eye toward technological advancement.
Philosophy The overall goal of Tri-Rivers Joint Vocational School is to continue the task of the home schools in preparing their youth and adults to become economically, socially, emotionally, and physically competent adults as they assume family, job, and citizenship roles in our democratic society. This means that Tri-Rivers must not only prepare its youth and adults for useful and satisfying employment by providing technical knowledge and work skills necessary for employment, it must be involved in the development of the whole student.
Classes designed with the adult student in mind.
PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES ODPS Accreditation #329
Tri-‐Rivers Center for Adult Education
“Training today for a safer world tomorrow”
Tri-‐Rivers Career Center Adult Education
2222 Marion -‐ Mt. Gilead Road Phone: 740-‐389-‐4682 Fax: 740-‐389-‐4683 www.tririvers.com
EQUAL EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY It is the policy of Tri-Rivers Center for
Adult Education that educational programs and activities are provided without regard to race, color, national
origin, gender, disability, or age.
Tri-‐Rivers Career Center For Adult Education
Is a Full-‐Service Center Member of the Ohio Board of Regent’s
University System of Ohio.
We are the 1-‐year Option for Post-‐Secondary Vocational Training Leading to Nationally Recognized Certifications.
Our graduates are eligible to sit for National Registry Certification including
Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic
OPDS Certified Firefighting
Information contained within this brochure is subject to change. Please contact the school
for the latest program information.
For Program Specific Gainful Employment Disclosures please visit our website at:
Now providing for your Corporate Training Needs
including Emergency Medical
Responder & Fire Brigade
Please send me information about:
o EMT o Paramedic
Mail to: Tri-Rivers Center for Adult Education Attn: Emeline Kelly, DNP, MSN, ACNS-BC, RN Program Director 2222 Marion-Mt. Gilead Rd. Marion, Ohio 43302 Or drop off at 1563 Marion-Mt. Gilead Rd. Marion adjacent to MTC/behind Buffalo Wild Wings
PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES ODPS Accreditation #329
Emeline Kelly DNP, MSN, ACNS-BC,RN
Director of Public Safety Services
Approved for CT2 Credit
ODPS Accreditation #329
EMT-Emergency Medical Technician
This 170-hour program follows the U.S. D.O.T. and Ohio Division of EMS guidelines. Certification as an Ohio EMT is contingent upon successfully completing the course requirements and passing the National Registry Practical and Written Exam.
EMT CLASS – September 20, 2016
Tri-Rivers/Marion General Hospital School of Paramedicine Pre-Requisite Paramedic Prep Class – February 2017 Paramedic Class Starts in April 2017 – April 2018
This is a 900 plus hour program which includes 500 class/lab hours, and 400 minimum clinical hours. Learn how to provide emergency medical care for your community. This course is designed to offer Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) the opportunity to advance their skills with focused training in providing emergency care. Incorporated in the training are emergency care, professionalism, communication, as well as specific situational care including cardiac arrest, burns, injuries, rescue operations and trauma. Graduates of the program will be ready to take the National Registry of EMTs Paramedic Certification Exam.
Ask us how your training at Tri-Rivers can transfer into credits at colleges and universities throughout Ohio.
This 156-hour course consists of classroom and hands-on training covering all aspects of the job, including personal protective equipment, engine company operations, ladder
company operations, building constructions, fire behavior, fire prevention, sprinkler systems and communications. Upon completion of this course, individuals will be required to pass a state certification exam.
EMR-Emergency Medical Responder This 64-hour course follows the U.S. D.O.T. and Ohio Division of EMS guidelines. Certification as an Ohio EMR is contingent upon successfully completing the course requirements and passing the cognitive and psychomotor examinations.
Continuing Education We offer specialized continuing education training opportunities. Call information. (740) 389-4682 ext. 5514.