School of Emergency Medical Technology
Instructor Coordinator Program And Refresher
The EMS Instructor/Coordinator
Program will provide students with a knowledge base and understanding
to effectively develop, manage and instruct the appropriate levels
of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) primary and continuing education
The program will provide extensive training to plan, prepare, conduct
and evaluate EMS programs. We will provide guidance for complying
with state regulations, required paperwork, and licensing requirements
for the State of Michigan.
the Program will include:
* Tony L. Sorensen, EMT-P, I/C CCEMT-P
* James Loeper, EMT-P, I/C
* Dennis Karuzas, EMT-P, I/C
of Emergency Medical Technology is an equal opportunity institution
and does not discriminate with regard to race, color, religion,
sex, age or national origin. We participate with the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1992 and will provide accommodations with accordance
of the law.
To be accepted into the program, the student must comply with the
currently licensed as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B),
Emergency Medical Technician Specialist (EMT-S), or Emergency
Medical Technician Paramedic (EMT-P) in the State of Michigan.
at least three (3) years of documented (DHS-EMS-003, 5/04) field
experience at no less than the EMT-B level.
an endorsement from at least two licensed EMS Instructor Coordinators
who have coordinated educational programs for EMS personnel.
the American Heart Association or American Red Cross Basic Cardiac
Life Support for Health Care Providers Instructor certificate.
Form (Print and send in)
and Friday classes from 6 PM – 10 PM (EST)
· Saturday and Sunday classes run from 9 AM – 5 PM
* Students must attend all classes in order to obtain a certificate
* All classes will be
held at Marquette General Health System Conference Center
* Continuing Education
credits are available.