Student recruitment for Management of Emergency Medical Services

01/15/2008
The United States Fire Administration (USFA), Department of Homeland Security, is conducting a pilot class at the National Emergency Training Center (NETC) in Emmitsburg, Maryland, for its newly revised 2-week course, P150 - Management of Emergency Medical Services (MEMS). The purpose of a pilot class is to assure that the materials are appropriate and accurate prior to replacing the old course in the normal course rotation. Students will be asked to provide feedback and comments on the course throughout its delivery. Students will receive a National Fire Academy course completion certificate.The pilot class is scheduled to be delivered June 9-20, 2008 with students to arrive Sunday, June...

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