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## Available courses

Registration deadline along with a  minimum of $150.00 non-refundable deposit are due by November 01, 2016. The registration packet and minimum deposit are required to reserve a spot in the course. (This course requires a minimum of 8 students and is limited to 20 students) This EMT Course is designed to prepare you for a career in the field of pre-hospital patient care. Class will be held in in our class room every Monday from 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm and Thursday 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm one week, then Monday 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm the following week. Course will begin on November 07, 2016 and run through Saturday April 01, 2017. The course provides 196 hours of classroom time and 48 hours of clinical rotation (24 hours in EMS and 24 hours in Emergency Department). Upon successful completion of the program, students will be eligible to take the National Registry Exam for licensure in the State of Michigan. Students will be expected to wear uniforms while in class and on clinical rotations. The student is required to bring their book on the first day of class and it is not included in the cost. The books can be purchased online. Book being used for this course is: (Prehospital Emergency Care, 10/E, Joseph J. Mistovich, Keith J. Karren, Ph.D., Brigham Young University, Brent Hafen ISBN-10: 0133457974 • ISBN-13: 9780133457971) Prerequisites: • 18 years or older • High School diploma or GED • Valid Driver's License • No felony convictions • Negative TB test • Up-to-Date vaccinations • Physical Prerequisites due no later than November 01, 2016 ### Lifting and Moving Lifting and Moving ### Protocol Update: Refusal of Care Refusal of Care: Adult and Minor protocol review. ### Spinal Precautions and Spinal Assessment During 2016 SMS will have 1 lecture continuing education credit available online. These credits will be open for the entire year. Providers will be issued a chit automatically after they complete each month's CE. To complete the CE providers must review all the information and spend at least 50 minutes in reviewing the materials. When the 10 question quiz is completed with an 80% or better the certification chit will open with a unique certificate identification number. Providers should download the certificate, print, and file it some where safe for their records. ### Designer Drugs and Excited Delirium This course will be open from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016. The course is free. The Designer Drugs and Excited Delirium course covers designer street drugs and excited delirium. The current approved Excited Delirium Protocol for Sanilac county will be reviewed. In order to complete the course students must review all the materials and spend at least 100 minutes reviewing the material provided and complete a 10 question quiz. Students must score at least a 70% to receive a passing score on the quiz. ### CE Day October 22, 2016 Are you looking for Continuing Education credits? We will be hosting a Practical CE day for all level of EMS providers on Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. This will be held in our classroom at 171 Dawson Street, Sandusky MI. The entire day will be worth 8 practical CE's. Cost: Free to Sanilac County residents, the Millage dollars working for you!! Cost:$25.00 for Out-of-County residents, 100% of proceeds will go towards donation to the Sanilac County Fire Association (Smoke House Trailer for Training/Children Simulations).
Phone: 810-648-3092

CE's may be a combination of Lecture and Practical to be determined!

### Narcan / Naloxone for All Levels of EMS

This course is required for all level of EMS responders. Effective October 1, 2015 all levels of EMS providers in Sanilac County will be able to administer Narcan / Naloxone for suspected opiate overdoses.

### EMS Defensible Documentation

EMS defensible documentation Course

Explore how to complete your documentation in a way it can successfully be defended in court. In this course you will review  the common pitfalls of documentation.

Course Cost: Free

CE Credit: 2 hour Lecture credits in the Preparatory Category.

Requirements to complete the course and receive a certificate / chit.

110 minutes spent reviewing the materials

watch all three parts of the movie in there entirety

Review all three parts of the power point presentation

Complete a 20 question quiz with a 70% or higher.

### Albuterol administration In-service for EMT-B

This in-service is required for all EMT-B’s in Sanilac County. Albuterol administration was added to the EMT-B’s skill set in 2013. When student complete this course they are awarded 1 lecture CEU in the airway category.

To complete the course you must view the Power Point Presentation and complete the Quiz with a 80% or higher.

### 12 Lead and AMI Recognition course May 19, 2016

This eight hour course will be covering Interpreting 12 leads and recognition AMI along with current patient care protocols for Sanilac County.

Course will be taught by Scott Filkins, EMTP, IC

Cost: Free

Time: 9:00 am on the 20th of May.

Where SMS classroom

### Documentation Work Shop

When November 3, 2015 at 9:00 am

Where: SMS Class room 171 Dawson street. Sandusky, MI. 48471

Cost: Free

Limited to 20 students

### This work shop will include reviewing ePCRs and discussing the documentation. The course will  go over documentation practices and common errors seen during audits. Students will have to opportunity to review 10 different ePCRs. The work shop  will emphasize importance of the narrative. The importance of a well-written narrative on the PCR cannot be overemphasized. Often crews are frustrated because they believe they are being asked to simply duplicate in their narrative information already documented in checkboxes and drop-down lists elsewhere on the PCR. A well-written narrative will not simply duplicate information documented elsewhere. Instead it will paint in the details, and clearly describe why treatments provided were necessary.

Amy Schdmit-Herek will be instructing this course.

### Free Community CPR and First Aid November 19, 2016

Community CPR, AED, and First Aid course. This course is free to residents of Sanilac County. To register for the class please call (810) 648-3092

Sanilac County Residents cost: Free

# By Melissa AlexanderPub. Date: Sep 27, 2005 by Prentice Hall.ISBN-10: 0-13-119435-6ISBN-13: 978-0-13-119435-9

Prerequisites:
*Must be 18 years or older to apply for an IC license with MDHHS after the program completion.
*Must be a high school graduate or have a GED.
*Have a current Michigan EMS License with a minimum of 3 years experience working at your current licensure level with an EMS Agency.
*Must submit 2 letters of recommendation with 1 being from a licensed EMT I/C.

### Protocol Update 2016

MDHHS will be reviewing all the protocols this year. Additional protocols changes and additions can be found here.

### CPAP for EMT's 2013

This course is required for all EMT-B’s in Sanilac County. CPAP was added to the EMT-B's skill set in 2013. When student complete this course they are awarded 1 lecture CEU in the Airway category.