Basics of an Emergency Medical Technicians’ advanced first aid skills needed by Commercial divers including advanced first aid: bandaging, splinting, and spinal immobilization techniques, and proper methods of moving and transporting the injured and ill. Trauma, psychiatric emergencies, and emergencies are also covered, as well as all skills required by California title 22 and county expanded scope of practice. Students will perform ambulance ride along for clinical observations. Courses 1081 and 1082 are designed to prepare student for the EMT National Registry Exam.
- Demonstrate proficiency at all skills required by California title 22 scope of practice and national registry for emergency medical technician I (EMT-1).
- Determine the need for and apply proper spinal immobilization, splints, bandages, and hemorrhage control methods.
- Render assessment and basic care for people of various ages.
Clothing and watch: Proper EMT clothing that can be worn for ambulance ride along. A personal watch with second hand for timing events and vitals.
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