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EMT
EMT Re Certification
Health Services Technician "A" School
Independent Duty Health Services Technician Course (IDHS)
USCG Training Quota Management Center

Medical Support Schools “A” School class convening dates

 

HEALTH SERVICES TECHNICIAN "A" SCHOOL

Course Code:

210090

Duration:

23 Weeks

How To Apply:

See "Special Info" section for directions

Prerequisites:

VE + MK + GS + AR = 207 W/ A MINIMUM AR OF 50

Special Info:

How to Apply: "A" School Applications must be sent to PSC-EPM-2. Applications may be sent via email, fax or message to PSC-EPM-2. ETRs are not recommended for "A" School Applications. EPM-2 POCs and amplifying information can be found on the monthly "A" School List.

Purpose

This performance based course provides lecture, laboratory demonstration, practical exercises, and clinical experiences in the areas of anatomy, medical administration, basic clinical laboratory procedures, asepsis and sterilization technique, preventive medicine, nursing skills, pharmacy, clinical sick call, wound repair, clinical services, leadership and management. The Management Information Systems are a vital part of the "A" School curriculum and include, the Composite Health Care System (CHCS), Provider Graphic User Interface (PGUI), and Medical Readiness Reporting System (MRRS). Currently included in the curriculum is the three week Coast Guard Emergency Medical Technician Basic Course.

Convening Dates


Medical Support Schools “C” School class convening dates

EMT CERTIFICATION

Course Code:

250240

Duration:

47 DAYS

How To Apply:

submit Electronic Training Request via Direct Access

Prerequisites:

NA

Special Info:

Submit ETR for desired session. In the ETR comments block, include the following information: District; Unit; express need for training; list possible alternative dates. It is imperative to include your District and Unit on all ETRs. For example: D17; ANT KODIAK; urgent request, only one other member at unit EMT qualified; ALT Dates: 01Jan05, 01Mar05.

Purpose

This course provides classroom instruction and practical experience for emergency medical care given to ill or injured persons. It is a 240 hour intensive, college level course. Students will be completing both written and practical examinations. Following successful completion of all USCG EMT School requirements, students will take the practical and cognitive examinations for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT).

Convening Dates

EMT RECERTIFICATION AND TRANSITION

Course Code:

250241

Duration:

3 DAYS

How To Apply:

Submit Electronic Training Request via Direct Access

Prerequisites:

Current NREMT-Basic and Current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers/CPR for the Professional Rescuer card

Special Info:

LOCATION: COGARD TRACEN PETALUMA CA SKEY: G021

Purpose

This course provides classroom instruction and practical experience for emergency medical care given to ill or injured persons. It is a 24 hour intensive, college level course. Students will be completing both written and practical examinations. Completion of this course satisfies the requirements of the NREMT for transition from EMT-Basic to the new EMT standard, as well as the core hours required for re-registration. Members are responsible for completion of 48 additional hours of continuing education to fulfill NREMT re-registration requirements.

Convening Dates


INDEPENDENT DUTY HEALTH SERVICES TECHNICIAN COURSE (IDHS)

Course Code:

501800

Duration:

14 Week

How To Apply:

submit Electronic Training Request via Direct Access

Prerequisites:

EMT Basic

Purpose

The INDEPENDENT DUTY HEALTH SERVICES TECHNICIAN (IDHS) "C" SCHOOL PROGRAM Includes graduates of Health Services Technician "A" School preparing for shipboard, MSST, or Shore-based independent duty assignments. IDHS Training includes: Emergency Medical Technician-Recertification (EMT-RECERT), limited advanced interventions, first responder/CPR Trainer certification, IDHS’S role in the unit training plan, health record maintenance, required IDHS logs, use of automated Data Management Systems, various reports, environmental and occupational health, risk management, physical disabliity evaluation system procedures, budget development and management, supply, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), food service and other sanitation inspections, water testing, pest management, battle dressing station readiness, preventive maintenance, medical and hazardous waste, HSWL IDHS QA and TSTA/CART Checklists, basic Tricare issues and effective networking with supporting Coast Guard and/or Department of Defense Medical Treatment Facilities. Additionally, IDHS students will review and practice clinical skills, including assessment, diagnosis and developing treatment plans. The clinical phase will include preview of Basic Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmaceutical interventions, and the critical link between the IDHS and their Designated Medical Officer Advisor (DMOA). Each facet of training is designed to equip IDHS students with the skills and judgment required to maximize the Health and Well being to their shipmates in an Afloat or Ashore assignment.

Convening Dates

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