Emergency Medical Responder (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

The Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course prepares the student to provide prehospital assessment and care for patients of all ages with a variety of medical conditions and traumatic injuries. The satisfactory completion of this course prepares the candidate to test for certification at the EMR level with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). The EMR certification is required in order to apply for licensure as a State of New Hampshire Emergency Medical Responder. Cost To Student: There is no cost for this program as it is 100% grant-funded. This includes all textbook, audiobook, quizzes, online lectures, skills sessions, and study materials as well as the State BLS Psychomotor Exam. Prerequisites: Current BLS CPR for Health Care Providers must remain current through testing. All students must complete ICS 100, NIMS 700, AWR 160 and Hazardous Materials Awareness before the completion of this course. Previous certifications (version A or later) will be accepted.

Fire and Emergency Services Instructor I (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

This program provides the aspiring fire and emergency services instructor with basic knowledge to prepare and deliver modern training programs. This course is a hybrid class; meaning the course is comprised of both in-class, and online assignments and lectures. Regular internet access is required to be able to complete the online component of this course. After completing the course the student will have met the sections for Fire Instructor I in the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1041, 2012 edition, professional qualifications standard. Students who successfully complete the certification process will be ProBoard Certified as Instructor I.

Fire Investigator (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

Class Dates: Aug 2022 25 Sep 2022 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 Oct 2022 20, 27 Nov 2022 03 Cost Affiliated: $545.00 Unaffiliated: $2260.00

Fire Officer II 1021.2014 (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

This course consists of four 3-hour instructor led virtual classes (0900-1200) and one 8 hour in-person class (0800-1630). The in-person class will be in Concord on either November 3rd or November 4th. Virtual Days 29 Sep 6 Oct 13 Oct 20 Oct No Class 27 Oct In-Person Class to be either 3 Nov or 4 Nov

Crew Resource Management and High Reliability Organization (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

The program will discuss two aspects of field operations, crew resources management and high reliability organization. At the end of this program participants will be able to: CRM: Explain the need for crew resource management. Describe the four principles of crew resource management used in military flight programs. Describe the interaction between the four principles and give examples of their use. HRO/Culture of Safety: Describe the operational conditions in which high-reliability organizing (HRO applies. Describe the principles of HRO. Describe how HRO manages risk to reduce or eliminate adverse effects.

Introduction to Prehospital Ultrasound for Paramedics (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

Prehospital ultrasound is an emerging technology growing in popularity nationwide. Ultrasound is a useful tool that can aid in paramedic patient assessment and medical decision making. This program includes an introduction to ultrasound technology followed by didactic sessions, skills stations and scenarios led by emergency medicine physicians and advanced practice providers. You will practice performing goal directed, limited window lung, cardiac and eFAST ultrasound exams while learning how to interpret abnormal findings and apply these to patient care. This program does not certify you to begin practicing ultrasound in the field, but it does provide a free opportunity to learn about ultrasound technology and receive continuing education hours. Paramedic participation in this program will guide future ultrasound use statewide.

Compassionate Care: Responding to a Mental Health Crisis (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

In recent years, the number of behavioral and mental health emergencies in our communities has risen. Now, with the pandemic in full swing, children and adults alike are experiencing more stress, anxiety, and in some cases, more substance misuse. This class talks about the “Myths and Facts” about people with mental illness. This presentation will also discuss the different types of personality disorders and mental health conditions to better understand and respond to families in crisis, treat our patients with compassion and dignity and keep our responders safe.

Healing Through Trauma (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

This seminar will include presentations by responders and military personnel with lived-experience of trauma. Each presenter will tell their story of experiencing critical incident stress, post-traumatic stress and/or complex post-traumatic stress and, in some cases, substance or alcohol misuse. They will describe how they are now working toward healing, living a full life, and thriving. Speakers include: Tracy Eldridge Jennifer Fanning, Ph.D. Keith Hanks Stephen Holmes Brian Keyes Christy Lister Jules Scott

Endocrine Emergencies (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

Endocrine emergencies are often potentially life-threatening and can be challenging to address. This course explains the function of the endocrine system and the pathophysiology of endocrine disorders. We will also cover the main endocrine disorders encountered in the field, including thyroid and adrenal conditions. Type I, type II, and gestational diabetes will be addressed, including pathophysiology, common emergencies associated with diabetes, and prehospital treatment options. Objectives: The student will understand the function of the endocrine system and its role in homeostasis The student will understand the general pathophysiology of endocrine emergencies The student will be aware of hypothyroid emergencies and hyperthyroid emergencies and the symptomology observed The student will be aware of adrenal emergencies and the symptomology observed The student will understand the etiology and physiology of type I, type II, and gestational diabetes and the differences in emergencies observed The student will be familiar with the symptoms observed and appropriate prehospital care for common diabetic emergencies

Free

Fire Inspector I 1031.2014 (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

Class Dates: January: 10, 17, 24, 31 February: 7, 14, 21 March: 7 Written Exam: March 21

EMR (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

ICS300 Intermediate ICS (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

Building on the prerequisite ICS 100 and ICS 200 courses, this ICS 300 course focuses on the Incident Command System (ICS) for supervisors in expanding incidents. ICS 300 outlines how the NIMS Command and Coordination component supports the management of expanding incidents as well as describes the incident management processes as prescribed by ICS. This course has a threaded activity that will give students the opportunity to practice implementing the incident management process and creating an Incident Action Plan (IAP) for a simulated expanding incident.

Free

Autism Awareness for the First Responder (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH

This class is a three part PowerPoint presentation covering ways to identify someone with autism through common characteristics. We talk about the early years and diagnosis and where these individuals can end up as adults. We’ll discuss mandates reporting and some things that we might see on scene. And we end it with a more specific Fire/EMS portion. Objectives that will be met: Identify the person with autism in the field Learn ways to deescalate the situation Learn ways to make for a better experience for both the individual and the first responder

EMR (Concord)

Richard M. Flynn Training Facility 98 Smokey Bear Blvd, Concord, NH