Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Fire & EMS Leaders (Concord)

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

An interactive info session on how fire and EMS leaders can prevent harassment and discrimination in the workplace. As more women join the fire and EMS workforce, leaders need to be aware of any accommodations (properly fitted gear, firehouse living arrangements and maternity leave) required of them to provide. Leaders are encouraged to bring with them any questions they want answers to and to be ready to discuss how the fire service has changed.

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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

Endocrine Emergencies

Virtual Event Virtual Event

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

Crisis Standards of Care (Concord)

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

While the development of crisis standards of care (CSC) has been discussed at the national and state levels over the last several decades, the dissemination of that information has not totally reached EMS providers at the local level. At the end of this class participants will be able to: • Define crisis standards of care • Describe the ethical debate around CSC • Become familiar with the State of New Hampshire CSC guidelines

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NCCP – ARV (Concord)

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

Four continuing education hours covering ventilation, capnography, oxygenation.

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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

Responding to a Domestic Abuse Call (Concord)

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

Responding to a Domestic Abuse Call: An in-depth look at what happened before you arrived and what to look out for once you get there. Domestic abuse is one of the most complicated and even dangerous calls for first responders. To help you prepare for these calls we are going to pull back the curtain on this form of private violence to better understand the agenda and tactics of the abuser and the reactions and decision making of the victim. Along the way we will answer questions such as: "Why do some victims with no visible injuries die a month later?"; "Why is it that sometimes the only person with injuries is the perpetrator?" and "Why is the victim more likely to die if the perpetrator threatens suicide rather than homicide?"

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Firefighter I (Bethlehem)

Raymond S. Burton Training Facility 80 Ray Burton Drive, Bethlehem, New Hampshire

Course is Mondays and Wednesdays with frequent weekend classes.  Class location is split between Raymond S. Burton Training Facility in Bethlehem and the Lancaster Fire Department.

Mobile Intergrated Healthcare Provider (Concord)

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

The MIH-P continuing education program consists of classes developed to equip experienced EMS providers with the skills they need to succeed in a mobile intergrated healthcare program. Program topics include high-risk patient populations, available community resources, chronic disease management, pathophysiology of disease, and basic lab techniques and tests. Significant clinical experience is required to enroll in a MIH-P program. This initial rollout of the MIH-P continuing education program is intended to provide an initial cadre of EMS providers with entry-level knowledge and skills and to prepare them for advanced didactic and practical training once active with an MIH program. This initial rollout is not intended to support any one particular program or program type. Nor is it intended to lead to any one particular certification or credential. This MIH-P program is based upon two core concepts. 1. Transitioning from EMS Provider to MIH Provider. This concept introduces students to the role and responsibilities of MIH-Ps. Students will learn how to provide continuous, high-quality patient care as a member of a health care team. They will learn how the EMS Provider’s scope of practice complements the expanded role of the MIH-P. Instructors will prepare students to build long-term therapeutic relationships with patients and sharpen their critical thinking skills. 2. Transitioning from Emergent to Preventive Care. The goal of this concept is to train students to adapt and expand the emergent care patient assessment process to an acute care patient; how to implement a patient’s plan of care; and how to work within a health care team to provide long-term preventive patient care. Students will learn about the role of the MIH-P in assisting with preventive care for the entire community, including immunizations. Clinical Training. As the MIH programs currently operating here in New Hampshire have a variety of focuses this MIH-P program does not encompass a significant practical clinical component. It is instead intended to prepare students for day 1 success in MIH Program specific training provided by each individual MIH program.

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Crisis Standards of Care

Virtual
Virtual Event Virtual Event

While the development of crisis standards of care (CSC) has been discussed at the national and state levels over the last several decades, the dissemination of that information has not totally reached EMS providers at the local level. At the end of this class participants will be able to: • Define crisis standards of care • Describe the ethical debate around CSC • Become familiar with the State of New Hampshire CSC guidelines

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Fire Officer I 1021.2020 (Epping)

Epping Fire Department 37 Pleasant Street, Epping, New Hampshire

In-Person class days: January 21, 28 February 18, 25 Virtual class days: February 4, 11

Mobile Intergrated Healthcare Provider (Bethlehem)

Raymond S. Burton Training Facility 80 Ray Burton Drive, Bethlehem, New Hampshire

The MIH-P continuing education program consists of classes developed to equip experienced EMS providers with the skills they need to succeed in a mobile intergrated healthcare program. Program topics include high-risk patient populations, available community resources, chronic disease management, pathophysiology of disease, and basic lab techniques and tests. Significant clinical experience is required to enroll in a MIH-P program. This initial rollout of the MIH-P continuing education program is intended to provide an initial cadre of EMS providers with entry-level knowledge and skills and to prepare them for advanced didactic and practical training once active with an MIH program. This initial rollout is not intended to support any one particular program or program type. Nor is it intended to lead to any one particular certification or credential. This MIH-P program is based upon two core concepts. 1. Transitioning from EMS Provider to MIH Provider. This concept introduces students to the role and responsibilities of MIH-Ps. Students will learn how to provide continuous, high-quality patient care as a member of a health care team. They will learn how the EMS Provider’s scope of practice complements the expanded role of the MIH-P. Instructors will prepare students to build long-term therapeutic relationships with patients and sharpen their critical thinking skills. 2. Transitioning from Emergent to Preventive Care. The goal of this concept is to train students to adapt and expand the emergent care patient assessment process to an acute care patient; how to implement a patient’s plan of care; and how to work within a health care team to provide long-term preventive patient care. Students will learn about the role of the MIH-P in assisting with preventive care for the entire community, including immunizations. Clinical Training. As the MIH programs currently operating here in New Hampshire have a variety of focuses this MIH-P program does not encompass a significant practical clinical component. It is instead intended to prepare students for day 1 success in MIH Program specific training provided by each individual MIH program.

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Firefighter I (East Kingston)

East Kingston Fire Department 5 Main St., East Kingston, NH

The following communities are part of the Seacoast Chief Fire Officers Mutual Aid and will be able to submit general admission applications prior to December 19, 2022: Atkinson, Barrington, Brentwood, Deerfield, Dover, Durham, East Kingston, Epping, Exeter, Farmington, Fremont, Greenland, Hampton, Hampton Falls, Kensington, Kingston, Lee, Madbury, Milton, New Castle, Newfields, Newington, Newmarket, Newton, North Hampton, Nottingham, Pease Air National Guard Base, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Rochester, Rollinsford, Rye, Seabrook, Seabrook Station, Somersworth, South Hampton and Stratham. Registration for all others will be accepted on December 19, 2022 if there is still availability.

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.

Managing Hypothermia and the Near Drowning Patient (Concord)

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

This module will focus on our management of patients in varying states of hypothermia, specifically managing the hypothermic patient and identifying what tools we have access to for assessment and treatment. As water rescues also may involve hypothermia management, this course will also cover water safety and how to manage the near drowning patient. Learning Objectives: - How to assess and handle hypothermia in the prehospital setting. - How does hypothermia affect us? - What assessment tools should be implemented on the ambulance for the hypothermic individual? - What steps should be taken to stabilize the hypothermic pt? - Identify the safety risks associated with the near-drowning pt? - What are the different phases of drowning? - What changes between a cold water immersion vs cold water submersion?

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AEMT Initial Course (Tamworth)

Action EMS NH 506 Plains Rd Tamworth NH., Tamworth, New Hampshire

This course will be a hybrid program with all didactic online via goto meeting and in person practical sessions. this course will include AHA CPR and AHA PEARS and AHA ACLS. course cost will be $1800.00 and will be utilizing the AAOS Premier edition platform. for more information please email kromano@firetechtraining.com

AEMT Initial Course

Portsmouth Fire Station #2 New Hampshire

Managing Hypothermia and the Near Drowning Patient

Virtual Event Virtual Event

This module will focus on our management of patients in varying states of hypothermia, specifically managing the hypothermic patient and identifying what tools we have access to for assessment and treatment. As water rescues also may involve hypothermia management, this course will also cover water safety and how to manage the near drowning patient. Learning Objectives: - How to assess and handle hypothermia in the prehospital setting. - How does hypothermia affect us? - What assessment tools should be implemented on the ambulance for the hypothermic individual? - What steps should be taken to stabilize the hypothermic pt? - Identify the safety risks associated with the near-drowning pt? - What are the different phases of drowning? - What changes between a cold water immersion vs cold water submersion?

Free

NCCP – ARV and Cardiology (Bethlehem)

Raymond S. Burton Training Facility 80 Ray Burton Drive, Bethlehem, New Hampshire

Six hours of continuing education covering NCCP sub topics under ARV and Cardiology.

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NCCP – Cardiovascular (Concord)

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

Four hours of continuing education covering NCCP Cardiology sub topics.

Fire Inspector I (Bethlehem)

Raymond S. Burton Training Facility 80 Ray Burton Drive, Bethlehem, New Hampshire

The following dates of the actual class dates April 1, 2, 8, and 9 2023 May 6 and 7, 2023 May 8 thru May 15 2023 Conduct Inspections with Local Inspector

Physiology, Pathology, and Bloodless Medicine (Concord)

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

Blood, literally the life of living organisms, is fascinating. In this presentation we will look at 3 topics. First, we will examine the Physiology of blood and its main components. Second, we will review common Pathology and diseases that involve blood. Last, we will consider an emerging trend, Bloodless Medicine. We will consider case studies of this emerging trend and some of the outcomes. Learning Objectives: 1. Identify the 4 main components of blood 2. Understand the functions of the 4 main components 3. Identify common pathology of blood disorders and diseases 4. Understand alternatives of bloodless treatment 5. Understand resources that are available for the treatment of certain patients

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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

Emergency Services Continuing Education Physiology, Pathology, and Bloodless Medicine

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Blood, literally the life of living organisms, is fascinating. In this presentation we will look at 3 topics. First, we will examine the Physiology of blood and its main components. Second, we will review common Pathology and diseases that involve blood. Last, we will consider an emerging trend, Bloodless Medicine. We will consider case studies of this emerging trend and some of the outcomes. Learning Objectives: 1. Identify the 4 main components of blood 2. Understand the functions of the 4 main components 3. Identify common pathology of blood disorders and diseases 4. Understand alternatives of bloodless treatment 5. Understand resources that are available for the treatment of certain patients

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The Medical Marijuana Debate – Cutting Through the Smoke (Concord)

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

This class is designed to update the healthcare provider on the current state of the Medical Marijuana debate as it stands in 2023. We will discuss how we got to this point and what is the current research status of utilizing marijuana for medical purposes. There will be a focus on the New England States with regard to State regulations and practice standards. Objectives: Explain the history of Marijuana in the United States Describe the legal implications as it relates to the federal vs. State Government Differentiate between legalization & decriminalization Summarize the current situation as it relates to Medical Marijuana and the Healthcare Profession will include a New England State review

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Paramedic (Manchester)

New England EMS Institute 1050 Holt Ave, Manchester, NH

The Medical Marijuana Debate – Cutting Through the Smoke

Virtual
Virtual Event Virtual Event

This class is designed to update the healthcare provider on the current state of the Medical Marijuana debate as it stands in 2023. We will discuss how we got to this point and what is the current research status of utilizing marijuana for medical purposes. There will be a focus on the New England States with regard to State regulations and practice standards. Objectives: Explain the history of Marijuana in the United States Describe the legal implications as it relates to the federal vs. State Government Differentiate between legalization & decriminalization Summarize the current situation as it relates to Medical Marijuana and the Healthcare Profession will include a New England State review

Free