Starting next year, a local high school will play a groundbreaking role in supporting emergency medical response initiatives. East High School becomes the first school in northern Illinois to have its own ambulance simulator. The simulator is a life-like ambulance lab in the classroom, allowing teachers to work in real life situations with students interested in emergency medical careers. Read More
Future paramedics studying at the Table Rock Campus of Ozarks Technical Community College are experiencing what it's like to work in a real-life emergency situation. An ambulance simulator is now part of the classroom at OTC. EMS students participate in realistic simulations of emergency scenes. Read More
Cascade FFA is participating in the Tennessee ATV Safety program, the only one of its kind. The top six counties in Tennessee ranked on the number of ATV accidents reported at Vanderbilt were invited to participate. The Cascade FFA and Bedford County 4-H are collaborating to promote ATV safety. Read More
A mock triage center comes to life as a paramedic student slips on a pair of virtual reality goggles and the mannequin in front of her begins to flail in pain. “Adam,” as he is affectionately known by some of the students, is an interactive medical mannequin. Read More
Doug Petch dispatched his students to a car accident last Thursday morning. "Seems to be a minor fender-bender, but the patient is complaining about some pain," he told them as they entered the paramedicine lab to find their fellow students sitting in chairs around the room. Read More
A college’s new ambulance simulator is giving EMS students an opportunity to train in real-life scenarios. Tyler Junior College’s EMS students now have the opportunity to replicate calls with the simulator that lets them train for any type of situation. Read More
GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, MI. (WPBN/WGTU) — Future EMTs and paramedics in northern Michigan have a new tool that will provide them with more training. Baker College of Cadillac has donated a full scale ambulance simulator to Munson Regional EMS Education. Read More
A new piece of high tech learning equipment recently arrived at Paradise High School. Action News Now reporter Rick Carhart shows us that this equipment is helping students get a head start on life in the real world. Read More
More than 750,000 people live in the Northwest Georgia region these days. And today, with the Baby Boomer generation beginning to look for extended health care, as well as a large number of industrial workers tackling hazardous jobs day in and day out here in the Tennessee Valley, the need for Emergency Medical Service specialists is greater than ever before. Read More
(WEAR) — EMT students at Northwest Florida State College have a new life-saving training tool. A $30,000 donation to the Emergency Medical Technician Training Program allowed the school to build a mock-up of an ambulance to train students. Read More
REEDS SPRING, Mo.-- If it looks like an ambulance, sounds like an ambulance, and works like an ambulance, it must be an ambulance, right? Wrong. It's actually EMT instructor Lacy Williams' ambulance simulating classroom. Read More
When school opens Aug. 28, Cummings Middle School will mark the beginning of a new era and open as a dual-purpose campus for Career and Technical Education and the new home of Brownsville Learning Academy alternative high school.
During the summer the Brownsville Independent School District is refurbishing and repurposing Cummings as a showcase campus for workforce readiness. Read More
El Paso Community College (EPCC) Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Paramedic students have a new tool for “real-life” training.
As part of a $123,000 grant from the Texas Association of Community Colleges– Texas Success Center, EPCC has installed a $40,000 state-of- the-art Ambulance Simulator in its classrooms at the Mission del Paso Campus. Read More
Students from the paramedic/EMS and practical nursing programs were among the first students to have class in the new health sciences building at the Arkansas Tech-Ozark campus. Read More
The value of a degree from a community college is very clear to Mountwest Community and Technical College graduate Courtney Cathers, of Huntington. Read More
Ambulance Simulators by Rescue Simulation Products are the best way for students and educators to observe students perform EMS tasks and protocols in a realistic environment!