Are you interested in becoming a Level I EMS Educator in North Carolina? The first step in obtaining your Level I NCEMS Instructor is to complete an approved EMS Methodology course.
Using the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors (2002) as the conceptual framework, this course is designed to provide clinically competent individuals with the knowledge, resources, and skills to effectively deliver quality EMS education. With a focus on instructional preparation, presentation, and evaluation, this course will present educational concepts, practices, and resources across a range of educational topics including distance education.
Total number of hours: 65 hours
- Roles & Responsibilities
- The Learning Environment
- Learning Styles
- Domains of Learning
- Goals & Objectives
- Presentation Skills
- Evaluation Techniques
- Teaching Psychomotor Skills
- Affective I Cognitive Domains
- Cultural Awareness
We try to limit individual lessons to 1 hour or less so you can fit them into your already busy and unpredictable schedule.
Start and Stop as Necessary!
If you start a lesson and have to quit because that little voice in the black box tells you to go somewhere, or for any other reason, you can pick up where you left off when you get back to the station or the next time you login from a different location, like when you are posted on your next stand-by and have some extra time to kill.
Get Your Course for Free*!
*We offer classes through North Carolina Community Colleges allowing you to take advantage of the tuition fee waiver benefits offered to certain North Carolina providers. If you fall under the fee waivers provided by § 115D-5, we encourage you to take our course through one of our NC Community College partners by searching our course calendar below.
We encourage you to find the option that best fits your schedule and budget.
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On-Demand Courses DO NOT qualify for fee-waivers. Fee waivers are only available through one of our NC Community College partners.