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  • 10/21/2021 2:49 PM | Aaron Pressel (Administrator)

    Livingston County EMS
    Instructor Coordinator Hybrid Course
    Winter 2022

    This hybrid course is designed for persons interested in becoming an EMS Instructor Coordinator.

    In this 18-week course, students will learn public speaking skills, demonstrative skills, teaching methods, and current practices in the education of adult learners according to current EMS industry standards. Upon successful completion of this course in addition to 30 hours of student teaching, students will be eligible for the state licensing exam.

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  • 04/08/2021 6:49 PM | Aaron Pressel (Administrator)

    Life EMS

    SUMMARY: Assist the Director of Education Centre and other Education Coordinators in the implementation and instruction of EMS programs by Life EMS. Assist with the implementation and maintenance of accreditation for Life EMS in the MFR, EMT, Paramedic and Instructor Coordinator program levels. Implement other training programs and education including but not limited to continuing education and cardiac, pediatric and trauma courses.

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  • 02/23/2021 4:56 PM | Aaron Pressel (Administrator)

    Mobile Medical Response, Inc. is accepting applications for the position of EMS Program Director.

    Click Here to Visit the MMR Website

  • 02/04/2021 1:59 PM | Aaron Pressel (Administrator)
    Continuing Education offered by the Department
    The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of EMS, Trauma, and Preparedness (BETP), have made available education modules to EMS personnel.
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  • 01/31/2021 1:48 PM | Aaron Pressel (Administrator)

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    Fellow Instructor Coordinators,

    • The EMSCC has approved a virtual format for the Special Considerations: Pediatric Medication Administration required practical CE.  See the attached Memorandum, lesson plan, and copy of sample scenarios attached to this email.  This lesson plan must be followed if utilizing the virtual option for this class.
    • As promised, our Education elements are moving to the elicensing portal.  We will begin with the Application to Conduct CE Topic, and this will “Go Live” on February 1, 2021.  There are several opportunities to attend a live virtual training session next week.  Please see the attached flyer for registration and times (instructions for registration also attached).  The current “202” application will be removed from our website on February 1, 2021, and we will no longer accept these applications after January 31, 2021
    • This Thursday, our Paramedic Program Directors are hosting a conference with some fantastic information and headline speakers.  This was posted in last weeks Wednesday Update, but I am sharing with you here, as well.  There is still time to register for this free event (Instructions attached).
    • We have updated the Attendance Roster for Continuing Education classes.  This includes a check box for in-person classes and virtual classes.  This will be posted on our website, and this updated version must be used for all future CE classes.

    As we begin this new year, EMS education is moving forward in Michigan.  Be safe and stay well.


    Terrie S. Godde, M.Ed., CCP, EMS IC
    EMS Education Coordinator
    Bureau of EMS, Trauma & Preparedness
    Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
    Office: 517-335-1825
    Cell: 517-388-5232
    Email: GoddeT@michigan.gov

  • 12/06/2020 11:52 AM | Aaron Pressel (Administrator)

    The trajectory of COVID-19 infection has continued in the wrong direction week after week.  With no clear change in course for the near future, the board has made the difficult decision to cancel the 84th SMEMSIC Professional Development Conference.

    The pandemic has stressed our organizations in ways few of us could have predicted.  Instructor/coordinators are often leaned upon to identify problems and offer solutions.  Your role impacts our providers’ approach to the stressful prehospital work environment.  Thank you for your commitment to keeping EMS providers armed with the knowledge, skills, and equipment to care for those that have called for emergency medical services.

    Great progress has been made in the pandemic mitigation efforts since we canceled the 83rd PDC.  The Board is optimistic of the continued progress in treatment and prevention of the novel coronavirus infection.  On behalf of the SMEMSIC Board, let me extend our warmest of healthy holiday wishes.  We look forward to seeing you once again in the fall of 2021. 

    Gregory Flynn, President
    Society of Michigan EMS Instructor Coordinators

  • 09/15/2020 9:47 AM | Aaron Pressel (Administrator)

    Assistant Director

    This position plans, directs and administers the Emergency Medical Services Program, in conjunction with the executive director, for Beaver Island.

    The work includes responsibilities for the selection of equipment and vehicles and for assuring that EMS personnel are properly trained in current best practices in EMS. The work shall also include ensuring that the service is adequately staffed such that the on-call calendar is filled with adequate lead time so as to accommodate coverage in event of the loss of availability of an EMT.

    Assistant Director Additional Info

    Part Time Paramedic

    This position responds to 911 calls for emergency medical assistance. Assess patients condition and determines a course of treatment or life support care to sick and injured patients.

    The work includes emergency response, documentation, treatment and transport. The role is also responsible for being shift supervisor responsible for administrative authority in the absence of the executive director.

    Part Time Paramedic Additional Info

  • 09/13/2020 3:21 PM | Aaron Pressel (Administrator)

    Interacts with and maintains excellent working relationships with employees of MREMSE, EMS students, physicians and physician assistants within the Emergency Services service line, area EMS agencies and providers, and members of the public. Roles in education include teaching, oversight and evaluations (student, instructor and employer).

    Maintains working relationships with Michigan Community Health EMS & Trauma Section and its designees, American Heart Association, and other Munson Medical Center departments.

    Responsible for administrative oversight and coordination of the medical education program of MREMSE, including maintenance of the MDCH Program Approval and development, coordination, and review of all MREMSE EMS-related educational programs, such as MFR, EMT, AEMT, Paramedic, Community Paramedic, and EMS I/C courses.

    Responsible for administrative oversight and coordination of the medical education program of MREMSE, including the maintenance of the CoAEMSP accreditation for the Paramedic program.

    Must have excellent communication skills with staff and co-workers.

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  • 09/03/2020 4:00 PM | Aaron Pressel (Administrator)

    Michigan EMS Education eLearning Summit

    Information sharing from those that have engaged in innovative practices, particularly in the face of education needs during COVID-19; including the administration, teaching and evaluation of students remotely! Michigan EMS IC Continuing Education credit has been approved by MDHHS and will be provided to those that meet attendance requirements.

    Friday, September 18, 2020


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  • 09/01/2020 9:04 PM | Aaron Pressel (Administrator)

    Every fall, I look forward to connecting with our EMS educator community in Lansing at our conference. Given the concerns around COVID-19, and the Executive Orders issued by Governor suspending and/or significantly restricting activities involving large gatherings, as well as the services provided by hotels, restaurants and bars, the board has made the difficult decision to cancel the 83rd SMEMSIC Professional Development Conference.

    Professional development is incredibly important, however the health and safety of our members, staff, and the communities we each serve must remain our priority. The SMEMSIC board members are committed to our organizational goals and will explore alternative delivery models to provide continuing education to our members.

    Your community role as an EMS educator will significantly contribute to the re-opening of our state. I am optimistic Michigan residents will continue to follow disease mitigation efforts. The SMEMSIC Board of Directors will continue to monitor conditions within the state as we approach our annual educational spring conference in 2021.

    Gregory Flynn, President
    Society of Michigan EMS Instructor Coordinators

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