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April 18 Free CE Webinar - EMS Education: Going Virtual

Apr 11, 2020

NAEMT Education

Free Webinar on April 18th  / 1 p.m. Eastern / 1 hour CAPCE CE


This webinar will assist EMS educators in presenting didactic course material using online platforms.A panel of national EMS education leaders will discuss how to conduct a live class online, and will share best practices and lessons learned using common tools such as Zoom, Skype and other teleconferencing software.The webinar will cover:

  1. How to use online platforms to teach live classes.
  2. A review of online platforms commonly used.
  3. Best practices for conducting courses using online platforms.
  4. Tips for keeping students engaged via online learning.
Learn how to continue to provide your students with an outstanding learning experience using online tools!

Webinar Presenters

David Page, MS, NRP is the director of the Prehospital Care Research Forum at UCLA and field paramedic with Allina EMS in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. He serves as the chair of the International Paramedic Registry, member of the NAEMT Education Committee and liaison to the Latin American Regional Education Committee. He is an award winning national and international speaker. He has received several prestigious awards, has over 35 years of EMS street experience, and has been teaching online since 1996.
Michael Kaduce is the EMT Program Director at the UCLA Center for Prehospital Care. He began his EMS career as an EMT and worked as a Patient Care Technician at St. Luke's Hospital while obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Mount Mercy University. Michael completed his paramedic course work at Mercy College of Health Sciences and worked for the Urbandale Fire Department as a Firefighter/Paramedic. He was then the EMT and Paramedic coordinator at the University of Iowa. Michael graduated from Pennsylvania State University where he completed his Master of Professional Studies in Homeland Security.
Felix J. Marquez Jr., BA, PMD is President and CEO of Orlando Medical Institute. He has over 25 years of experience in the emergency medical field, beginning as a Paramedic for the New York City Fire Department. He now serves the great City of Orlando as Certified Paramedic/Firefighter. Felix is a U.S. Navy and Army Veteran, and served two tours in the Middle East.He has over 20 years experience as an EMS instructor with multiple certifications and simulation experience. He is the Florida State Coordinator for Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) and Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC). He is also President of the Florida Association of EMS Educators. Felix serves on multiple committees and is an author for Pearson Education. Previously, he served as faculty of LaGuardia and Borough for Manhattan Community College.