Third Tuesday Continuing Education
April 16th, 2019: EMS Providers Role in HazMat Incidents
**May 22nd, 2019: EMS Week Open House** (Wednesday)
June 18th, 2019: Helping Our Own
July 16th, 2019: Prehospital Deliveries and What you need to know
Good Fellowship Ambulance & EMS Trianing Institute
Lecture Room II
600 Montgomery Ave
West Chester, PA 19380
Did we mention that it’s free? We just ask that you register so that we can prepare for class.
This continuing education lecture series will occur on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. It will include a 2-3 hour lecture reviewing various topics relevant to EMS providers. This continuing education opportunity will be free and open to EMS providers throughout the region.
April 16th, 2019: (1900-2200): EMS Providers Role in HazMat Incidents
- Presenter: Stephen Pelna, Vice President, Lewis Environmental
- Course Description: Mr. Pelna will discuss the different incidents involving Hazardous Materials and how EMS can interact to have the best outcome for everyone. Hands on practical demonstrations will include Decontamination demonstrations, typical equipment used and Do’s and Don’ts at a Hazardous Material Incident.
May 22nd , 2019 (1730-2000): EMS Week Open House
- Come enjoy our Open House for EMS Week. Demonstrations, Displays, Informational Sessions and Food Trucks. Fun for the whole family!
June 18th, 2019 (1900-2200): Helping Our Own
- Presenters: Chaplain Jerry Schwartz, Wesley Holman, April Locke
- Course Description: This session will discuss the First Responder’s response to many events that can trigger emotional reactions. Reviewing real life situations that have occurred locally and how many of the providers coped, handled or didn’t and what we can do in the future to improve our chances of handling the situation better.
July 16th, 2019 (1900-2200): Prehospital Deliveries and What you need to know
- Presenter: The Chester County Hospital
- Course Description: This course will cover the procedures for Prehospital Deliveries and the expectations of the receiving facilities.