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https://www.mesacc.edu/programs/paramedic https://nau.edu/chhs/health-sciences/degree-programs/paramedic-care/ Here is a sample of the community college that is near me, their paramedic AAS program. You could get your pre-requisites done now and then go for the others listed at a different school. http://www.mcckc.edu/degreescourses/degrees/AASParamedic.pdf
I think that with all the other options of online education that you just tell them that you are going elsewhere. But I'm not sure if you are pidgeonholed to this particular dog and pony show. But isn't there some way to go to someone higher in the food chain, someone who speaks a more fluent language, like let's say English???
If you are wanting the autonomy of working alone, all by yourself or just with one other person, there are tons of remote gigs that would kill to have a physician who would give up his/her freedom to move to the boonies, live on packaged meals, have limited supplies and possibly be stuck in an area where the safety of themselves would be suspect at best and evac would and could be hours if not days at best. DWAYNE you out there!!!! But if that is what you are looking for, there's jobs out there for you.
Sticky, but here is what I'm going to do and let the powers that be kick my ass I'm going to put the child in a seat belt at the far end of the bench seat, and transport both of them. But the chances of your scenario happening with you being the only one on scene is going to be very rare but it could happen. It's really a non-issue. You do what you have to do, you work with what you have and you either transport the child if there is absolutely NO one to take custody of them or you give them to someone in a position of authority. Simple as that.
Sorely lacking in tact, I realize that I neglected to post a RIP or condolences to this post which I meant to. Bad ruff, bad bad It seems that every day or week or so we see another provider succomb to the long term effects of the attack. I weep for their families and friends who suffer yet again at the hands of the terrorists who struck such a devastating blow to our country and may we never forget. Unfortunately many have and it's up to us to keep the memories alive of responders like Trevor and the hundreds of others who gave the ultimate sacrifice on that day and others many years later Like Trevor. I'm humbled at the bravery of my brethren in EMS/Fire and Law Enforcement who take up the call each and every day, I'm proud to work with all of you, even if it's not personally. We must support each other and have each others backs. To each of you working daily, I salute you, to those whose shifts have ended prematurely, Your watch is over, we've got it from here on out. God speed.