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  1. Welcome, Jay. It is wonderful to hear of your enthusiasm. What I would suggest might not sound as exciting, but it will make you a better EMT or paramedic in the future if you're really looking for some concrete way to take a small step in the direction of your desired profession. I would suggest that rather than worrying about a first responder course at this stage (when you won't be able to be in a position where you could use any of your skills), focus for now on learning the science. So many qualified EMTs and paramedics lack a solid knowledge of anatomy and especially physiology that can
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  2. Best advice I can give you for this situation and any other: If your 15 year old child came to you with the same issue (knowing they would do whatever you said to do, and you would then be complicent in the outcome), what advice would you give them ? Too often, we base decisions on emotions and hopes, instead of inteligence and reality.
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