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  1. #2 in a heart beat friends are worth more than all the money in the world What would you do if you could Party all you want and not know where you are going after death OR Play it safe and know you are going to heaven?
  2. One thing you have to remember is that your ideas of what a 'bullshit courses' is not the same as the next person. How many years was it from the time you finshed HS to the time you trained as a Paramedic? We do tend to forget things. Would a teen be more likely to remember a 'government class' or all the fun parties they went to? Whats the harm in some classes to brush up on what you learned years ago?
  3. Well since I asked the question I thought I should be the first to answer it I went thru and found one class from each poster that I would want in my paramedic corse if I was training now I did not pick one from my own since that would be silly since I think all the ones I have should be in it Fundamentals of US and State Government 100: This course will provide the student with a fundamental level of knowledge of US and state government. Government history, branches of government and the basic process of each branch are primary topics of study. (Chbare) Professionalism 101
  4. Spenac what class would you want to take the most if you have to pick 1 from any of our post (not counting yours) any one else is also free to answer
  5. What we need to do now is take the best classes from each of us and build the Greatest Paramedic Course of all time. then we need to find a college or hospital/college that will take it and teach it on a test run and see how it makes for a real life paramedic degree (I say degree since if we take the best of all of out post will will have enough class for at least a AS if not a BS)
  6. Congrats Chbare and Spenac great job with your ideas for classes and courses looks like the best men won Rats Ruff guess that means no date for you LOL
  7. Yes Congrats to the winners thanks for taking part and make it so much fun for all of us And thanks Ruff it has been a lot of fun and I know I personaly have learned from it
  8. [align=center:2f96583f7c]Bachelor of Heath Science In Pre-Hospital Care Paramedic Level[/align:2f96583f7c] This program is designed to give students the skills needed to work as a paramedic in the pre-hospital field and to have confidence Students will acquire skills in all areas of pre-hospital care, as well as foundational knowledge in the field of heath science. [align=center:2f96583f7c]GENERAL EDUCATION CORE - 68 HOURS [/align:2f96583f7c] PSY 100 General Psychology 4 Quarter Hours An overview of the factors affecting behavior including topics related to theories of learni
  9. So we know its not Dust since Adim has been here since that post
  10. Sorry I can't answer this since I am not a medic or EMT
  11. Thank you Ruffems. I personal think this is where the truth is about want "steps" need to be taken for the EMS profession. I think what needs to be done is find out what classes that Most EMTs and Medics feel a "degree" would need. I can see both points about Degree vs. Non-degree the need for better Training/Education I can see every one feels is good (at lest that is what I am getting from reading the post here) Yet not sure a degree is need just college level class and more training time both in and out of the class room. So I have more questions What classes do you fee
  12. Yes Eydawn thank you for your input not only is it helpful to this topic but also has helped me in picking classes for my non-EMS degree (web Design) so I don't just take what classes seem easy or fun but what classes will give me the best over all education that I can then aply to all areas of my life. And for the rest of you I have some questions What do you wish your training classes would have coved more indeepth? What did you have to study on your own to beable to pass the test? What did you have to learn once you were working as an EMT that you feel should have been part of yo
  13. *Sir Andrew looks around at all the heavy cross fire and wonders what on earth did he start here, and to think that he believed all EMT/Medic were on the same team. *Sir Andrew runs and finds a safe place to hide from all the fire P.S. I am sure glad that if I ever train as an EMT I have no plans of working the field with any of you...
  14. [align=center:0f8cc66465]"A Paramedic's Prayer" As I perform my duty, Lord, Whatever be the call Help to guide and keep me safe, From dangers big and small. I want to serve and do my best No matter what the scene, I promise to keep my skills refined, My judgment sharp and keen. This calling to give of myself, most do not understand, But I stand ready all the time to help my fellow man. A word of thanks I might not hear, but knowing is enough, That I have helped just even one To go on to live and love. A Paramedic's Prayer Lord, You know what lies ahead of me thi
  15. [align=center:bec0d2ff0c]Murphy's Law of EMS The First Law of EMS: All emergency calls will wait until you begin to eat, regardless of the time. Corollary 1 - Fewer accidents would occur if EMS personnel would never eat. Corollary 2 - Always order food "to go". The Paramedical Laws of Time: 1 - There is absolutely no relationship between the time at which you are supposed to get off shift and the time at which you will get off shift. 2 - Given the following equation: T + 1 Minute = Relief Time, "T" will always be the time of the last call of your shift. E.g., If you a
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