Mutual Aid

  • Boys Town Conference Center 14100 Crawford Road Omaha, NE, 68144 United States

2016 TMA TRAINING DAY
JANUARY 30, 2016

Full Day Courses from 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Half Day Courses from 9:00AM-Noon and 1:00PM-3:00PM

BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
Tri-Mutual Aid Fire Fighters Association

State of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services - EMS - Division of Public Health
Nebraska State Fire Marshal - Training Division


LOCATION: 
Boys Town Headquarters Conference Center
14100 Crawford Street, Boys Town, NE 68010

COST:
Tri-Mutual Aid Member Departments: FREE
Non-Tri-Mutual Aid Member Departments: FREE

DEADLINE FOR PRE-REGISTRATION:
January 22, 2016

Doors open at 8:00AM for registration
Walk-ins are Welcome
Continental Breakfast and Lunch will be provided for all registered participants

Pre-Register Using Contact Us Page or by emailing:
John Sing, TMA Secretary: john.sing@boystown.org
Please let us know your top (3) class preferences when you pre-register
 

 

Tri -Mutual Aid Fire Fighters Association

2016 Training Day – January 30, 2016

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

 

 

Diabetes and diabetic problems
(3 hours – Morning)
Understand diabetes and types of diabetic problems involved in emergency response.
Learn how to read blood glucose levels and the impact of inaccurate readings.

INSTRUCTOR: Paramedic Instructor Danielle Boutcher for MCC, Captain and
EMS Supervisor for the Village of Boys Town, Department of Fire and Rescue

 

Epi Pen and Albuterol
(3 hours – Afternoon)
Recognize signs and contraindications for use of EPI-Pen and Albuterol Treatments.
Learn the Nebraska Treatment Protocols for using these medications.

INSTRUCTOR: Paramedic Instructor Danielle Boutcher for MCC, Captain and
EMS Supervisor for the Village of Boys Town, Department of Fire and Rescue

 

Bariatric Patient care for EMS Providers
(3 hours - Morning)
Review challenges and issues handling morbidly obese patients. Understand patient care, packaging
and transporting. Hands on demonstration of bariatric equipment and units, including cots and ambulance design.

INSTRUCTOR: Dave Gifford II, NRP, EMSI from Midwest Medical Transport

 

BURN INJURY CLASS
(3 hours - Afternoon)
Technics for burn injury patient care, scene safety, initial assessments, and recognition
of life threatening conditions and care of the patient during transport.

INSTRUCTOR: Jessica Scherbarth, RN, Burn Community
Health Educator/SOAR Coordinator CHI Health St. Elizabeth Burn and Wound Center

 

NEW! BLS ISTRUCTOR BRIDGE – AMERICAN RED CROSS
 (6 hours)
Limited Class Size – Prerequisite – MUST BE A CURRENT BLS INSTRUCTOR
Basic Life Instructors bridge old programs, “CPR PRO”, “AHA” and “NSC”,
to the NEW American Red Cross BLS Instructor Program.
 INSTRUCTOR: American Red Cross Instructor/Trainer

 

“WELCOME TO THE FRONT SEAT”
 (6 hours)
Strategies, tactics and general leadership skills for everyday situations.
Recommended for recently promoted officers and Incident Commanders.

INSTRUCTOR: Nebraska State Fire Marshal Training Division

 

LIVE BURN
 (6 hours)
Limited Class Size - PPE and SCBA required
Learn proper procedures for safely attacking a live fire. Considerable amount of
hands on participation. Morning session held at the Boys Town campus -
afternoon session held at the MCC Burn Trailer, Irvington MCC Campus.

INSTRUCTOR: Earl Rudolph, Instructor for MCC and President of TMA