An overview of Virginia EMS regulations highlighting the importance of patient care reporting and an introduction to our new ePCR platform, Elite. Students will learn about Virginia Beach EMS reporting requirements, hardware used to capture ePCR, and how to use Elite. Then, each student can complete 3 types of reports to familiarize themselves with Elite with hands-on exercises.
- Teacher: Greg Postlewait
This course is the first part of the Virginia Beach Emergency Vehicle Operator's Course (EVOC). EVOC students will need to complete this online part I course prior to completing parts II (classroom) and III (dynamic driving range). Once a student has successfully completed all three parts, he/she will be eligible for EVOC certification.
- Teacher: Eric de Forest
Overview and initial training required for all members of the VBEMS Special Response team. Includes the following topics:
- Team-specific policies and procedures
- Operational response
- Mass-casuality treatment area equipment and operations
- First responder rehabilitation
All VBEMS members may take this class.
- Teacher: Gregory Postlewait
An essential part of operating as a cohesive team is the ability to utilize the communication tools at our disposal. Radios, Computers, and other tools exist that allow us to function in an efficient and coordinated manor. This course should allow the student become familiar with, and and effectively use the equipment and procedures adopted by Virginia Beach EMS
- Teacher: David Keeler
This course is for Students and New members. It is designed to provide an introduction and orientation to how our members will be scheduled for their duties with VBEMS using our scheduling system (Oscartrack).