For more local adult education opportunities, please visit the Bay View Association website.
This course prepares students to function in emergency medical services within the scope of and responsibilities of Medical First Responder. At the completion of the class, you will complete the testing to become licensed in the state of Michigan.
This class will be held as a hybrid class which will include online and in-person instruction, to include hands on skills. Classes will be held Thursdays 5pm -10-pm starting February 8th and ending May 2nd, 2023, at the NCMC Gaylord campus. The cost will be $865 (incudes book), with payment in full due prior to testing.
Grant funding may be available.
There will be a welcome and informational meeting via zoom on Thursday, February 1st at 6pm. A link will be sent a few days before but is also included in the confirmation you will get when you register.
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
INSTRUCTOR: Trisha Moore, MS, CCEMT-P, EMT-P, IC
EDUCATION: Critical Care Paramedic, Instructor Coordinator, MS in Forensic Psychology at Arizona State University.
Beth Wemigwase returns for Part II of her lecture on the history of the Harbor Springs area, which will cover the more recent history of Harbor Springs from 1900 until 1980. Wemigwase will highlight the town’s involvement in WWI, the prohibition era, the emergence of the local ski industry and more.