Certificate in Disaster and Counter-Terrorism Emergency Medical Service
Anna Maria College is proud to announce the college is hosting the Disaster Medicine Institute, non-credit bearing certificate program in Disaster and Counter-Terrorism Emergency Medical Service, (DC-TEMS). The goal of the program is to strengthen organizational, local, regional and national capacity to mitigate against, prepare for, and respond to disasters and complex emergencies, as well as asymmetric, multimodality terrorist events.
The certificate program is a three hour, one evening a week, Tuesdays 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., for eight consecutive weeks.
Program topics include Prehospital Disaster Medicine:
Minimal requirement: Need to bring proof with an ID and a High School Diploma
15 Con Ed credits will be awarded for EMT’s and Paramedics
The fee is $500.00 with a required deposit of $250.00 or pay in full
The DC-TEMS certificate program will officially begin registration immediately for a February 7, 2017 start .