Spring 2021 EMT Course Graduation Ceremony
Our Spring 2021 EMT Class had their graduation ceremony on 6/3/2021. We included pictures from some of the skill lab sessions.
While COVID-19 may have impacted the way we worked through our courses in 2020, we were still able to celebrate the Fall 2020 EMT course achievements. Congratulations!
Princeton Rescue Squad Began the new year celebrating the achievements of our Fall 2019 EMT class. Congratulations!
Princeton Rescue Squad ended our educational year with the graduation ceremony for students who completed the Spring 2019 courses. Congratulations to our newest graduates! We wish you success in your career.
Spring 2019: Princeton Rescue Squad provided Extrication training for EMS Professionals. The course included current employees conducting annual training exercises in vehicle extrication and introduced new employees to the skills necessary in operating numerous types of life saving equipment (ie: jaws of life, electric and hand tools, high/low angle rope rescue, etc.). Meanwhile, students from our current EMT Basic training course were simultaneously engaged in patient care activities during the extrication so that they can have a reality-based simulation experience to build their problem solving and critical thinking skills. The goal of this activity is to make them more confident in their abilities as future Pre-Hospital Providers while they progress through their initial training.
Princeton Rescue Squad ended our educational year with the graduation ceremony for students who completed the Fall 2018 courses. Congratulations to our newest graduates! We wish you success in your career.
Princeton 2018 Autumn Fest. EMT Students put their new found skills to practice when they set up at this year's festivities and provided free blood pressure & glucose checks to participants.
Exciting learning opportunities for local teens in our Childcare and Babysitting course!!!
Students enrolled in our Fall 2018 EMT course are learning Airway Management techniques. We are very excited with their progress and enthusiasm in this course! I look forward to sharing more learning experiences with you regarding this dynamic group of individuals!
Instructional Faculty members traveled to Pennsylvania to participate in a training event hosted by the Robert Morris University School of Nursing and Health Sciences & Pocket Nurse Enterprises Inc. on Inter-professional Continuing Education practices and Simulation for Millennial success on August 4th, 2018. Megan, Jessica, and Brantley came back with great ideas and a wealth of enthusiasm to produce stronger courses through high quality experiential learning.