Stamford EMS is proud to be THE Connecticut Chapter of International Trauma Life Support.
ITLS is accepted internationally as the standard training course for prehospital trauma care. Not only are courses taught as a continuing education option, but they are also used as essential curricula in many paramedic, EMT and first responder training programs.
The courses are designed to compliment the Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) course delivered to surgeons and physicians. ITLS teaches a system of assessment that makes critical interventions during the primary survey to correct threats to airway, ventilations and circulation.
Contact us to discuss ITLS course offerings at your facility!
For more information on ITLS, visit www.itrauma.org.
ITLS LAUNCHES BLENDED-LEARNING INSTRUCTOR COURSE
This course combines an online component with a classroom component in a program designed to better prepare instructors with the skills and knowledge to deliver ITLS training more effectively to a global audience.
To register and purchase the Online Component, instructor candidates will visit:http://learn.itrauma.org
Access to the online program is instantaneous and will take students approximately 3 hours to complete.
The Online Component is built on a foundation of adult education principles. It is composed of 8 interactive modules with video examples to illustrate the course’s core teachings.
To become an ITLS Instructor, the student must:
- Successfully complete an Advanced ITLS Provider course.
- Earn the Instructor Potential designation by achieving specific scores on both the Written and Practical Exams at the Provider course
- Purchase the Instructors Course Online Component within 6 months of ‘IP’ designation.
- Complete the Instructor Course Online Component, attend an Instructor Course Classroom Component, and be monitored teaching by an ITLS-CT Affiliate Faculty member at an ITLS Provider course within 1 year of beginning the Online Component.
The Classroom Component is a live course at which instructor candidates will learn how to teach skill stations, administer testing procedures, and evaluate student performance. Instructor candidates will practice techniques to become better instructors. It is a required step to earning ITLS Instructor certification.