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  • Online (Asynchronous)
    • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date.

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    Real-Time Online (Synchronous)
    • In a real-time online class, course meetings occur virtually on Zoom. The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times. Instructors will use Canvas to disseminate grades and potentially other class content, such as documents, discussions, and announcements. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term, with Zoom meetings, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site and in Canvas.

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    HyFlex (Synchronous)
    • In a HyFlex class, all course meetings are held face-to-face at IVC or a designated physical site, and may also be attended virtually, via Zoom (or the district-approved video conferencing platform). The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements. High-stake assessments, such as mid-term or final will be the same exam for online or face-to-face students. Training/approvals: Canvas Basics, Zoom, Classroom Technology Tools.

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    Hybrid (Face-to-Face + Online)
    • In a hybrid class, course activity occurs both online and face-toface on campus; both the online and face-to-face portion are required. The face-to-face meetings occur on scheduled days and times. All online content is delivered in Canvas and/or zoom. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term, with face-to-face meetings, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site and in Canvas.

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    Building Room
    ONLINE
    3100 3109
    Face-to-Face (On Ground)
    • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

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  • Changes may be occurring daily for schedule data and files are subject to change.
  • Fall 2016
    2 sections
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      2 sections
      • EMTP 235 - EMT - Paramedic Field I
        1 section
        EMTP 235 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215, EMTP 225 (or EMTP 220/EMTP 230); and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director; and, 4. Student Intern may enter/reenter EMTP 235 up to 1 year after completion of the previous prerequisites with prior mutual agreement between the IVC Program Director, IVC Medical Director and the Student Intern; and completion of any required remedial training.
        This course provides the first phase of field internship training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support (ALS) within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards for Paramedics (2009). The student will progress through record keeping and increasing patient care responsibilities from observation of a team to working as a team member to functioning as a team leader in actual patient care in the pre-hospital setting. The student experience will cover all aspects of medical and traumatic emergencies, advanced patient assessments, and advanced care on an ALS vehicle under the supervision of a licensed paramedic approved by the Local EMS Authority. In addition, the student must complete 30 advanced life support contacts as defined in the Calif. Code of Regulations, Title 22, Div. 9. This course is an intense one, requires more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and the student’s total dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 10747 (EMTP 235 - EMT - Paramedic Field I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10747
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10747 6.50 Goldsberry, Rick 20 11 9 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Aug 15, 2016 Oct 08, 2016
      • EMTP 245 - EMT - Paramedic Field II
        1 section
        EMTP 245 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215, EMTP 225, and EMTP 235; and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director. 4. Student Intern may enter/re-enter EMTP 245 up to one year after completion of the previous prerequisites with prior mutual agreement between the IVC program director, IVC medical director and the student intern; and completion of any required remedial training. 5. Student intern may petition for exemption from this course providing: a. student intern is currently certified as an EMT-II with a minimum of 1 year experience. b. student intern demonstrates completion of an EMT-II program with training and training hours equivalent to IVC's EMT-II program. c. student intern completes all other paramedic training program requirements. d. student intern has approval of the IVC program director and IVC medical director. e. student intern successfully completes EMT-II proficiency exam.
        This course is the last segment of field internship training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support (ALS) within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards for Paramedics (2009). The student will perform as an ALS provider, under a paramedic preceptor, in the pre-hospital setting using all training and skills acquired; advanced assessment skills, communication skills, use of advanced life support equipment, medications and procedures. In addition, the student must complete a minimum of 10 advanced life support contacts as defined in the Calif. Code of Regulations, Title 22, Div. 9. This is an intense course, requiring more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and student dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 10748 (EMTP 245 - EMT - Paramedic Field II)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10748
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10748 5.50 Goldsberry, Rick 20 11 9 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Oct 10, 2016 Dec 09, 2016
  • Summer 2016
    1 section
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      1 section
      • EMTP 225 - EMT - Paramedic Clinical I
        1 section
        EMTP 225 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215; and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course provides the clinical training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards (2009). The student will put together all didactic and skills training to address medical and traumatic emergencies in multiple hospital departments: critical care, emergency, obstetrics, nursery, pediatrics, and surgery. The student will observe overall administration of advanced life support care in a hospital and will assume responsibilities for advanced assessments, treatment, medication administration, use of equipment, and communication skills under the supervision of a registered nurse, physician assistant, or physician approved by the Local EMS Authority. The course is intense, requires more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and the student’s total dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 30073 (EMTP 225 - EMT - Paramedic Clinical I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 30073
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          FULL 30073 3.50 Goldsberry, Rick 12 12 0 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Jun 13, 2016 Jul 21, 2016
  • Spring 2016
    2 sections
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      2 sections
      • EMTP 210 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 2
        1 section
        EMTP 210 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: Successful completion of EMTP 200. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program and approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        Recommended Preparation: NURS 214
        This course is the second phase of training to prepare individuals to render prehospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics 2009. This course is designed to allow progression of the paramedic student in advanced didactic and skills training. This course will cover all aspects of medical emergencies, including: pulmonology, cardiology, neurology, endocrinology, allergy & anaphylaxis, gastroenterology, urology & nephrology, toxicology & substance abuse, hematology, environmental emergencies, infectious disease, assault, the challenged patient, and acute interventions for chronic-care patients. Included in this course will be the Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP) course, as well as paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 20841 (EMTP 210 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 2)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 20841
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 20841 9.00 Goldsberry, Rick 20 12 8 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 01:15 PM 3200 3204 Feb 27, 2016 Apr 29, 2016
          Meeting Type:Laboratory 02:15 PM - 03:40 PM 3200 3204 Feb 27, 2016 Apr 29, 2016
      • EMTP 215 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 3
        1 section
        EMTP 215 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: Successful completion of EMTP 200 and EMTP 210; and successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course is the third phase of training to prepare individuals to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the 2009 U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics. This course is designed to allow progression of the paramedic student in advanced didactic and skills training. This course will cover assessment-based management, all aspects of operations, including: ambulance operations, medical incident command (SEMS-ICS), rescue awareness & operations, desert rescue, hazardous materials, crime scene awareness, rural EMS, bioterrorism and weapons of mass destruction. Included in this course will be the American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Course, as well as paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 20842 (EMTP 215 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 3)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 20842
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 20842 5.00 Goldsberry, Rick 20 12 8 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 12:05 PM 3200 3204 May 02, 2016 Jun 08, 2016
          Meeting Type:Laboratory 01:05 PM - 03:20 PM 3200 3204 May 02, 2016 Jun 08, 2016
  • Winter 2016
    1 section
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      1 section
      • EMTP 200 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 1
        1 section
        EMTP 200 Course Description:
        Recommended Preparation: AHP 100
        Prerequisites: High school graduate or successful completion of GED. Possess a current American Heart Association basic cardiac life support card at the healthcare provider level. Current certification as an EMT I or NREMT-Basic registration or be currently registered as an EMT Advanced with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. One year of field or hospital experience as an EMT I. Successful completion of the paramedic program application process. Acceptance into program by the Paramedic Program Director and Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course is the first phase of training to prepare individuals to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics 2009. This course will cover: EMS Preparatory, including EMS systems, roles and responsibilities of the paramedic, the well-being of the paramedic, illness and injury prevention, medical/legal issues, ethics, general principles of pathophysiology, pharmacology, venous access and medication administration, therapeutic communications and life span development Airway Management and Ventilation. Patient Assessment, including history taking, techniques of physical examination, clinical decision making, communications and documentation. Trauma, including trauma systems, mechanism of injury, hemorrhage and shock, soft tissue trauma, burns, head/facial trauma, spinal trauma, thoracic trauma, abdominal trauma, and musculoskeletal trauma. This course teaches paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 15011 (EMTP 200 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 1)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 15011
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 15011 9.00 Goldsberry, Rick 20 11 9 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 02:05 PM 3200 3204 Jan 05, 2016 Feb 26, 2016
          Meeting Type:Laboratory 02:15 PM - 04:00 PM 3200 3204 Jan 05, 2016 Feb 26, 2016
  • Fall 2015
    2 sections
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      2 sections
      • EMTP 235 - EMT - Paramedic Field I
        1 section
        EMTP 235 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215, EMTP 225 (or EMTP 220/EMTP 230); and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director; and, 4. Student Intern may enter/reenter EMTP 235 up to 1 year after completion of the previous prerequisites with prior mutual agreement between the IVC Program Director, IVC Medical Director and the Student Intern; and completion of any required remedial training.
        This course provides the first phase of field internship training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support (ALS) within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards for Paramedics (2009). The student will progress through record keeping and increasing patient care responsibilities from observation of a team to working as a team member to functioning as a team leader in actual patient care in the pre-hospital setting. The student experience will cover all aspects of medical and traumatic emergencies, advanced patient assessments, and advanced care on an ALS vehicle under the supervision of a licensed paramedic approved by the Local EMS Authority. In addition, the student must complete 30 advanced life support contacts as defined in the Calif. Code of Regulations, Title 22, Div. 9. This course is an intense one, requires more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and the student’s total dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 10747 (EMTP 235 - EMT - Paramedic Field I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10747
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10747 6.50 Goldsberry, Rick 20 16 4 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Aug 17, 2015 Oct 09, 2015
      • EMTP 245 - EMT - Paramedic Field II
        1 section
        EMTP 245 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215, EMTP 225, and EMTP 235; and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director. 4. Student Intern may enter/re-enter EMTP 245 up to one year after completion of the previous prerequisites with prior mutual agreement between the IVC program director, IVC medical director and the student intern; and completion of any required remedial training. 5. Student intern may petition for exemption from this course providing: a. student intern is currently certified as an EMT-II with a minimum of 1 year experience. b. student intern demonstrates completion of an EMT-II program with training and training hours equivalent to IVC's EMT-II program. c. student intern completes all other paramedic training program requirements. d. student intern has approval of the IVC program director and IVC medical director. e. student intern successfully completes EMT-II proficiency exam.
        This course is the last segment of field internship training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support (ALS) within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards for Paramedics (2009). The student will perform as an ALS provider, under a paramedic preceptor, in the pre-hospital setting using all training and skills acquired; advanced assessment skills, communication skills, use of advanced life support equipment, medications and procedures. In addition, the student must complete a minimum of 10 advanced life support contacts as defined in the Calif. Code of Regulations, Title 22, Div. 9. This is an intense course, requiring more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and student dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 10748 (EMTP 245 - EMT - Paramedic Field II)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10748
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10748 5.50 Goldsberry, Rick 20 16 4 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Oct 12, 2015 Dec 11, 2015
  • Summer 2015
    1 section
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      1 section
      • EMTP 225 - EMT - Paramedic Clinical I
        1 section
        EMTP 225 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215; and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course provides the clinical training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards (2009). The student will put together all didactic and skills training to address medical and traumatic emergencies in multiple hospital departments: critical care, emergency, obstetrics, nursery, pediatrics, and surgery. The student will observe overall administration of advanced life support care in a hospital and will assume responsibilities for advanced assessments, treatment, medication administration, use of equipment, and communication skills under the supervision of a registered nurse, physician assistant, or physician approved by the Local EMS Authority. The course is intense, requires more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and the student’s total dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 30088 (EMTP 225 - EMT - Paramedic Clinical I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 30088
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          FULL 30088 3.50 Goldsberry, Rick 15 15 0 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Jun 22, 2015 Jul 30, 2015
  • Spring 2015
    2 sections
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      2 sections
      • EMTP 210 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 2
        1 section
        EMTP 210 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: Successful completion of EMTP 200. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program and approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        Recommended Preparation: NURS 214
        This course is the second phase of training to prepare individuals to render prehospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics 2009. This course is designed to allow progression of the paramedic student in advanced didactic and skills training. This course will cover all aspects of medical emergencies, including: pulmonology, cardiology, neurology, endocrinology, allergy & anaphylaxis, gastroenterology, urology & nephrology, toxicology & substance abuse, hematology, environmental emergencies, infectious disease, assault, the challenged patient, and acute interventions for chronic-care patients. Included in this course will be the Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP) course, as well as paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 20189 (EMTP 210 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 2)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 20189
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 20189 9.00 Goldsberry, Rick 20 18 2 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM 3200 3204 Feb 27, 2015 May 01, 2015
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 02:50 PM - 04:05 PM 3200 3204 Feb 27, 2015 May 01, 2015
          Meeting Type:Laboratory 01:15 PM - 02:40 PM 3200 3204 Feb 27, 2015 May 01, 2015
      • EMTP 215 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 3
        1 section
        EMTP 215 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: Successful completion of EMTP 200 and EMTP 210; and successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course is the third phase of training to prepare individuals to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the 2009 U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics. This course is designed to allow progression of the paramedic student in advanced didactic and skills training. This course will cover assessment-based management, all aspects of operations, including: ambulance operations, medical incident command (SEMS-ICS), rescue awareness & operations, desert rescue, hazardous materials, crime scene awareness, rural EMS, bioterrorism and weapons of mass destruction. Included in this course will be the American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Course, as well as paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 20190 (EMTP 215 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 3)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 20190
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 20190 5.00 Goldsberry, Rick 20 15 5 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM 3200 3204 May 04, 2015 Jun 12, 2015
          Meeting Type:Laboratory 01:15 PM - 03:30 PM 3200 3204 May 04, 2015 Jun 12, 2015
  • Winter 2015
    1 section
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      1 section
      • EMTP 200 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 1
        1 section
        EMTP 200 Course Description:
        Recommended Preparation: AHP 100
        Prerequisites: High school graduate or successful completion of GED. Possess a current American Heart Association basic cardiac life support card at the healthcare provider level. Current certification as an EMT I or NREMT-Basic registration or be currently registered as an EMT Advanced with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. One year of field or hospital experience as an EMT I. Successful completion of the paramedic program application process. Acceptance into program by the Paramedic Program Director and Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course is the first phase of training to prepare individuals to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics 2009. This course will cover: EMS Preparatory, including EMS systems, roles and responsibilities of the paramedic, the well-being of the paramedic, illness and injury prevention, medical/legal issues, ethics, general principles of pathophysiology, pharmacology, venous access and medication administration, therapeutic communications and life span development Airway Management and Ventilation. Patient Assessment, including history taking, techniques of physical examination, clinical decision making, communications and documentation. Trauma, including trauma systems, mechanism of injury, hemorrhage and shock, soft tissue trauma, burns, head/facial trauma, spinal trauma, thoracic trauma, abdominal trauma, and musculoskeletal trauma. This course teaches paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 15094 (EMTP 200 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 1)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 15094
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 15094 9.00 Goldsberry, Rick 20 16 4 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 11:45 AM 3200 3204 Jan 06, 2015 Feb 20, 2015
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 03:05 PM - 05:40 PM 3200 3204 Jan 06, 2015 Feb 20, 2015
          Meeting Type:Laboratory 01:15 PM - 03:05 PM 3200 3204 Jan 06, 2015 Feb 20, 2015
  • Fall 2014
    2 sections
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      2 sections
      • EMTP 235 - EMT - Paramedic Field I
        1 section
        EMTP 235 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215, EMTP 225 (or EMTP 220/EMTP 230); and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director; and, 4. Student Intern may enter/reenter EMTP 235 up to 1 year after completion of the previous prerequisites with prior mutual agreement between the IVC Program Director, IVC Medical Director and the Student Intern; and completion of any required remedial training.
        This course provides the first phase of field internship training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support (ALS) within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards for Paramedics (2009). The student will progress through record keeping and increasing patient care responsibilities from observation of a team to working as a team member to functioning as a team leader in actual patient care in the pre-hospital setting. The student experience will cover all aspects of medical and traumatic emergencies, advanced patient assessments, and advanced care on an ALS vehicle under the supervision of a licensed paramedic approved by the Local EMS Authority. In addition, the student must complete 30 advanced life support contacts as defined in the Calif. Code of Regulations, Title 22, Div. 9. This course is an intense one, requires more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and the student’s total dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 10349 (EMTP 235 - EMT - Paramedic Field I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10349
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10349 6.50 Goldsberry, Rick 20 12 8 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Aug 18, 2014 Oct 11, 2014
      • EMTP 245 - EMT - Paramedic Field II
        1 section
        EMTP 245 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215, EMTP 225, and EMTP 235; and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director. 4. Student Intern may enter/re-enter EMTP 245 up to one year after completion of the previous prerequisites with prior mutual agreement between the IVC program director, IVC medical director and the student intern; and completion of any required remedial training. 5. Student intern may petition for exemption from this course providing: a. student intern is currently certified as an EMT-II with a minimum of 1 year experience. b. student intern demonstrates completion of an EMT-II program with training and training hours equivalent to IVC's EMT-II program. c. student intern completes all other paramedic training program requirements. d. student intern has approval of the IVC program director and IVC medical director. e. student intern successfully completes EMT-II proficiency exam.
        This course is the last segment of field internship training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support (ALS) within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards for Paramedics (2009). The student will perform as an ALS provider, under a paramedic preceptor, in the pre-hospital setting using all training and skills acquired; advanced assessment skills, communication skills, use of advanced life support equipment, medications and procedures. In addition, the student must complete a minimum of 10 advanced life support contacts as defined in the Calif. Code of Regulations, Title 22, Div. 9. This is an intense course, requiring more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and student dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 10350 (EMTP 245 - EMT - Paramedic Field II)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10350
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10350 5.50 Goldsberry, Rick 20 12 8 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Oct 13, 2014 Dec 13, 2014
  • Summer 2014
    2 sections
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      2 sections
      • EMTP 215 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 3
        1 section
        EMTP 215 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: Successful completion of EMTP 200 and EMTP 210; and successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course is the third phase of training to prepare individuals to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the 2009 U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics. This course is designed to allow progression of the paramedic student in advanced didactic and skills training. This course will cover assessment-based management, all aspects of operations, including: ambulance operations, medical incident command (SEMS-ICS), rescue awareness & operations, desert rescue, hazardous materials, crime scene awareness, rural EMS, bioterrorism and weapons of mass destruction. Included in this course will be the American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Course, as well as paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 30111 (EMTP 215 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 3)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 30111
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          FULL 30111 5.00 Goldsberry, Rick 12 12 0 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion TBA 3400 3400 May 27, 2014 Jul 03, 2014
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 3400 3400 May 27, 2014 Jul 03, 2014
      • EMTP 225 - EMT - Paramedic Clinical I
        1 section
        EMTP 225 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215; and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course provides the clinical training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards (2009). The student will put together all didactic and skills training to address medical and traumatic emergencies in multiple hospital departments: critical care, emergency, obstetrics, nursery, pediatrics, and surgery. The student will observe overall administration of advanced life support care in a hospital and will assume responsibilities for advanced assessments, treatment, medication administration, use of equipment, and communication skills under the supervision of a registered nurse, physician assistant, or physician approved by the Local EMS Authority. The course is intense, requires more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and the student’s total dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 30112 (EMTP 225 - EMT - Paramedic Clinical I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 30112
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          FULL 30112 3.50 Goldsberry, Rick 12 12 0 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Jul 07, 2014 Aug 14, 2014
  • Spring 2014
    2 sections
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      2 sections
      • EMTP 200 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 1
        1 section
        EMTP 200 Course Description:
        Recommended Preparation: AHP 100
        Prerequisites: High school graduate or successful completion of GED. Possess a current American Heart Association basic cardiac life support card at the healthcare provider level. Current certification as an EMT I or NREMT-Basic registration or be currently registered as an EMT Advanced with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. One year of field or hospital experience as an EMT I. Successful completion of the paramedic program application process. Acceptance into program by the Paramedic Program Director and Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course is the first phase of training to prepare individuals to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics 2009. This course will cover: EMS Preparatory, including EMS systems, roles and responsibilities of the paramedic, the well-being of the paramedic, illness and injury prevention, medical/legal issues, ethics, general principles of pathophysiology, pharmacology, venous access and medication administration, therapeutic communications and life span development Airway Management and Ventilation. Patient Assessment, including history taking, techniques of physical examination, clinical decision making, communications and documentation. Trauma, including trauma systems, mechanism of injury, hemorrhage and shock, soft tissue trauma, burns, head/facial trauma, spinal trauma, thoracic trauma, abdominal trauma, and musculoskeletal trauma. This course teaches paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 20853 (EMTP 200 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 1)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 20853
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 20853 9.00 Goldsberry, Rick 20 12 8 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM 3400 3400 Jan 21, 2014 Mar 14, 2014
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 02:55 PM - 04:20 PM 3400 3400 Jan 21, 2014 Mar 14, 2014
          Meeting Type:Laboratory 01:15 PM - 02:45 PM 3400 3400 Jan 21, 2014 Mar 14, 2014
      • EMTP 210 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 2
        1 section
        EMTP 210 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: Successful completion of EMTP 200. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program and approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        Recommended Preparation: NURS 214
        This course is the second phase of training to prepare individuals to render prehospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics 2009. This course is designed to allow progression of the paramedic student in advanced didactic and skills training. This course will cover all aspects of medical emergencies, including: pulmonology, cardiology, neurology, endocrinology, allergy & anaphylaxis, gastroenterology, urology & nephrology, toxicology & substance abuse, hematology, environmental emergencies, infectious disease, assault, the challenged patient, and acute interventions for chronic-care patients. Included in this course will be the Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP) course, as well as paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 20854 (EMTP 210 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 2)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 20854
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 20854 9.00 Goldsberry, Rick 20 12 8 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM 3400 3400 Mar 17, 2014 May 16, 2014
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 02:50 PM - 04:05 PM 3400 3400 Mar 17, 2014 May 16, 2014
          Meeting Type:Laboratory 01:15 PM - 02:40 PM 3400 3400 Mar 17, 2014 May 16, 2014
  • Fall 2013
    2 sections
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      2 sections
      • EMTP 235 - EMT - Paramedic Field I
        1 section
        EMTP 235 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215, EMTP 225 (or EMTP 220/EMTP 230); and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director; and, 4. Student Intern may enter/reenter EMTP 235 up to 1 year after completion of the previous prerequisites with prior mutual agreement between the IVC Program Director, IVC Medical Director and the Student Intern; and completion of any required remedial training.
        This course provides the first phase of field internship training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support (ALS) within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards for Paramedics (2009). The student will progress through record keeping and increasing patient care responsibilities from observation of a team to working as a team member to functioning as a team leader in actual patient care in the pre-hospital setting. The student experience will cover all aspects of medical and traumatic emergencies, advanced patient assessments, and advanced care on an ALS vehicle under the supervision of a licensed paramedic approved by the Local EMS Authority. In addition, the student must complete 30 advanced life support contacts as defined in the Calif. Code of Regulations, Title 22, Div. 9. This course is an intense one, requires more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and the student’s total dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 10331 (EMTP 235 - EMT - Paramedic Field I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10331
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10331 6.50 Goldsberry, Rick 20 8 12 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Aug 19, 2013 Oct 12, 2013
      • EMTP 245 - EMT - Paramedic Field II
        1 section
        EMTP 245 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215, EMTP 225, and EMTP 235; and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director. 4. Student Intern may enter/re-enter EMTP 245 up to one year after completion of the previous prerequisites with prior mutual agreement between the IVC program director, IVC medical director and the student intern; and completion of any required remedial training. 5. Student intern may petition for exemption from this course providing: a. student intern is currently certified as an EMT-II with a minimum of 1 year experience. b. student intern demonstrates completion of an EMT-II program with training and training hours equivalent to IVC's EMT-II program. c. student intern completes all other paramedic training program requirements. d. student intern has approval of the IVC program director and IVC medical director. e. student intern successfully completes EMT-II proficiency exam.
        This course is the last segment of field internship training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support (ALS) within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards for Paramedics (2009). The student will perform as an ALS provider, under a paramedic preceptor, in the pre-hospital setting using all training and skills acquired; advanced assessment skills, communication skills, use of advanced life support equipment, medications and procedures. In addition, the student must complete a minimum of 10 advanced life support contacts as defined in the Calif. Code of Regulations, Title 22, Div. 9. This is an intense course, requiring more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and student dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 10332 (EMTP 245 - EMT - Paramedic Field II)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10332
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10332 5.50 Goldsberry, Rick 20 8 12 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Oct 14, 2013 Dec 07, 2013
  • Summer 2013
    2 sections
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      2 sections
      • EMTP 215 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 3
        1 section
        EMTP 215 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: Successful completion of EMTP 200 and EMTP 210; and successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course is the third phase of training to prepare individuals to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the 2009 U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics. This course is designed to allow progression of the paramedic student in advanced didactic and skills training. This course will cover assessment-based management, all aspects of operations, including: ambulance operations, medical incident command (SEMS-ICS), rescue awareness & operations, desert rescue, hazardous materials, crime scene awareness, rural EMS, bioterrorism and weapons of mass destruction. Included in this course will be the American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Course, as well as paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 30019 (EMTP 215 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 3)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 30019
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          FULL 30019 5.00 Goldsberry, Rick 8 8 0 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 12:20 PM 3400 3400 May 20, 2013 Jun 20, 2013
          Meeting Type:Laboratory 01:20 PM - 03:45 PM 3400 3400 May 20, 2013 Jun 20, 2013
      • EMTP 225 - EMT - Paramedic Clinical I
        1 section
        EMTP 225 Course Description:
        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215; and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course provides the clinical training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards (2009). The student will put together all didactic and skills training to address medical and traumatic emergencies in multiple hospital departments: critical care, emergency, obstetrics, nursery, pediatrics, and surgery. The student will observe overall administration of advanced life support care in a hospital and will assume responsibilities for advanced assessments, treatment, medication administration, use of equipment, and communication skills under the supervision of a registered nurse, physician assistant, or physician approved by the Local EMS Authority. The course is intense, requires more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and the student’s total dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 30183 (EMTP 225 - EMT - Paramedic Clinical I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 30183
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          FULL 30183 3.50 Goldsberry, Rick 8 8 0 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA 2100 CLIN Jun 24, 2013 Aug 01, 2013
  • Spring 2013
    2 sections
    • Emergency Medical Tech Para
      2 sections
      • EMTP 200 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 1
        1 section
        EMTP 200 Course Description:
        Recommended Preparation: AHP 100
        Prerequisites: BIOL 090 with a grade of "C" or better. High school graduate or successful completion of GED. Possess a current American Heart Association basic cardiac life support card at the healthcare provider level. Current certification as an EMT I or NREMT-Basic registration or be currently registered as an EMT Advanced with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. One year of field or hospital experience as an EMT I. Successful completion of the paramedic program application process. Acceptance into program by the Paramedic Program Director and Paramedic Program Medical Director.
        This course is the first phase of training to prepare individuals to render prehospital advanced life support within an organized EMS system based on course content that is equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Education Standards for Paramedics 2009. This course will cover: EMS Preparatory, including EMS systems, roles and responsibilities of the paramedic, the well-being of the paramedic, illness and injury prevention, medical/legal issues, ethics, general principles of pathophysiology, pharmacology, venous access and medication administration, therapeutic communications and life span development Airway Management and Ventilation. Patient Assessment, including history taking, techniques of physical examination, clinical decision making, communications and documentation. Trauma, including trauma systems, mechanism of injury, hemorrhage and shock, soft tissue trauma, burns, head/facial trauma, spinal trauma, thoracic trauma, abdominal trauma, and musculoskeletal trauma. This course teaches paramedic treatments and skills associated with the above core content. This course is an intense one, requiring the student’s total dedication for successful completion. The student must realize that more than usual study and TBA requirements must be met throughout the program. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU)
        • CRN 20663 (EMTP 200 - EMT - Paramedic Didactic 1)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 20663