We live in an age that requires the use of technology for the effective delivery of educational components. At the same time, there has been no other time in which resources have been so limited towards the acquisition of these components. This blog, moderated by EMS Educator Bill Young, will examine the resources available for the instructor that incur little or no cost.
Bill began his EMS career in 1975 with a small fire department near Williamsburg, KY. They began running first responder calls long before the phrase ever existed. In addition to Kentucky, his career has taken him to Tennessee, Colorado, Georgia and Kansas. He has served as a street medic, training officer, supervisor and educator. He attended Cumberland College (now University of the Cumberlands) and graduated from Regis University with a Master’s degree in Leadership. Currently, he is the Director of EMS Education & Licensure for the Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services. Road trips on his Harley are one of his favorite activites.