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Community Paramedic Technician - (CPT)
Date(s): January 9, 2018 - April 3, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Location:ITV - Various Locations Available, call for more details
Cost:$995.00 (FEE Includes - Textbook, LMS, FISDAP, Background Check, 1 Clinical Shirt)
Instructor:MobileCE Faculty
E-mail Address:education@unitedambulance.net
Comments:Class will meet on the following Tuesdays:

January: 9, 16, 23, 30
February: 6, 13, 20, 27
March: 6, 13, 20, 27
April: 3

Program Tuition Includes: Text, LMS, FISDAP, Background Check, 1 Clinical Shirt

Program requirements:
88 total hours, 48 didactic and 40 clinical
**Must be a licensed Paramedic**
Class Description:Community Paramedic Technician (CPT):

This program is made possible with partnership of MobileCE and United Training Center.

Awards Certificate and Maine EMS CEH Credits
Connects underutilized resources to undeserved populations.

Expands the role of the paramedic (not scope) to provide health services where access to physicians, clinics, and/or hospitals is difficult or may not exist.

Exists for the the sole purpose of serving the needs of a particular community and its success relies heavily on collaboration among local stakeholders.

Follow a pre-existing care plan

Functions under the guidance of independent practice provider

To download the CPT Program Guidelines, copy this link into your browser: https://mobilece.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/CPT_Guidelines2016.pdf
General Comments:This program prepares students for career opportunities in the areas of Community Paramedicine, health prevention, health behavior, and disease prevention. Students learn a variety of skills and strategies that will provide them with necessary proficiency to improve population health in diverse settings. The program focuses on the social and behavioral determinate of health and disease across the lifespan, with a particular emphasis on health disparities. Following successful completion of 88 hours, 48 didactic and 40 clinical, graduates are qualified to assist with the planning, implementing, and evaluation of programs that address health disparities that are intended to improve the health of diverse populations.