Resources for Team Sustainment & The Wisconsin TEMS Initiative

Report
Timothy L. Weir, EMT-P
Education Director-EMS and Protective Services
Wisconsin Technical College System
Tactical EMS Summit 2014
Objectives….
 review the TEMS curriculum development process
 discuss further TEMS curriculum development
 discuss proposed TEMS instructor qualifications
 discuss development of a TEMS instructor network
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TEMS curriculum development process…
 WHEPP funded development of TEMS curriculum
 WIDS (Worldwide Instructional Design Systems)
contracted to develop curriculum
 started TEMS curriculum development Oct. 2012
 decision to develop TEMS/TECC Awareness course
only – initially
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TEMS curriculum development process…
 took current TEMS /TECC curriculum and placed it in
the new (WIDS) course design
 WIDS is a competency-based (course outcome
summaries) process
 “learner-centered” versus “teacher-centered”
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TEMS curriculum development process…
 TEMS /TECC Awareness course completed Nov. 2012
 working group reviewed/revised course content
 curriculum approved and completed summer 2013
 curriculum posted for all training programs to utilize
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TEMS curriculum development process…
 further curriculum development of this curriculum is
yet to be determined
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TEMS / TECC Awareness curriculum access…*
www.curriculumbank.org
 active until April 2013, then will be available at:
www.wtcsystem.wids.org
*available to all training centers and other training
programs
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TEMS curriculum development process…
 Course Outcome Summary
 https://wtcsystem.wids.org/PublicDocuments.axd?Docu
mentID=8191b964-6af6-4ac6-b4f4-a73adf4d2342
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Wisconsin Technical College System
47-531-XXX Tactical EMS Awareness Course
Course Outcome Summary
Course Information
Description
This course is designed to introduce participants to concepts of Tactical EMS, law
enforcement officer self-aide and buddy-aide as well as legal aspects associated with
Tactical EMS. Agencies interested in exploring Tactical EMS will find this an informative
first step.
Course Competencies
1
Review the role and responsibilities of the TEMS provider
Assessment Strategies
Reflection Outline
Criteria
You will know when you are successful when:
outline includes only relevant and necessary details
outline demonstrates engagement with the important issues raised through readings and/or class activities
outline describes what you learned, what you are thinking about what you learned, how you might apply it in your
own life and questions you still have.
outline provides evidence of a personal response to the information acquired in the readings/ activities and
presentations and how you plan to apply them
outline identifies the role of Tactical EMS and law enforcement officer self aide/buddy aide
outline defines Evacuation/Extrication
outline defines Casualty Collection Point
outline defines Tactical Emergency Medical Support
outline Identifies current EMS/Law Enforcement integration
outline Identifies TEMS Continuum of Care
outline identifies the history and evolution of TEMS
outline identifies the future of TEMS
outline identifies TEMS educational model components
outline identifies the history of Tactical Combat Casualty Care/Tactical Emergency Casualty Care
outline identifies laws regulating medical practice and licensing, Tactical EMS and Liability
Learning Objectives
Explain TEMS/LEO medical/legal issues and liabilities
Identify threats faced by public safety officials today
Describe the components of the State TEMS License Format
Define tactical operations
Compare primary causes of military and law enforcement related fatalities
Identify the TECC skill set and recommended equipment
Identify the history and future of TEMS
Identify Extraction techniques
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TEMS curriculum development process…
 delivery of TEMS training through WTCS will be
done as either:
 ACE (Adult Continuing Education) (47-531-XXX) or
 contracted training through a college’s business
development office (conference/seminar, etc.)
 decision is based on reimbursement requirements
 cost recovery
 grant-supported
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TEMS instructor development process…
 instructor requirements are the same for either
process
 differs from “normal” college requirements
 based on the “unique qualifications” of the
instructor(s) needed for a TEMS training program
(i.e. EMS/Law Enforcement instructor licensure
and/or certification)
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TEMS instructor development process…
 recommended TEMS instructor accrediting agency:
 Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM)
 recommended licensing / credentialing agencies:
 Wisconsin Department of Health Services – EMS program
 Wisconsin Department of Justice – Training & Standards
 Wisconsin Technical College System
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TEMS instructor development process…
 current courses conducted by existing instructors
identified at program inception
 future process will include identification, vetting and
continued verification of TEMS instructors
 an “instructor network” will need to be created and
managed as TEMS program goes forward
 comprehensive list of SME’s, etc.
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TEMS /TECC Awareness Course
 WI-licensed EMS Instructor I or II, or
 WI DOJ-LESB (IDC) certified instructor and
 completion of 40 hour TEMS Course and
 completion of Awareness level Train-the-Trainer
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Officer / Operator Self-Aid / Buddy Aid Course
 Lead Instructor
 WI EMS Instructor II (paramedic)* and
 WI DOJ-LESB (IDC) certified instructor* and
 completion of 40 hour TEMS course and
 completion of Operator-level Train-the-Trainer course
(*qualified instructors from both disciplines are required. Lead
instructor can either be one person or two persons to meet this
requirement)
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Officer / Operator Self-Aid / Buddy Aid Course
 Adjunct Instructor
 WI EMS Instructor I or II or
 WI DOJ-LESB (IDC) certified instructor and
 completion of 40 hour TEMS course and
 completion of Operator-level Train-the-Trainer course
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Special Operations Tactical Rescue Technician
 Lead Instructor
 WI EMS Instructor II (paramedic)* and
 WI DOJ-LESB (IDC) certified instructor* and
 completion of 40 hour TEMS course and
 completion of Operator-level Train-the-Trainer course
(*qualified instructors from both disciplines are required. Lead
instructor can either be one person or two persons to meet this
requirement)
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Special Operations Tactical Rescue Technician
 Adjunct Instructor
 WI EMS Instructor I or II or
 WI DOJ-LESB (IDC) certified instructor and
 completion of 40 hour TEMS course and
 completion of Operator-level Train-the-Trainer course
 mentored teaching (shadowing)
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Advanced TEMS Course
 Lead Instructor
 WI EMS Instructor II (paramedic)* and
 WI DOJ-LESB (IDC) certified instructor* and
 completion of 40 hour TEMS course and
 completion of Operator-level Train-the-Trainer course
(*qualified instructors from both disciplines are required. Lead
instructor can either be one person or two persons to meet this
requirement)
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Advanced TEMS Course
 Adjunct Instructor
 WI EMS Instructor I or II or
 WI DOJ-LESB (IDC) certified instructor and
 completion of 40 hour TEMS course and
 completion of Operator-level Train-the-Trainer course
 mentored teaching (shadowing)
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TEMS Refresher Course
 Lead Instructor
 WI EMS Instructor II (paramedic)* and
 WI DOJ-LESB (IDC) certified instructor* and
 completion of 40 hour TEMS course and
 completion of Operator-level Train-the-Trainer course
(*qualified instructors from both disciplines are required. Lead
instructor can either be one person or two persons to meet this
requirement)
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TEMS Refresher Course
 Adjunct Instructor
 WI EMS Instructor I or II or
 WI DOJ-LESB (IDC) certified instructor and
 completion of 40 hour TEMS course and
 completion of Operator-level Train-the-Trainer course
 mentored teaching (shadowing)
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