EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE EDUCATION I

EMS* 101

With special emphasis on vocational/technical training, this course is an investigation
of Malcom Knowles’ theory of education and is one part of a three-part series devoted
to the learning techniques of adult students. It will focus on ways they process
information, retain, and utilize new concepts and strategies. Specific techniques will be
employed that identify theories associated with cognitive, psychomotor and affective
domains of learning. General theories and concepts of education will be presented,
with an emphasis placed on the allied health professions. There is a computer-based
component to this course and students will need access to a computer and e-mail.
Corequisite: EMS* 102 and EMS* 103. Formerly listed as EMS 101, not open to students
who have successfully completed EMS 101. Prerequisite: Current certification as an
EMS provider.