2019 Platinum Educational Workshop Series

Date/Time
August 13th, 2019 to August 14th, 20198:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location
United Training Center in Lewiston, Maine


The 2019 Platinum Educational Group workshops are designed to assist all educators, their programs, and their students to be the most successful through knowledge, practice, and hands-on learning techniques.

Workshop Benefits

  • Master Testing Techniques, Measurement, & Evaluation
  • Learn Moulage Tips, Techniques, & Creation
  • Prepare your Students for after Providing Care at the Scene
  • 16 CE Credits
  • Lunch and Snacks Included
  • All for Only $50
  • $100 Credit to the Attendee’s Platinum Educational Group School/Program Account (One $100 credit per school)

Workshop Presenters

John Spencer is the Lead Medical Educator at Platinum Educational Group. He is a licensed Paramedic as well as an Instructor Coordinator in the state of Michigan and has been involved in EMS for 20+ years. He has instructed numerous EMR, EMT, and Paramedic provider courses as well as many EMS Instructor Courses.
Doug is a co-founder of Platinum Educational Group. He is a licensed Paramedic as well as an Instructor Coordinator in the state of Michigan and has been involved in EMS for 25+ years. Doug has a Master’s Degree in Education and has taught numerous instructor classes and has spoken at numerous State and National Conferences. He is a past president of the State of Michigan EMS Instructor Coordinators and was the 2003 EMT of the year for the State of Michigan.

August 13, 2019 from 8 to 5 p.m. Agenda

Recipe for Success: Instructional Techniques, Measurement, and Evaluation (8 CE credits)

This eight-hour workshop focuses on the methods and implementation of techniques to create an educational environment where a student’s success is nearly guaranteed.

Credits: 2 Credits in Instructional Techniques and 6 in Measurement and Evaluation

August 14, 2019 from 8 to Noon Agenda

The Poor Man’s Guide to Moulage (4 CE credits)

This four-hour workshop is designed to aid the instructor in creating realistic moulage and scenes without costing a fortune. This workshop format is a combination of lecture, discussion, and contains hands-on practical application.

Credits: 4 Instructional Techniques

1 to 5 p.m. Agenda

The Patient is Loaded for Transport. Now What? (4 CE credits)

This 4 hour workshop is designed to help participants prepare their students for what to do, say, and act after providing care at the scene and loading the patient for transportation. We will look at hard skills such as reassessment, and soft skills such as therapeutic communications. The class format will be a combination of lecture, discussion, and role playing. Useful handouts will also be provided.

Credits: 4 Instructional Techniques