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COVID-19 Response Volunteer to Help

Vermont health care providers are working overtime to assure everyone receives the best care during this COVID-19 pandemic.  Vermont’s Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) units are community-based groups of volunteers who supplement public health resources with their existing skills. For becoming involved with the MRC, please visit the How to Join page.



Events

Jan
22
Sat
Newport VEFR Class @ Newport Ambulance Service
Jan 22 all-day

Newport VEFR Class Information:

This VT Emergency First Responder class will meet at Newport Ambulance Service on 1/22/22 and 1/23/22. You must contact the course coordinator Jeff Johansen to register.

This course will prepare you for certification as a Vermont Emergency First Responder. After successful completion of this introductory course, you will also be receive certification in the Heartsaver First Aid, CPR & AED (or equivalent).   To become certified as a VEFR, you must be affiliated with an approved EMS organization.  To find the EMS agencies near you, go to the map locator at the top of this page.

Jan
23
Sun
NETS Hybrid/Online EMT Class @ Northeast Emergency Training Solutions
Jan 23 all-day

Essex/NETS Hybrid/Online EMT Class Information:

This EMT class will meet online and the student’s agency from 1/10/22 – 5/14/22. You must contact the course coordinator Chris McCarthy at chris@netsvt.com to register.

This course will prepare you for the National Registry Emergency Medical Technician certification exam, which will be scheduled after successful completion of this course. In addition to this certification, in order to become a State of Vermont licensed EMT, you must become affiliated with an approved EMS organization. To find the EMS agencies near you, go to the map locator at the top of this page.

Jan
29
Sat
Bennington VEFR Class @ Bennington Rescue
Jan 29 all-day

Bennington VEFR Class Information:

This VT Emergency First Responder class will meet at Bennington Rescue Squad on 1/29/22 and 1/30/22. You must contact the course coordinator Bill Camarda to register.

This course will prepare you for certification as a Vermont Emergency First Responder. After successful completion of this introductory course, you will also be receive certification in the Heartsaver First Aid, CPR & AED (or equivalent).   To become certified as a VEFR, you must be affiliated with an approved EMS organization.  To find the EMS agencies near you, go to the map locator at the top of this page.