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Online Preceptor Program Version 2017
Preceptors serve a vital role in our program and in fact to the entire EMS and healthcare industry. It is because of this challenge that we must assure that you, as a preceptor, have some general knowledge of the current state of our EMS programs and what our students are to do while in a clinical or field rotation.
With the changes that have been instituted over the past 40 years of EMS education, anyone who had previously completed a version of our preceptor program completed a preceptor education program from another education program or you are new to the evaluation of EMS students, will need to complete this program. We realize that there is a commitment of time on your part. Because of successfully completing the program, you will receive 2h of EMS Continuing Education Credits in the other category.
How Do I Access the Program?
You can access the Conemaugh School of EMS Preceptor Portal! Just visit https://csoems.edu20.org
If you already have an account, just log in.
If you do not have an account, click the sign-up button, and enter the access code conemaugh
Fill in your information and then submit
Click on the Class Button, then select Catalog button and select School of EMS Preceptor Portal
Click Enroll and you are in! Just follow the lessons, complete the program and you are set!
Who Should Take This?
This is for EMT, AEMT, Paramedic, Telecommunicators, RNs,
You can complete the program at your own pace, pick up where you left off at ANY time!
After enrolling, you will receive notifications from the School of the students progress.
You will have direct communication with the School
Receive FREE CE Credits
EMS Continuing Education Credits applied for through Southern Alleghenies EMS Council
2h CEU for RN through CMMC and the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association
Have questions or concerns? Please contact us!
Conemaugh School of EMS
Allied Health Schools
1086 Franklin St
Johnstown, PA 15905
HERE is the current list of Preceptors and if they have completed the most current version of the Preceptor Program. Preceptors who evaluate students during the internship must have the most current updated version.