Mocksville, NC— In an effort to educate the community and encourage individuals who may be interested in the EMS career field, Davie County Emergency Medical Services is launching the Davie County EMS Academy. This program consists of 10 sessions and will include education in the areas of CPR, fire safety, basic medical, bleeding control, trauma and more. Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to learn through hands-on activities, tour an AIRCARE helicopter, visit the Davie County 911 Center, participate in a class geared towards traffic accidents and gain a better understanding for what role a community paramedic serves.
Classes will begin October 18 and run from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Davie County Emergency Medical Services office at 114 Dr. Slate Drive in Mocksville. Individuals who are ages 15 years and older are encouraged to participate. Not only will participants learn valuable skills, they will receive official certifications in CPR and Bleeding Control.
To register, scan the attached QR code, visit https://buff.ly/3xzRQ88 or call 336-753-6160.