EMT, AEMT and Paramedics
Are you an EMT, AEMT or Paramedic?
Do you have an insane love for winter?
Are you a skier?
If you answered yes to most of the above questions, Then the Lee Canyon Ski Patrol is looking for you!
Current Scheduled Challenge Exams
October 27th 1pm at Guardian Elite Medical Services - To register please click here
November 3rd 1pm at Guardian Elite Medical Services - To register please click here
The Lee Canyon Ski Patrol is currently seeking experienced medical professionals who have an interest in responding to call in a different environment. We work on the snow and in the backcountry throughout the winter months with patients that seem to find themselves in odd situations. This challenges even experienced Patrollers on a day to day basis. Are you up for the challenge? Yes, then join us!
The National Ski Patrol Board has recently adopted new language that allows currently SNHD or Nationally Registered EMT’s to challenge the Outdoor Emergency Care course by taking a modified final exam. This exam will consist of 4 skill stations and 2 scenario stations. You will however, have only one chance to take and pass the exam. If you fail, you will be required to take the entire OEC course and final exam again.
In order to challenge you must become a member of the National Ski Patrol. You may do so by going to their website, www.NSP.org and creating an account. Once you have created an account, please email the Patrol Representative (PatrolRep@LeeCanyonSkiPatrol.org) with your full name, NSP Member Number which was assigned to you (6 digits) and a copy of current state or national license. The Patrol Rep will then add you to the patrols roster on the NSP website and notify you that you can now pay your national dues and register to challenge the exam.
Cost associated with joining the NSP and challenging the exam
NSP Join Fee - $55
Exam Fee - $60
Annual NSP Member Fee - $55 after candidate season
Annual Division/Region Dues - $34
National Ski Patrol EMT, Advanced EMT, Paramedic path to OEC Language passed by the NSP BOD on May 16th, 2018
A. Individuals who have the designation of Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic (NHTSA definitions), all as recognized by and in good standing with the National Registry of EMTs and/or their state EMS regulatory agency and who have completed the three most recent OEC cycles on or before July 1, 2018 will be awarded an OEC technician card. This card will have an original certification date of 12/31/17 and next certification date of 12/31/20. Until July 1, 2018 or when the data is entered, whichever is earlier, the record type for these members remains the same as it is today. Once the data is entered, all in this group will be assigned the record type of patroller and their OEC technician card will be issued. This is the only opportunity for this kind of record update. By including these individuals on a patrol roster, the PR/PD is certifying such individual is in good standing as described above.
B. Individuals who have the designation of Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic (NHTSA definitions), all as recognized by and in good standing with the National Registry of EMTs and/or their state EMS regulatory agency and who have fewer than three consecutive refreshers documented on their record by July 1, 2018, and new members who meet the criteria stated above, will be required to complete the Modified Challenge course, consisting of the OEC practical exam, as outlined in Appendix D, Section B.2. of the Policies and Procedures. As of July 1, 2018, the record type for these members will be changed to candidate until completion of the Modified Challenge course, and upon successful completion of the Modified Challenge course, such individuals will be awarded an OEC technician card and their record type will be changed to patroller. By including these individuals on a patrol roster, the PR/PD is certifying such individual is in good standing as described above.