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ASM/Aetna Class Sign Up

The Ambulance Service of Manchester, in partnership with our sister company Aetna Ambulance, provides a wide array of continuing education courses for both BLS and ALS providers on an ad hoc basis, along with regularly scheduled recertification programs that meet the requirements for providers to maintain registry by the National Registry of EMTs (NREMT), as well as AHA courses, such as ACLS, PALS, and BLS for the Healthcare Provider.  The calendar below lists our upcoming offerings.  Please check back often… we are always adding new training opportunities!

Non ASM/Aetna Employees: If you are interested in signing up for any of our course offerings, please click this link, complete the form, and sign up.

ASM/Aetna Employees: Please contact the Training Manager (ASM) or Training Supervisor (Aetna) to sign up.

BLS CPR
Saturday, February 8th 0800 at Aetna Ambulance
Monday, March 2nd 1800 at ASM

ACLS – Experienced Provider
Tuesday, April 7th 1300-2100 at ASM
Friday, October 30th 0800-1600 at ASM
Preregistration Required

ACLS – Refresher
Wednesday, February 5th 1300-2100 at ASM
Monday, May 18th 0800-1600 at ASM
Wednesday, October 16th 0800-1600 at ASM

PALS Refresher
Wednesday, April 15th 0800-1600 at ASM
Tuesday, August 18th 0800-1600 at ASM

Resuscitation of the Neo-Nate
Instructor: Fred Jeffries, FP-C, CNPT, MTSP-C
Thursday, January 30th 0900-1700 at ASM
Preregistration Required

ECNH Case Review
Instructor: Dr. James Castellone, ECHN EMS Medical Director
Monday, March 9th from 1200-1330 at ASM

NCCP Refresher EMT/EMR
Sunday, March 1st 0800-1630 at ASM
Monday, March 2nd 1800-2200 at ASM
Sunday, March 8th 0800-1630 at ASM

Classes held at Ambulance Service of Manchester
275 New State Road
Manchester, CT 06040

Parking on the left side of the building by “Main Entrance” to register.

For more information contact Melissa Osborne

ASM supports our community by providing standby medical service at community events and gatherings throughout our service area. ASM also visits with schools, church groups and community organizations to provide education on how the EMS system works and other health and safety information.