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Here's your chance to make an impact and help people in their time of greatest need. We welcome already-certified and nationally registered providers, as well as those eager to learn and gain licensure.
Unfortunately Washington County Life Saving Crew does not offer any in-house EMT or Paramedic courses at this time. Many courses of all provider levels can be found locally at Associates in Emergency Care, Virginia Highlands Community College or Virginia Southwest EMS Council. But we do offer frequent opportunities to gain continuing education hours and gain other certifications through the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads.
In order to be released as an Attendant-in-Charge (AIC) and practice independently we require you to complete a probationary period this is basically a formal internship program so you can learn the ins and outs of our agency. Procedures and requirements include:
For more information on the probationary period view the probationary packet, click here.
While you have been a probie and running duties as a “third person” on the duty crews, you have also been going through our membership process. It works like this:
For more information about the WCLSC membership process, Contact Us