Conducts EMT-Tactical course in St Louis, MO
| June 2018
Training certified a class of 22 SWAT Medics during it's 102nd EMT-T course
held in ST Louis-West County MO. This rigorous training is conducted over a five-day
period. All attendees were from various Police, Fire, and EMS agencies and
provide medical support for federal or local law enforcement special operations
This course followed the 101st
EMT-Tactical course held in Savannah, GA in April. (class
RTI acquires Professional Event Medical
Associates, LLC Savannah, GA
| February 2018
2018 Rescue Training began offering stand-by medical services through ProEventMed, a licensed ALS First Responder Agency. One of only two "licensed" First Responder agencies in
Chatham County, this unit is designed to provide Special Event medical
coverage, Stand-By medical personnel, and contractual medical coverage. It
is not operated to provide first responder services to local EMS and Fire
agencies, but is designed to provide EMTs and Paramedics for special events,
corporate, industry, etc.
Rescue Training Inc announced the opening
of it's Pooler, Ga location at: 1018 W HWY 80, Suite 401 Pooler, GA
| March 2018
will soon begin offering a full range of EMS courses and training at
it's new facility in Pooler, GA. The Chatham County west side is one
of the fastest growing areas of the state. RTI hopes to offer a more
convienient location to our west side students. Classes will offered
in Pooler beginning in March 2018.
Bryan County, Ga opens March
TECC course to outside providers -
"Tactical Emergency Casualty Care"
Richmond Hill, Georgia | February 2018
County Emergency Services has opened the March 29-30, 2018 TECC course to other
agency personnel. The cost for the course has been discounted to $125. This
program is similar to the training done in Cleveland and has an "Active Shooter"
emphisis including scenario and hands on skills. For more information, contact
or call 912.692.8911
RTI trains 250 paramedics in
Cleveland in "Tactical Emergency Casualty Care"
Cleveland, Ohio | December 2017
has been busy providing "Active Shooter" response training for 250
paramedics of the Cleveland EMS during November and December 2017. The
training provided by RTI leads to
NAEMT certification in Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC).
Cleveland selected RTI because of
it's experience in providing this type of training to over 2500 medics over
the past several years. RTI is a leading "national provider" of the
EMT-Tactical certification (SWAT Medic) program since 2002. The staff will
complete the training and return home on December 18, 2017. For more
information about the EMT-Tactical program visit
Training begins 2017 offering a new technology programs | Unmanned Aircraft
Systems (aka Drones)
Firefighter-EMTs graduate Paramedic Training
Program | News | The Press and Standard
Submitted photo | Posted: Friday,
On June 23, four Colleton County Firefighter-EMTs graduated from the
Paramedic Training Program at Rescue Training in Savannah, Ga.
Shown in the photo are, left to right, Assistant Chief David Greene,
Firefighter-EMT Kristen Dias, Firefighter-EMT Shane Weber, Firefighter-EMT Jason
Benton, Firefighter-EMT Brian Bishop and Fire Chief Barry McRoy.
The four students celebrated finishing their course work in the
10-month-long, 1,500 hour course that began in September of 2014. Students
attended class in Savannah two days a week and performed clinical training
at several hospitals and EMS agencies in Georgia and the Lowcountry.
“It is a grueling schedule, as the students also work their regular schedule
at Fire-Rescue while attending the school,” McRoy said.
The training includes instruction in ECG interpretation, pharmacology,
anatomy and physiology, respiratory care, advanced trauma and medical care,
as well as obstetrics. The personnel performed hands-on training at the
Trauma Center at Memorial Medical Center in Savannah.
“We wish them the best in the careers,” McRoy added.
RTIAnnounces another Blended Paramedic course -
Savannah, December 2017
Shift Friendly – Class
meets every third day. When class falls on Saturday or Sunday the student will
not come to the campus but instead complete supplimental online
assignments and complete online quizzes or exams.
**A "Blended Paramedic Program" is
one that utilizes alternative delivery methods and special online
programs that require the student to have a regular means of accessing
the internet in order to complete various assignments and complete
online quizzes and exams. Students that do not have regular access to
the internet should elect to take the "Traditional" Paramedic program
which is classroom based, instructor driven, education with no
computer/internet requirement outside the classroom.
Association - Training Center Savannah, January 2013
Rescue Training has completed the transfer of its
AHA Satellite Training Center status to the Southeastern Technical
College. This move will allow RTI to become more efficient in administering AHA
courses and providing a higher level of support to its staff and Instructors.
receives standing ovation from St Louis EMT-T graduates.
class #78 offered the Rescue Training staff it's first ever standing ovation
during the graduation of 35 medics from the St Louis, Missouri area. Rescue
Training Inc was the successful bidder on this national RFP for a qualified
agency to provide the initial training for the establishment of their Tactical
We have joined the simplest form of secure online payment processing,
provided by PayPal. This allows for students or public to make secure online
payments to Rescue Training Inc.
RTI Medical Director leads by example
Our goal is to provide a professional level of training
for personnel that respond to emergencies, assist other people, and provide
medical care to those in need including our families. We take our job very
serious because we are "Saving Lives
Dr. Richard O. Shields, Jr.,
U.S. Air Force selects Rescue Training
January 2012 signals busy training calendar
EMT and Paramedic training for all branches of the military conducted by
Rescue Training goes back almost 15 years in Savannah, GA.
Because of the
abundance of hospitals, medical facilities, and EMS agencies in the Orlando
area the USAF chose to
have their paramedic training extend from Albuquerque, NM to Rescue Training
in Orlando, FL
Quality Control - Training
Producing Competent Medics Through Quality Training
The term training refers to the acquisition of knowledge,
skills, and competencies as a result of the teaching of vocational or
practical skills and knowledge that relate to specific useful competencies.
Training has specific goals of improving one's capability, capacity, and
performance. It forms the core of apprenticeships and provides the backbone
of content at institutes of technology (also known as technical colleges or
Rescue Training in Orlando
Visitors are welcome to tour our facilities
After two years in Research Park,
April 2011 marked opening of our new facility in Orlando. It is a 10,000
sq ft dedicated emergency medical training facility located near the Orlando
International Airport (MCO).