​​​​Paramedic Intercept Plan * Live 7/1/16

The EMS District Six Board approved a proposed Paramedic Intercept Plan for all EMS District Six services.  This was proposed by our Medical Director (Dr. Blum) and adopted after much discussion and committee action.  The Paramedic Intercept Plan will be effective July 1, 2016.  After ninety days, the subcommittee of the board will meet again to determine its impact on services and resources.  Click for a link to the pdf of the VAD6 Paramedic Intercept Plan.

Training on the plan has been developed.  Head of Services and Training Officers will implement the training on the plan utilizing various methods.  District Six personnel can complete Paramedic Intercept Plan training on LearnEMS.  (Centrelearn) 

As always, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to contact Jared.Blum@cvmc.org or Scott.Bagg@cvmc.org

Emergency Medical Responder Course  (EMR)

Cabot Ambulance Service is offering a First Responder Course- Details see Syllabus link


  • Open to student sponsored affiliated with Cabot Ambulance - no charge
  • Open to VAD6 students for $250 as space allows 

Classes held at Cabot Station, 

Classes will be Thursday nights from 1830-2130 pm & Occasional Saturday 9-12

Current training & Educational Opportunities

Contact the District 6 Training Officer

​​​Emergency Medical Technician Course  (EMT)

Mad River Ambulance, Waterbury Ambulance & Middlesex Fast squad is teaming together to offer a EMT Course- Details see Syllabus link


  • Preference to students sponsored/affiliated with above services - no charge
  • Open to VAD6 students for $160 as space allows 

Classes held at Middlesex Fire Station, 55 Welch Park Drive Middlesex (across fro VSP Barracks)

Classes will be Wednesday nights from 1830-2130 pm & Every Other Saturday 9-3

CME Audit credits availble

District Six courses 

Come attend a class for continuing education Free!  Please contact course coordinator instructors listed in syllabus

Course Prerequisites:
All candidates shall complete the following in application to participate in this course:

Completed a course Candidate Application at www.regonline.com/VTEMSD6 as above
Be at least 16 y/o (EMR) as of February 12th, 2018, and 18 y/o (EMT) as of March 12, 2018.
Be physically willing and able to fully participate in patient care, skills, and scenarios
Have and maintain a current AHA Healthcare Provider CPR certification (see course below)
Have completed online ICS 100, ICS 200, & NIMS 700 training. (https://training.fema.gov/nims/)

American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR Certification:

All students must have completed an American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (Instructor Lead) Course or a Heartcode® BLS (Blended) Course.  Students that have not completed either within the past year will need to purchase and complete the AHA Heartcode® BLS, which can be found at http://www.onlineaha.org/courses#3.  The cost is $28.50.  Students will then need to attend the Heartcode® BLS skills verification day on September 10th at 6:30PM in order to complete the certification.  All students will need to send/e-mail electronic copies of their cards prior to acceptance into the course.

National Incident Management System Training:

All students must complete the Federal Emergency Management training for National Incident Management Systems.  The courses required are ICS-100, ISC-200 and IS-700.  The courses are free and each takes about 2-3 hours to complete.  Students will need to provide scanned copies of their complete certificates prior to acceptance into the course.
ICS-100:    https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-100.b
ICS-200:    https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-200.b
IS-700:        https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-700.a

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