On episode 35 of the EMS Leadership podcast the guest talks about educational opportunities for EMS professionals at the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburgh, MD. I have attended several classes at the NFA and I can attest to the quality of the information provided. I do believe that people working for private ambulance companies are not eligible to receive reimbursement for travel (and I am not sure if they can even get into the NFA). I hope this has changed, I would like to take more classes there but since I left my fire department job for private EMS, I believe I cannot apply for classes at the NFA.
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