CCJDA is working with TrainND to offer EMT Training in Langdon, ND.
The training will be offered to Cavalier County residents interested in becoming EMTs and willing to take call for a Cavalier County ambulance squad.
The training will begin November 15th and run through the test date in May. The classroom days of the course will be held at the Langdon Research Extension Center and the hands on portions will be held at the Cavalier County Memorial Hospital.
Please have your application submitted to the CCJDA office by no later than noon on Thursday November, 10th.
In order to receive an EMT Course Completion Certificate:
To insure training that the community will benefit and we will increase the number of volunteers available to take call we will have an application process in place. Individuals can apply to have their training paid for. The applications will be scored on factors such as if the individual is willing to take call, how many hours of call they are willing to take, what days they are available to take call, and if they plan to live in Cavalier County following the completion of the course. The payment for the class will be structured as a 0% interest, forgivable loan. Students will sign a loan contract for the amount of the class. If the complete the class and pass the test the loan payments will be deferred for one year. The class fee included the testing fee. If they do not complete the class they will be required to pay back the loan.
After the one year period if the individual has taken at least 576 hours of call over the course of a year, the loan will be forgiven and the individual will have received the training for free. However, if the individual has not taken enough call loan payments will begin. If they are close to the 576 we could give the a little bit of time to reach that number, however we prefer they get as close to that number as possible by June 30, 2018 to have their loan forgiven. 576 hours may sound like a lot but it is only 48 hours, or 2 days per month. We will be using the yearly amount as we understand some months may be busier than others. The 576 hour limit is also low enough that high school students who plan to head to college in the next year may be able to take advantage of the training as well. The 576 hours could be met by taking one weekend a month of call over the course of the year. If they take some call the summer before they leave the number of weekend required will be reduced even further.
To apply for the program:
Print and fill out this application.
Return the form to Shannon at the Cavalier County JDA office in Langdon. You can can drop off the form in person or mail it to:
Cavalier County JDA
901 3rd ST, STE 5
Langdon ND 58249
If you prefer to scan and e-mail the application you can send it to email@example.com but please look for a follow up em ail to ensure your application was received.
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