[AmeriCare] Recruitment Process

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[AmeriCare] Recruitment Process

Post by Kevin_Verdum » July 29th, 2019, 9:03 pm

Step 1 - Preliminary Background Check
All applicants must complete the Preliminary Background Check in which basic information such as employment history, criminal record, educational and military records are gathered from the candidate and thoroughly investigated by the Employment & Training Division
Step 2 - Company Interview
The Company Interview will be conducted by the Employment & Training Division at the All Saints General Hospital to assess your personal accomplishments, job motivation, instrumentality, interpersonal skills, continuous learning orientation, and oral communication skills. If the recruiter deems that you are fit for the position you will be allowed to continue with the recruitment process.
Step 3 - EMT Training course
The EMT-B Training course consists of extensive theoretical and practical education on Medical procedures, Departmental policy and protocol, and law to ensure that the student is qualified to be an EMT.
Step 4 - NREMT Certification
An NRENT Evaluator from the Department of Health will conduct an examination with each of the students, the examination will consist of BLS Emergency Medical Procedures such as Airway, Respiration & Ventilation, Cardiology, Trauma. But will also evaluate the candidate's ability to understand the basics of law regarding the administration of Emergency Care, Patient Assessment, Oxygen Administration, Cardiac Arrest Management, etc. If the candidate passes all the examinations, the Department of Health will issue an NREMT Certification for EMT license and will be allowed to practice BLS in the state of San Andreas.
DISCLAMER: All information inside this document is subjected to change without notice by the AmeriCare Management.
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