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Oregon MTU

Oregon's Mobile Training Unit

The MTU is designed to ensure that first responders and volunteer ambulance personnel in rural and underserved areas are adequately trained, licensed and able to provide quality 911 services.

We provide continuing education that is mandatory for these licensed responders.

Schedule training at your agency

Primary responsibilities of the MTU

  • Provide continuing education to certificate holders for recertification requirements
  • Impart national and state standards of care to rural EMS providers
  • Instruct on new EMS skills or techniques
  • Provide training in disaster response, incident command and patient triage
  • Assist in the development of regional and local disaster drills
  • Teach courses on instructional development
  • Provide EMS program assistance to rural community colleges
  • Assist with instruction of initial EMS provider education 
  • Provide annual recertification and instructional development to Oregon State Police EMS instructor group
  • Support the state EMS office through curriculum development, training and support of certifying officers for EMS provider licensure exams

Other Resources

  • iLearnOregon account creation guide (archived webinars) (pdf)
  • Searching archived webinars on iLearnOregon (pdf)
  • BoundTree University
  • EMS1 Academy
  • Rogue Community College will be hosting a NAEMSE Instructor Level 2 class April 27-28, 2018 at the Table Rock Campus in White City, OR. You can find details about the course HERE.
  • Wilderness First Aid Course - Corvallis, OR - April 14-15 (PDF)
  • 24 Hour EMT Refresher - Springfield, OR (PDF)

Please make sure any continuing education you acquire is CECBEMS approved or live. If it is not, you may only complete half of the required CEU hours needed for recertification this way.

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