2019 KEMSA EMS Management Workshop
April 17 & 18, April 25 & 26, 2019

For: New or Current EMS Directors, EMS Supervisors, or EMS personnel who wish to acquire the skills to move into supervisory positions

April 17 & 18, 2019 | April 25 & 26, 2019
ALL Sessions: 0800-1700
*Participants must attend all four days.  Cost includes lunch each day.


Riley County Public Works
6215 Tuttle Creek Blvd.
Manhattan, KS 66502


$195 KEMSA Administrator Society Members
$205 KEMSA Members
$255 Non-KEMSA Members

Continuing Education:

This workshop will provide you with approximately 30 hours of continuing education if you attend all four days.


Register online using the link below.  Credit card payments are available online or mail a check with a copy of your event invoice that is automatically emailed to you. 

Registration and payment deadline is April 3, unless spots fill up first. Register today!

Online Registration


Attendees will be taught the skills and given the information needed to manage and supervise in today’s ever changing field of emergency medical services. The workshop will be taught by some of the top EMS professionals in Kansas who will share information you need to succeed. The workshop will include classroom as well as hands-on-learning. If you are a new or an experienced EMS Director, Supervisor, or are interested in advancing to EMS Management, this workshop is designed for you. 

Download the complete schedule here.


No refunds will be issued for this workshop, but a substitution can be made.


KEMSA does not have a block of rooms at a hotel, but there are options in Manhattan. See nearby hotels here. Rates vary.


Contact KEMSA, mary@kemsa.org or 785-580-3459 or David Adams, 785-565-6591.


New topics for 2019 include: Managing Multigenerational Workforce, an award winning presentation by Chief Metzler of Newton Fire/EMS and peer support.

Additional topics:
  • Principals of Leadership
  • Coaching and Teamwork
  • Conflict Resolution and Discipline
  • New Trends in EMS
  • Customer Service
  • Networking – working with other EMS Professionals as well as Local, State and Federal Officials
  • Development of Mentoring and Professional Development Programs
  • QA/QI based training programs
  • Kansas Statutes and Regulations
  • Budgeting Process
  • Billing and Collection
  • Vehicle Maintenance & Purchasing
  • How to properly conduct employee interviews and evaluations
  • FLSA Rules and Privacy Laws
  • Risk management and Compliance
  • Regional and State Resources
  • Planning and Project management
  • Protocol and Policy Development
  • How to legally reprimand and terminate employees

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