KEMSA Volunteer Survival Workshop -
All registrations will be taken online. You will have the option to pay with credit card or you will automatically be emailed an invoice that you can turn in for payment. All registration fees are due on or before May 5. If you don't pay by May 5, your spot will be forfeited.
Make sure to login for the member price.
If you need to register more than one person, just add a guest registration for each additional person you want to include. Then you will get one invoice for everyone. Or if you are registering someone else, go to the registration form and substitute their information for your information that it fills in.
No refunds are available for this workshop. No substitutions will be made after May 5.
Register using the link below before May 5, 2021.
Nancy Magee, NREMT, LA EMS-I, has been active in volunteer EMS for 20 years. As a self-employed business owner and consultant for 25 years and as an EMT, AEMT, instructor, field supervisor and Director of Marketing and Client Relations for an EMS Management Service Organization, Nancy combines marketing savvy and management perspective with a volunteer’s heart. Her workshop series, “Redesigning Volunteer EMS-A Volunteer Survival Guide,” is aimed at helping volunteer EMS agencies overcome fiscal, leadership, and recruitment and retention challenges.
She is the author of the rural EMS column ‘REDESIGNING VOLUNTEER EMS.’ featured on EMS1.com. Her blogs on volunteerism, professionalism and ethics can be found on her website at MEDIC Training Solutions.org. She is a dynamic and passionate educator and advocate for EMS volunteers and has presented at EMS conferences across the country.
A Connecticut native, Nancy now resides in rural Louisiana and teaches EMR, EMT, EMS Instructor and CE classes both through her education company MEDIC TRAINING SOLUTIONS and for Ace4 EMS, the education division of the Louisiana Rural Ambulance Alliance, rural first responders and volunteers.
Her Podcast, Redesigning Volunteer EMS will go live spring of 2020. Details can be found on the MEDIC Solutions Facebook page.
Rooms are the attendee's responsibility. KEMSA has reserved a hotel block for Friday, May 14 if you want to take advantage of group pricing. Thanks to grant funding, KEMSA can reimburse up to 75 people for one night of lodging at the hotel. This will be reimbursed based on the greatest need/travel and first come, first served. A hotel receipt must be turned in for reimbursement.
1911 E Kansas Ave.
Garden City, KS 67846
Room rate: $96/night + taxes
Group: Kansas EMS Association
Room block deadline: April 30, 2021
For reservations call the Clarion Inn at 620-275-7471.