Take our Public Safety Learning Styles Quiz and Find Out Which Learning Style Suits You Best!
Whether you are a student or a professional, we have to learn more and more to be an effective EMT, paramedic, police officer, nurse, firefighter, or military service member. If you don’t know which learning style fits you best, you can unlock effective and efficient studying.
At the end of the quiz you’ll find out which style dominates and tips to maximize your learning.
The learning styles quiz is based on the Audio, Kinesthetic, Read/ Write and Visual learning styles. The program is an evidenced based system used by thousands of organizations. This quiz is tailored to help EMT’s, firefighters, law enforcement and police officers, nurses, paramedics, and military personnel/ veterans find their learning style.
Most people have overlapping learning styles with one or two dominant styles present. We are developing a tool to help public safety and medical students identify all dominate learning styles.
What to do with the results
After identifying tour dominate learning style with the quiz, review the tips. Use them and not which ones work and which do not. Also, share the results with your instructor and ask for tips on how to use this information in their class.
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CNM is Seeking TWO Full-Time EMS Instructors for the EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic Training Programs
Central New Mexico Community College in Albuquerque, New Mexico is hiring two Paramedics to serve as a full-time, three term (year round), EMS instructors, to join EMS faculty in January 2021. The job posting is currently open and the deadline has been extended: closes September 28, 2020.
Minimum requirements include:
- Associates degree or higher from an accredited institution.
- At least two years recent field experience at the paramedic level.
- Hold a NM I/C Certification or equivalent.
- At least 1 year teaching or training experience.
- Must be a registered and licensed Paramedic holding either a current New Mexico or national license.
The job posting can be found here.
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