VIDEO: Lincoln High School Fire & EMS Students Practice Their Life Saving Skills at End of Year Simulation Workshop

Posted: Wednesday, June 13th 2018


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Thu, Jun 7, 2018
High School Fire & EMS Program in San Diego Holds Ambulance Day, Simulation for Students
Instructor Austin Mann and an AMR EMT help Lincoln High School (San Diego, Calif.) fire/EMS students with a simulation.

In April, the JEMS Editorial Team was invited to attend Lincoln High School's Ambulance Day, where students taking part in the school's Fire/EMS program toured an American Medical Response (AMR) ambulance, and took part in their first ever simulation exercise.

Several students from the Lincoln High School multimedia class created a video of the day, including two simulation exercises:

The Lincoln High School Fire Technology program has been in existence since 2006. In 2016, Austin Mann took over instruction and has expanded the program.

Austin, also a Fire Apparatus Engineer at Intermountain Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department, brought a fresh outlook to the ever-expanding program by adding an additional course (7/8 – Administration and Leadership), and expanding the already established 5/6 course (EMS Prep). Austin did this by reestablishing the partnership with American Medical Response and the help of the San Diego Fire Rescue Department Recruitment Fire Captain. 

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