Classes and events on this page are open to out-of-System providers. Please contact each agency or individual listed below for registration or details about their program or event.
- CPR CLASSES:
Silver Cross Hospital (separate from the EMS System office) holds monthly CPR classes open to the public, and to register please call 1-888-660-4325 or visit the Silver Cross Hospital website at http://www.silvercross.org/register-for-a-class-or-event then choose your desired class. If you have a question about a replacement CPR card for a CPR class you took at Silver Cross Hospital call the Marketing and Community Relations department at 815-300-7091.
- ACLS & PALS CLASSES:
The Silver Cross EMS System (separate from the Hospital) holds monthly ACLS and PALS classes open to the public. To register for ACLS or PALS, please call Mary at (815) 300-7589. Registration is confirmed upon payment. Here is a list of classes that SCEMSS offers.
AHA requires all ACLS and PALS course students to have a current Healthcare Provider CPR Card and that students be a minimum of RN, Physician, or Paramedic. Course materials will be mailed 30 days prior to the class date, provided payment has been received. Specialty courses will be held in the Silver Cross Hospital Education Center unless otherwise indicated. See our “Map/Directions” page. The Education Center is in a separate building just north of the ER.
- IN THE MIDST OF CHAOS CONFERENCE:
SAVE THE DATE for our September 14, 2018 “In the Midst of Chaos” Conference. Visit www.inthemidstofchaos.org for details and register early once registration opens as it sells out every year!
Region 7 Conference: IN THE MIDST OF CHAOS
September 14, 2018 at the Tinley Park Convention Center
- ECRN CLASSES:
ECRN Classes for Region 7 Hospitals may be found at www.regionviiems.com
- LEAD INSTRUCTOR COURSES:
Registrations can be completed on-line at www.naemse.org, National Association of EMS Educators
Each class has on-line assignments prior to the course, so please register early to not only secure a seat, but to get started with enough advance time to get acquainted with your assigned team and to begin the learning process.
Please note: Illinois has very specific requirements for Lead Instructors with respect to time, experience, and a recommendation from an EMS System. Please make sure prospective registrants review the Lead Instructor policy BEFORE signing up for the class.
Illinois currently only has a licensure for Lead Instructor I not Lead Instructor II
Again make sure you view the System’s Lead Instructor policy on the LICENSURE page BEFORE signing up for a course to make sure you meet licensure requirements.