Why do you care that much? It's a freaking hat (beret). Put it on, take it off in the end it's a freaking hat.
If it's someone telling you to remove your helmet on the firing line at the range, or advance to contact... that's something you should really worry about.
What I find more interesting is that paper is written by a bunch of MDs... no offence to doctors but many of them have no clue about Pre-Hospital Care in general and TEMS operations to be specific. So, I am really curious as to how come no one from the TEMS community actually chimed in on this?
MM its good to hear from you. We've chatted about this before several times over... uh... one type of brew or another. I've been to both sides of the house, and like the CRC better. Maybe it's just my experience. But for sure, shoot me a PM :).
Ugh.... why SJA courses?
They are useless outside of the CF...
Why not a Red Cross EMR course? Considering it's the standard for EMR certs in many provinces BC, AB etc. The CF Fire Fighters are trained to the CRC EMR standard. You'll be given more in the CRC EMR course and recognized across...
That option is available in the PRes world. A Detal Det is part of the Field Ambulance composition. This calls for up to 4/5 Pte/Cpl Dental techs. However, since majority of Field Ambs do not posess the infrastructures to propperly employ a Dental Tech in the PRes world, I would say that this...
Tons... as more students graduate from Criminology BAs, MAs, etc... and looking to get into the LE field of work, more and more are discovering the existence of a LE agency outside of Civilian policing/LE.
If you don't meet the education requirements you won't get anywhere. It's a REQUIREMENT.