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Lesson 2 (Opportunity)

   Make everything you do an opportunity. May no career be a dead end, may no class be a waste of time. Every path you choose leads to hundreds more, if not it is your duty to forge them. Every failure must be a gain in some way, big or small it does not matter, but you must move forward it is your incumbency to yourself.   You must embrace failure as you would an old friend you haven't seen in years. Failure will teach you, success will defeat you if you let it. Failure is your friend your…See More
Jul 23, 2016
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Lesson 2 (Opportunity)

   Make everything you do an opportunity. May no career be a dead end, may no class be a waste of time. Every path you choose leads to hundreds more, if not it is your duty to forge them. Every failure must be a gain in some way, big or small it does not matter, but you must move forward it is your incumbency to yourself.   You must embrace failure as you would an old friend you haven't seen in years. Failure will teach you, success will defeat you if you let it. Failure is your friend your…See More
Jul 21, 2016
Jared Vickers's blog post was featured

Lesson 1

One must think of their career in EMS (and in life) in distance traveled. The goal is to travel as far as possible. Any movement counts as distance traveled, including places you've already been, because some on the most important lessons in life are the ones we learn over and over again. The worst thing you can do in your career (and life), is not gain distance, to stagnate. Every day you must increase yourself in order to gain. Some days you will travel miles, other days inches. Remember,…See More
Jun 13, 2016
Jared Vickers posted a blog post

Lesson 1

One must think of their career in EMS (and in life) in distance traveled. The goal is to travel as far as possible. Any movement counts as distance traveled, including places you've already been, because some on the most important lessons in life are the ones we learn over and over again. The worst thing you can do in your career (and life), is not gain distance, to stagnate. Every day you must increase yourself in order to gain. Some days you will travel miles, other days inches. Remember,…See More
Jun 8, 2016
Jared Vickers replied to Cory Fuller's discussion AAOS as Curriculum in the group EMS Instructors
"My first three classes I taught we used the AAOS 10th Edition. Last year we switched to Brady, mainly to go with their on line format with Pearson. Personally I am not a fan of either for presentations, its death by power point in every sense of the…"
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Profile Information

What State do you live in?
IL
Employer/Affiliation
Instructor/Coordinator
Primary Agency/Department Type
Hospital
Primary Department/Agency Name
Arrow ambulance/Carle Regional EMS
Years in EMS/Public Safety
10
Other Past or Current Departments
Carle Emergency Management, Carle Life Support
My Training:
EMT-P, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P,FP-C, Lead Instructor, AHA Instructor (all disciplines), ITLS Instructor, STABLE, NRP
About Me
I began my career in 2006 working for my home town's volunteer department. From there I worked my way from First Responder to Paramedic, and beyond. The rest and everything in between is history.
Day Job
Paramedic/Educator
I Love Being in EMS Because
It is Dynamic
Relationship Status
Married

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Lesson 2 (Opportunity)

   Make everything you do an opportunity. May no career be a dead end, may no class be a waste of time. Every path you choose leads to hundreds more, if not it is your duty to forge them. Every failure must be a gain in some way, big or small it does not matter, but you must move forward it is your incumbency to yourself.

   You must embrace failure as you…

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Posted on July 21, 2016 at 9:00am

Lesson 1

One must think of their career in EMS (and in life) in distance traveled. The goal is to travel as far as possible. Any movement counts as distance traveled, including places you've already been, because some on the most important lessons in life are the ones we learn over and over again. The worst thing you can do in your career (and life), is not gain distance, to stagnate. Every day you must increase yourself in order to gain. Some days you will travel miles, other days inches. Remember,…

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