EVOC – Emergency Vehicles Operation Course
EVOC – Emergency Vehicles Operation CourseAs an emergency vehicle operator, you face distractions and hazards that other drivers never encounter. With the siren screaming and lights flashing, you weave around traffic and squeeze through narrow spaces all the while keeping an ever watchful eye on other vehicles and pedestrians. You concentrate on your driving while paramedics care for the patient enroute, but his condition and urgent need for added medical attention heightens your stress. It is your responsibility to reach the nearest health care facility quickly and safely. Intense emergency driving demands expert training, and the Center for Emergency Medicine’s Emergency Vehicle Operators Course (EVOC) can prepare you for the road.
EVOS CoursesProvider Course: Appropriate for EMS practitioners at all levels, this course can be offered as an 8-hour classroom course; or a 16-hour course with 8 hours of classroom content and 8 hours of hands-on driving instruction.
Upon successful completion of the course, students receive a certificate of completion, a wallet card recognizing them as an EVOS provider for 4 years, and either 8 or 16 hours of CAPCE credit.
Our EVOC Certification meets the Florida required 16 hour Emergency Vehicle Operations requirement. We make getting your EVOC Course certification quickly and efficiently.