Tell me about your FTO program

Exactly what the title says. I want to know about your service’s Field Training Officer Program. Does your service have one?

I think all services should. And I believe a quality FTO Program can make a good service great.

So, tell me about yours, and tell me a little bit about your service, too.

How many ambulances does your service put on the road every day? (I’m mostly interested in ALS 911 ambulances)

How many FTOs does your service have? What are the qualifications to become an FTO?

How long is the orientation for a new employee? How long do they ride with an FTO?

Are you the director/coordinator/head honcho/HMFIC of your service’s program? Could you put that person in touch with me?

Do you work at one of the “super-duper” services we always hear about, and that other places want to be like (Sunstar, MedStar, KCM1, Wake County, Boston, etc…) ?

I’m interested in hearing what you have to say. Let it fly.

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Thanks, everyone.

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