Independence Ks. ICC .
Good2know

United States

#1 Nov 23, 2009
The Independence, Ks. ICC. Has a very outstanding success rate for their EMT & EMT-I program.
To my understanding those students worked very hard with their Instuctors before going to the State Boards in Topeka Ks.

CONGRATS to you all for Job well done !!!!!

“EDITOR : Coffeyville Ks.”

Since: Dec 06

Coffeyville Ks.

#2 Nov 23, 2009
Congrats for Passing your State board exams this past Suturday. We need more people in the medical field. They have proven it can be done.
CONGRATS TO YOU ALL !
Rex

Coffeyville, KS

#3 Nov 23, 2009
there R a couple of potential milfs in there to.

congrats
Lance - KGGF

Coffeyville, KS

#4 Nov 23, 2009
Condolences to the family of Lamar James, Head Coach of the Independence Community College Pirate Football who past away this past weekend in Mississippi. Our thoughts are with you. Lamar passed at the tender age of 31. How sad we are!
Good2know

United States

#5 Nov 23, 2009
Lance - KGGF wrote:
Condolences to the family of Lamar James, Head Coach of the Independence Community College Pirate Football who past away this past weekend in Mississippi. Our thoughts are with you. Lamar passed at the tender age of 31. How sad we are!
What has this got to do with the picture of EMTs ? But Still I would like to know what happen tp the head Coach ?
Good2know

United States

#6 Nov 23, 2009
Rex wrote:
there R a couple of potential milfs in there to.
congrats
Are you joking. what's milfs ? these people maybe there in an emergency situation to save your life when you need them. I think they deserve the chance to know we are proud of them.
Did you know Becoming an EMT isn't easy and it's a field not very many people can do. Our College in Independence Ks. ICC. stands proud for our EMT & EMT-I program
Udumbass

United States

#7 Nov 23, 2009
Lance - KGGF wrote:
Condolences to the family of Lamar James, Head Coach of the Independence Community College Pirate Football who past away this past weekend in Mississippi. Our thoughts are with you. Lamar passed at the tender age of 31. How sad we are!
Lance you still got your head in the wrong place at the wrong time. I doubt your experience of any talk show. get up off your fat rear for once and do the public a favor and shut up ! Oh & Congrats to the Emt people on the photo.
Aneed2know

United States

#8 Nov 25, 2009
I know for a fact ICC Has a very outstanding success rate for their EMT & EMT-I program.
But what do we have for a paramedic program in MG County ? Nothing !!??????
Why do the EMT-I have to drive to another County for schooling to become a Paramedic ?
Lets Say !
On an average base of Students going to school to become an EMT and EMT-I.
The State of Kansas has fallen short on their training with excellent Instructors to teach these their students. Out of 2487 students enrolled in the EMT programs offered in several colleges across the state of Kansas. that number drops from the enrollment to about an average of 1243. lack of interest or not willing to set your mind toward the studies.
about an average of half the students go to the State board then to take their finales for testing, which involes written exames and 3 test stations they must Pass to complete. this isn't an easy test by any means. about 1/3 will pass their exames even then.
yes that's right ! 1/3 !!
The State board don't pass everyone that goes up there. most reasons are because of 1 or 2 minor steps or details left out.
Mostly because the students forgot a certain important task in the book. everything is by the Book 100% there. The ICC instructors work hands on and up close with their students on prac ezames and studies. and I believe ICC deserves the chance to teach Paramedic classes without their students having to drive 200 to 300 miles to attend the Paramedic classes Our County is more than able to teach.
We need Paramedic schooling because it's important to our community to offer this type of training to better ourselves after becoming an EMT-I. So we can Advance our education by helping others that need it the most where and when it's needed in our own Community.

ICC has a very outstanding success rate for their EMT & EMT-I program. why not take it one step ahead now ! I would like to say CONGRATS to the top row students on this picture and to the instructors on the bottom row JOB WELL DONE AND CONGRATS TO YOU THREE ALSO !
looselips

Wichita, KS

#9 Mar 20, 2012
I know one of the people in the group and I know for a fact, that person is very intelligent. Give them an oppurtunity and they will show you it is not about the person, but the oppurtunity. The ville is always looking for something to complain about. GROW UP!
look

Coffeyville, KS

#10 Mar 26, 2012
It all matters who you have in charge of the program to be successfull. Coffeyville didnt have much of a chance with who all (so called higher UPS) had their fingers in the program.

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