Rodney Bay, July 1, 2016: The Saint Lucia Association of EMS Educators (SLAEMSE) wishes to inform the public of its formal launch on June 24, 2016 at the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA) Conference/Training Center, Rodney Bay.
The Association is registered with the Ministry of Social Transformation, Local Government and Community Development as of May 31, 2016. The Board of Directors are as Follows:
President – Ms. Temsey George V
ice President – Mr. Charlton Felix Andrew
Secretary – Ms. Zephania Frederick
Treasurer/Medical Director – Dr. Sheryline Joseph
Communications/Public Relations – Mr. Craig Herman
Floor Member – Mrs. Regina Posvar
Floor Member – Ms. Micaiah Felix
The Board of Directors of Saint Lucia Association of Emergency Medical Services Educators (SLAEMSE) compri ses key representative internationally certified EMS Educators from each component of the EMS System i.e. EMS (Ambulance Services, Police and Fire Departments respectively, Medical Director (Hospital Level Care) and Nursing with Prehospital Emergency Medical Services background.
SLAEMSE’s mission is to Development and implement internationally accepted standards for EMS, EMS Education and EMS Educators, while provide resources to individuals and organizations that will foster excellence in EMS education and training.
The vision of SLAEMSE is to be the foremost resource within Saint Lucia’s EMS educational community. Set the national standards for EMS Education and EMS Educator in keeping with internationally accepted standards. Guide legislation development for EMS Education and EMS. Ensure continuity and sustenance of standards of EMS Education
Leadership. SLAEMSE will develop and support international standards of excellence improving learning and workplace performance in EMS Practise.
Information. SLAEMSE will be the leading source of information on International Standard EMS education and training. Our organization will promote the worldwide exchange of information.
Research. SLAEMSE will support the development, investigation, evaluation, and publication of innovative and effective educational methods.
Networking and Partnerships. SLAEMSE will promote professional networking and form partnerships with individuals and organizations resulting in improved learning and workplace performance.
Development. SLAEMSE will create opportunities for continual learning and professional development for itself as an organization, its members and all individuals involved in EMS education and training throughout the island of Saint Lucia.