Let’s recognize our 2023 Paramedic and Emergency Medical Technician course graduates, and those who have completed the rigorous post-school training and evaluation to be released as independent providers in Loudoun County!
Sterling Rescue volunteers are trained and certified to the same standards as Loudoun County Fire and Rescue career personnel. First, operational members complete training as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), becoming certified as an EMT at the National and State level. After the schooling, they complete additional practical training. This includes being evaluated during the performance of actual emergency calls, under the supervision of experienced providers. After meeting all requirements, they may be released as Attendants in Charge, qualified to independently lead an ambulance crew and provide support to the community. After serving as an EMT, members can advance to the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) and Paramedic levels, with additional schooling and practical experience.
Here are the Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad members who have completed these milestones so far in 2023:
Released as independent Providers:
Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians
Emergency Medical Technician Attendant in Charge
2023 Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Course Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician
Want to join a great team and receive free training like these members? Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad currently has openings for both operational and administrative volunteers. The operational volunteers serve as first responders, delivering emergency medical support to the community. The administrative volunteers perform a variety of support roles in areas such as recruiting, membership support, and business operations. No experience is required, and training is provided. See the Join section of this web site for more details on the requirements, expectations, and benefits. Come join us!