Prime Time Training, inc.

Prime Time Training, inc. is dedicated to providing the highest level of safety training for general industry, construction industry, and maritime industry. We also provide training for Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, Commercial Divers, Dive Rescue, Law Enforcement, Hyperbaric Medical Technicians, Nurses, and the general public. Medicine is an ever-evolving field. One thing that will never change is the need for highly skilled, compassionate professionals who are dedicated to patient assessment and care.

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Our staff of exceptionally qualified, motivated and experienced instructors can offer this training to a wide variety of individuals. Training is provided in an intense, always accurate, up-to-date and educationally sound environment. Small class size and real world simulations maximize the student/instructor experience. Our programs reach a wide variety of industries including maritime services, remote duty locations, search and rescue, commercial diving, Fire/EMS, law enforcement, general industrial, construction and clinical hyperbarics. In addition, we offer consulting services and products which compliment our training and add to the overall safety of our clientele.


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Training & Services

Emergency Medical Technician

Basic and advanced emergency skills based upon the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administrations guidelines for National Registry EMT's

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Remote Medicine Health Care Provider

Within the Offshore Industry as well as other remote settings, medical care has seen some improvement to the approach of the health care provider being more independent and requiring a higher level of confidence and competence.

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Diving Supervisor

This program is designed to qualify the individual as an Air Diving Supervisor, Mixed Gas Diving Supervisor, or Bell/Saturation Diving Supervisor.

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Diving Medical Technician Certification

This program has been developed and meets the requirement of the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology.

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Saturation Life Support Technician

This program has been developed due to the significant need for highly trained and qualified personnel, primarily within the offshore oil and gas diving industry.

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Industrial Safety

Construction, maritime, shipyards, manufacturing, treatment plants, municapalities and general industry all require a multitude of safety training which Prime Time Training can provide.

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Emergency Medical Technician Training

Basic and advanced emergency skills based upon the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administrations guidelines for National Registry EMT's. This class varies from the basic land based EMS program in that offshore providers rarely work in teams and are located great distances from definitive medical facilities.

Training topics
Introduction to Emergency Medical Care
The Well-Being of the EMT-Basic
Medical legal and ethical issues
The Human body
Lifting and Moving patients
Airway Management
Scene Size-up
The Initial Assessment
Vital signs and SAMPLE History
Assessment of the Trauma Patient
Assessment of the Medical Patient
Ongoing Assessment
Communications
Documentation
General Pharmacology
Respiratory Emergencies
Cardiac Emergencies
Acute Abdominal Emergencies
Diabetic Emergencies
Environmental Emergencies
Behavioral Emergencies
Obstetrics and Gynecological Emergencies
Putting it all together for the medicals patient
Bleeding and Shock
Soft Tissue Injuries
Musculoskeletal Injuries
Injuries to the Head and Spine
Putting it all together for the Trauma patient
Infants and Children
Geriatric patients
Ambulance operations
Gaining Access and Rescue operations
Special Operations
EMS Response to Terrorism
Advanced Airway Management

Practical evolutions pertain to all subjects listed above. Simulations are designed to simulate true offshore situations utilizing accurate wound simulators and makeup.

Course Content Length 204 hours

Academic requirements: 41 chapters consisting of 8 module exams and final exam. All module exams are averaged and consist of 50% of the student grade. Final exam equals 50% of the student final grade. Minimum passing grade is 75%. All lab and practical evolutions are pass/fail.

Diving Medical Technician Certification Training

This program has been developed and meets the requirement of the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology. Qualified divers who have completed an emergency medical technician course can become either a Diving Medical Technician - Basic or Advanced. Our program stresses the need for each diving medical technician to be able to treat and diagnose diving related illness and treat it under the direction of a diving medicine physician.

Training topics
Review of Diving Physics
Anatomy/Physiology of the Ear and Hearing
Barotrauma (Squeeze and External Otitis)
Inner Ear Barotrauma
Anatomy of the Chest
Respiratory Physiology
Physical Examination of the Chest
Pulmonary Overinflation Syndromes
Bubble Theory
Decompression Sickness
Neurological Examination
Treatment Table Review
Adjunctive Therapy
Drugs and Diving
Altitude Decompression
Physical Examination of Divers
Women and Diving
Central Nervous System Oxygen Toxicity
Pulmonary Oxygen Toxicity
Hypoxia
Carbon Dioxide Retention (Hypercapnia)
Inert Gas Narcosis
Effects of Carbon Monoxide Toxicity
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Breath Hold Diving
Drowning and Near Drowning
Hypothermia
Insertion of IV's
Medication Administration
Suturing
Electrocardiograms
Hearing Conservation Program and Medical Exam
Underwater Work Hazards
Blasts
Shocks
Toxic Gas Exposure
Dangerous Marine Life
Differential Diagnosis of Diving Accidents
Saturation Diving and High Pressure Nervous Syndrome
Dysbaric Osteonecrosis

Course Content Length 84 hours

Practical - Lab: Practical is conducted in a laboratory environment, which includes practical evaluation of student knowledge base. Hands-on practical exams conducted in a highly stressed environment with frequent "Simulations" performed by the students to demonstrate understanding of the management of diving and non-diving situations.



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Remote Medicine Health Care Provider

Within the Offshore Industry as well as other remote settings, medical care has seen some improvement to the approach of the health care provider being more independent and requiring a higher level of confidence and competence. Their responsibilities and roles are expanding as are the demands placed on them to provide quality health care. In order to meet these demands and better prepare Remote Medicine Healthcare Provider, training is a necessity. The Remote Medicine Healthcare Provider Course is such a program and is directed at the DMT, EMT level. Here the Medic, as he or she is called, is exposed to clinical subjects taught by a staff of highly skilled personnel (Physicians, Nurses, Physician Assistants, and the like).

Training topics
Utilization of Primary Care Screeners
SOAP Note
Orthopedics
The Eye
Dermatology
Ear, Nose, and Throat
Respiratory System
The Heart and Blood Vessels
Neurological System
Gastrointestinal System
Genitourinary System
Sexually Transmitted Disease
Endocrine System
Pharmacology - Medical Therapeutics

Course Content Length 120 hours

Course goals and objectives:

  1. To give the Medic a better understanding of the clinical aspects of medicine in a primary care setting.
  2. To expose Medics to the techniques of obtaining a history, performing a physical exam and recording their findings in an outpatient record.
  3. To learn the signs, symptoms and therapy for medical problems that are common to the primary care screening process.

Course content: The Remote Medicine Health Care Provider Course is divided into modules that cover specific areas of medicine. The topics include: Dermatology, Eye, ENT, Neurology, Cardiology, Pulmonary, Gastrointestinal, Orthopedics, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Infectious Diseases, Endocrinology, and Pharmacology. Each module contains sections on anatomy and physical examination and a number of common medical problems presented in a SOAP format. The course is designed to be presented over a period of eighty hours. Written tests and quizzes, a mid-term and a comprehensive final exam will be given. A practical examination will also be used to evaluate the student's ability to perform a physical examination. Instructors will draw upon personal knowledge and experience and demonstrate the physical examination techniques required for each section.

Saturation Life Support Technician

This program has been developed due to the significant need for highly trained and qualified personnel, primarily within the offshore oil and gas diving industry. Saturation diving has evolved from its infancy to today's highly technical and safest mode of diving in the world. In order to maintain this high level of safety, qualified operators are need on a daily basis. The LST-A program is designed to prepare the individual student to work under the direction of a fully qualified LST and Saturation Diving Supervisor or LSS. Upon successful completion of this course, along with the required hours in the field, each individual will be evaluated by his/her employer and a determination will be made as to LST qualification.
This program meets or exceeds OSHA, USCG, ADCI and IMCA requirements.

Training topics
LST Responsibilities
Diving Physics
Underwater Physiology
Saturation Theory
Saturation Medical Considerations
Saturation Systems
Operational Consideration
Logistics
Atmosphere Control
Atmosphere Contamination
Gas Requirements
Gas Systems
Life Support Systems
Monitoring Systems
Blender Set up and Use
Physical Examination of Divers
Excursion Tables
Abort Schedules
Compression Rates
Saturation Decompression / Compression
Diver Breathing Systems
Thermal Protection Systems
Saturation Diving Safety
Emergency Procedures
Operational Procedures
Saturation System Set up
Pressurization
Post Dive Procedures
A.D.C.I. Consensus Standards
OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart T Diving Requirements
U.S. Coast Guard 46 CFR Diving Requirements

Course Content Length 84 hours

Course Completion Requirements: Each student will be required to complete the required content hours, all homework requirements and practical evolutions. The minimum passing grade to be certified as an LST-A is 75%. Students requiring additional instruction will be afforded such each class day at the completion of the days training. All diving physics mathematical examinations will require each student to obtain a grade of 80%.



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Diving Supervisor

This program is designed to qualify the individual as an Air Diving Supervisor, Mixed Gas Diving Supervisor, or Bell/Saturation Diving Supervisor. Each individual must already be a diver and qualified in each mode of diving prior to becoming a Diving Supervisor. Upon completion of this program, individuals will have gained the knowledge required to become a safe, effective, and qualified diving supervisor.

Training topics
Diving Physics
Diving Medicine
Environmental Conditions
Communications
Documentation
Supervision & Planning
Equipment & System Standards
Diving Procedures
Chambers
Safe Practice
OSHA Commercial Diving Standards
U.S. Coast Guard Commercial Diving Standards
A.D.C.I. Consensus Standards

Course Content Length 40 hours

Industrial Safety Training

Construction, maritime, shipyards, manufacturing, treatment plants, municapalities and general industry all require a multitude of safety training which Prime Time Training can provide. We also offer onsite audits, procedure development, technical writing, program development and program management.

Available training topics
C.P.R. Training
First Aid Training
General Industry 10 & 30 Hour Outreach Training
Construction Industry 10 & 30 Hour Outreach Training
Safety Trained Supervisor Training
General industry, construction, and maritime training to meet CFR requirements of OSHA, USCG, and EPA
Available services
Onsite Audits
Procedure Development
Technical Writing
Program Development
Program Management
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All training can be provided onsite at your facility anywhere in the world.



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Prime Time Training, inc
PO Box 117
Hampton, VA 23669
P: (757) 329-8295

Prime Time Training, inc. is dedicated to providing the highest level of safety training for general industry, construction industry, and maritime industry.

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