Optimizing Airway Management without medication for ALS providers

  • Learn critical airway management techniques — including use of video laryngoscopy and other advanced imaging devices, extraglottic devices, and cricothyrotomy.
  • Learn a simple approach to airway assessment.
  • Work with experienced faculty who know the unique challenges facing EMS providers.
  • Use proven airway devices in small group sessions.
  • Practice decision-making and airway techniques in Code AirwayTM stations.
  • Face the most challenging patient scenarios in a no-risk environment.
  • Meet your continuing education requirements. This one-day course is approved by CAPCE.

Hands-on Training in Crucial Airway Topics:

  • Difficult and failed airway management
  • Video laryngoscopy and other advanced imaging devices
  • Pediatric airway management
  • Endotracheal tube introducers (bougie)
  • Surgical cricothyrotomy
  • Extraglottic devices
  • CPAP and BiPAP
  • Confirmation with capnography

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Essentials of Advanced Airway Management

Kortrijk, Belgium

June 3, 2024

VIVES Kortrijk

+32 495 34 70 85 

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Course Fees:

Course fees vary. Please contact the Authorized Training Center in your area for more information.

Become a Training Center

For further information about becoming an Authorized Training Center please contact Dennis Taylor at 336-293-8068 or [email protected]

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CE Credits 

This CE activity is accredited for 8.0 Advanced CEH by Airway Management Education Center, an organization accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE).
CAPCE Activity #: 23-AMEC-F2-0003. Provider #: AMEC1227.

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Essentials of Advanced Airway Management

0700 - 0800


0800 - 0900


0900 - 1030

Four Essential Skills to Prevent & Manage the Difficult Airway

1030 - 1045


1045 - 1245

Skills Rotations:
BMV, EGAs, Endotracheal Intubation, Surgical Airways

1245 - 1315


1315 - 1345

Pediatric Airways

1345 - 1415

Lecture (Course Director's Choice):
Non-Invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation (NIPPV)
- OR -
Care of the Intubated Patient

1415 - 1430


1430 - 1630

Code Airway™ Stations
Adult Trauma, Adult Medical, Pediatrics

Additional Skills Stations
Unique EMS Situations, NIPPV and Transport Ventilator

(Instructor to choose 4 sessions from the above options)

1630 - 1700

Written Self-Test

1700 - 1730

Interactive Review of Test


Regional Course Directors

Name Email Area
Rudy Princi [email protected] USA: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island
Fred Ellinger [email protected] USA: Delaware, Washington DC, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania
Michael Keller [email protected] USA: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
Dennis Taylor [email protected] USA: Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas

South America: Brazil
Cory Cox [email protected] USA: Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Alaska
Joey Loehner [email protected] USA: Arkansas, Arizona, California, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas

South America: Ecuador
James Habstritt [email protected] Canada: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
Jamie Todd [email protected] Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Hungary, Former Yugoslavia (Bosnia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Serbia), Albania, Greece, Turkey, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Romania, Bulgaria and Moldova, Algeria, Israel, Saudi Arabia, South Africa
Estevão Lafuente, MD [email protected] Portugal, Spain, Gibraltar, Andorra
John Bastian Etti [email protected] Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Carl Haentjens [email protected] Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, France