(Instructor) Manage Scenario Templates [EMS]

Erika Jensen -

Under Scenarios, you will select Manage Scenario Templates from the drop-down.

School Scenarios

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On the Instructor – Scenario Templates page, you will see all templates for scenarios created by your school under the School Scenarios tab.

Click View in the Actions column to view more information about the scenario and view any prerequisite lab skills.

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PlatinumEd Scenarios

Platinum Educational Group has crafted 53 validated scenarios for you to use under the PlatinumEd Scenarios tab.

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These scenarios have been validated by our medical educators as well as by our medical director.  They are written and laid out to match the NREMT Scenario Template and are fully customizable.

Click View in the Actions column to view more information about the scenario and view any prerequisite lab skills.

Add New Scenario Template

If you would like to build your own scenario template(s), click the Add New Scenario Template button in the red header.

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Add the Name and description of the scenario on the top of the screen.

You can then choose an existing template to create your new template from or start from scratch. If you choose to use an existing template, the skills and documents will be copied as well.

Click the Submit button to add your new scenario template.

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You will then select the required lab skills and documents to include in your template.

Note: If you are creating a new template from scratch, click the Inactive toggle to see all skills to choose form.

The Filter Skills area helps you view skills by Skill Groups, while also toggling Active or Inactive skills.

Under the Required Skills tab, click the checkbox next to the skills you would like students to already have completed successfully on the lab side before they are ready to join this scenario.

Under the Documents tab, either click the blue area to browse to a file or drag your files into the blue area to upload them.

Click the Save button to save your information.

You now have a scenario template you can use to create a new scenario within the next section.

 

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