| Special Features
Low Density MOS Training
Straight from the abnormally underdeveloped brain of MEDTRNG's
developer comes this
idea. Utilizing existing web support for each MOS and ASI, to make a highly stable and attractive
site for those personnel looking for information on continuing
education, short courses and updates on the skills required to maintain
and advance skills in their fields. Look for more on this in the
about Medical Readiness Proficiency Training
Take medical sustainment training to the next level, and learn how to apply
these nifty individual and combined training modules in your unit!
On line Correspondence Courses
Check out these two courses Self-Aid/Buddy-Aid and Combat Health Support. Additional Internet based Correspondence Courses have been added to the RDL
Welcome to RefreshEMT.com
This web site provides reinforcement training through didactic information,
classroom work and written exams to help you meet the National Registry's
certification standards for both initial and recerts.
This web site is continually undergoing revisions!! Please keep checking back
Integrated Medical Curriculum (IMC)
This web site provides one of the finest collection of medical education materials on line.
IMC is the first integrated medical curriculum that links together the study of anatomy, physiology, histology,
pharmacology, immunology and medical ethics via the Internet.
The IMC features Gold Standard
Multimedia (GSM) highly regarded collection of medical education titles online, with the added benefit of internal integration offering links to related concepts between titles.
Combined Humanitarian Assistance Response Training
Humanitarian Assistance Response Training (CHART) is an introductory course
designed to provide basic information about complex emergencies in an
international arena to U. S. military service men and women.
Electronic MEDTRNG Newsletter
This is the third issue of the new electronic MEDTRNG Newsletter.
During the coming months we hope to improve and provide even more information regarding training issues and initiatives.
AMEDD Knowledge Exchange
The Knowledge Exchange (KE) is an Internet website located at https://ke.army.mil
and has been put in place to promote the sharing of knowledge across the
KE development and maintenance is under the direction of Knowledge
Services, Center for Healthcare Education and Studies, Leadership and
Instructional Innovations Branch, U.S. Army Medical Department Center and
The Primary objective of the KE is to host numerous strategies, tools and
commercial applications which benefit AMEDD Knowledge Management efforts. It is
a place where AMEDD business can be done and benefits realized through:
It is the aim of the KE that users of this site be able to measurably improve elements of their AMEDD Mission.
- improved collaboration
- efficient business practices
- effectively managed work activities
- just in time knowledge delivery
EMT Practice Tests Online
Prepares you for success with exclusive learning methods, combining proven
practice tests with unique test preparation and study materials.
Leading educators, top-notch career experts, and the professional developers
give you the most effective tools possible to learn exactly what you need to
know. It's your future. Don't let a test get in the way.
NOTE: Not all sites are free. Select the program of interest and follow the on-screen instructions.
LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT TEST
To review the Life cycle Management charts for either the Officer or Enlisted Life Cycle Management charts, first click on the appropriate
link. This will open up 50 individual worksheets for the Officer data and 35 worksheets for Enlisted data. The appropriate ASI/MOS's will be
identified at the bottom of the screen. Clicking on a hyperlinked course, will forward you to a simple output report providing information about
The AMEDDC&S is still in the process of verifying data so this information is subject to change. If any information is found to be in error, please contact DAS, and appropriate corrections will
be made. Hope that this information will be of benefit to the users of this system.
Your comments and suggestions for improvement are always welcome. Please e-mail
Weather Information Network (IWIN)
A user friendly interface to the weather.
This system is located at the National Weather
Service Headquarters in Silver Spring, Md. It obtains raw data from a
telecommunications gateway, satellites, and other multilayered redundant