TX Wing Medical Orientation Training School
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This site lists Civil Air Patrol's upcoming Cadet Special Activities (CSAs). It includes national activities and those wing and region activities approved to receive the CSA ribbon. These activities are designed to explore civilian and military aerospace careers, provide flight training, develop leadership, and enhance emergency services skills. Typically, advertisements for activities we plan to offer in Winter are posted here by mid-October, and spring/summer activities are posted by mid-December. A list of past activities is under the "Helpful Links" section of this web page under the title "eServices Event/Activity Preference Numbers."
NCSA Registration Status Updates
Please note activities that appear as "not scheduled" on NCSAS.com, don’t have confirmed dates, but we are working to host the activity unless noted that the activity has cancelled. Encampment requirement is removed for some activities. Look at the activity ad page to see if it is required. EServices Registration & Payment System is OPEN for Christmas Break activity applications. Applications submitted in eServices through 14 Oct for Christmas Break, 20 Nov for winter, and 15 Jan for summer are considered "On-Time" and are given priority placement into "primary" status. Use this "Apply Online" link to access the application site on eServices. Notifications of Christmas Break placements go out by 21 Oct, and winter placements go out by mid to late December. Spring placements are as outlined on their advertisements on this site. Notifications for summer applicants will go out on or about 1 March and as activities fill vacancies after 1 March. Those cadets who remain on alternate lists may be contacted at any time to fill a slot.
Use the following course numbers to verify you are selecting the correct activity in the eServices “Preferences” tab of your application. Activities appear alphabetically, but will have the course number next to them in the tab. You can download a sortable spreadsheet on the ncsas.com homepage for a complete listing of activity preference numbers. If you can't see the course number on your device, try changing the zoom on the page.
|eServices Short Name||Cadet Participant Course #||Staff Participant Course #||Activity Full Name|
|TXESA||447||449||Texas Wing - Medical Orientation and Training School Course|
Financial Support: Go to the eServices CadetInvest Module and apply for Cadet Lift and Take-Off Program Cadet (TOP), to be considered for needs-based financial assistance or NCSA scholarships. Also apply for flight scholarships. These programs are designed to offset costs associated with attending some NCSAs, as well as flight academies. They include payment of your activity fees and transportation to and from the activity. Go to the CadetInvest pages for more details. Deadline to apply for scholarships and financial assistance is 31 December. Being offered financial assistance is not a guarantee of acceptance into an activity. You must compete for and receive a slot at an activity. You will be notified if you are a recipient of financial aid/scholarship before you are required to accept or decline a slot at an activity.
Contact for Activity: email@example.com
Activity Website (if applicable): N/A
How to Apply:
Use the "Apply Online" link here or on the ncsas.com homepage to connect you to eServices' Registration and Payment System. Applicants will need to complete the application to include uploading the following documents in PDF format to the supplemental tab of their eServices application. All staff must apply via eServices, or they will not receive credit for the activity in their records. For staff applicants, you will be contacted to let you know whether or not you have not been selected. Applications will be accepted from 1 December onward. To be considered for priority placement status, the completed application including supplemental documents must be submitted by 15 January. Applications submitted after 15 January are accepted but are marked "late" and will be considered AFTER all applications submitted before the deadline. Priority timelines do not apply to staff applications.
Participants: No additional application instructions
Cadets: No additional application instructions
Senior Members: No additional application instructions
Completed encampment credit recorded in eServices when you apply
Age 14 by event start date
NOTE: Must be 16 years old to qualify for EMR certification through National Registry of EMTs. Course completion is good for 2 years.
Also must have accomplished the following by due dates given by activity staff prior to attendance. If you are interested in attending this year or in future, you can get a head start on these items.
a. CAPT 116 General Emergency Services (Through eServices AXIS Learning Management System)
b. ICS 100 also titled IS-100.C. Intro to the Incident Command System (Through FEMA Training Site)
c. IS 700 also titled IS-700.B National Incident Management System: An Introduction (Through FEMA Training Site)
d. CAPT 117 ES Continuing Education Exam - Part 1 (Through eServices AXIS Learning Management System)
e. ICUT Introductory Communications User Training (online training portion must be completed) (Through eServices AXIS Learning Management System)
f. Must submit have valid CPR card by time activity staff requires documentation
Same as participants plus
NOTE: Support staff must have previously attended and graduated from MOTS
NOTE: Instructors must have previously attended and graduated from Advanced MOTS
Same as participants plus
Completed a Cadet Protection Course within the last 48 months
Hold a current CAP driver's license
NOTE: Command staff positions require experience in CAP activity management
Actively participate in 80% of the contact hours and not dismissed early for behavior
Activity Director determines course objectives met
Achieve a minimum of 80% on end of course grade
To qualify for a "Course Completion" Certificate in order to sit for the National Registry of EMTs Emergency Medical Responders exam, the student must have 90% grade and 100% completed course competencies and meet the expectations of our EMS education partner, Tarrant County College EMS Program.
Activity Staff will provide transportation between Tyler Pounds Regional Airport, Tyler TX (KYTR) or Shreveport regional Airport, Shreveport, LA (KSHV) and the activity location.
Required Staff Training on TBD at TBD local.
The goal of Medical Orientation and Training School is to provide students the opportunity to learn basic life saving techniques for ill or injured patients while exploring the many careers available in the healthcare industry. The knowledge obtained allows graduates to provide assistance in their community to a variety of emergencies until higher trained responders can arrive. Additionally, the training provides opportunities for the students to experience command and support functions as identified in the National Incident Management System and learn to work in a team environment to accomplish goals specific to the care, treatment and extrication of injured patients.