Recently the National Disaster Life Support Foundation conducted research into adding electronic textbooks as an option for students taking the CDLS, BDLS and the ADLS course. During our research we discovered the websiteadvertising the 3.0 versions of each of the ...Read the rest of this topic
Reminder to all course instructors: Your 2015 Faculty Disclosure Forms should be completed as soon as possible.
NOTICE: Log in to the NDLSF Learning Management System now requires a secure log in. The log in page will now display https:// in the URL. This will ensure your log in credentials are secure.
The 2015 Faculty Disclosure Forms are now due for all instructors who will be teaching CDLS, BDLS, ADLS or instructor courses in 2015. The disclosure form only needs to be filled out one time and is good for all NDLS courses taught throughout 2015. There is no need to fill out a new disclosure ...Read the rest of this topic
The National Disaster Life Support Foundation would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest Basic training center. The center is located at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) in Spartanburg, SC. and will function under the leadership of Dr. Darlene Myles as the program medical director. She will be assisted by April Rhoden who will serve as course coordinator for VCOM. Please join us as we welcome VCOM to our growing family of NDLS traning centers.