Welcome to Clark University Hybrid Splash

Our next Splash will be November 13, 2022!

ESP Biography

KYLE WAITES, EMT-Basic working on Clark University EMS

Major: Psychology

College/Employer: Clark

Year of Graduation: 2015

Picture of Kyle Waites

Brief Biographical Sketch:

I am a senior at Clark, and have been working on Clark EMS for Four years. I am a fully qualified EMT- Basic certified through the national EMT registry and the state of Massachusetts as well as New Hampshire. I have a great passion for what I do and want to give others the knowledge to handle an emergency situation in a fun and interesting way.

Past Classes

  (Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)

X453: Saving Lives and Taking Names: Basic First Aid 101 in Splash Spring 2015 (Apr. 25, 2015)
This course will combine both lecture and hands on demonstrations of basic first aid that can be used in medical emergencies. Taught by the trained EMT's and First Responders of Clark University EMS. This class is tailored to teach the average person to react to medical emergencies. All levels and interest are welcome to attend.The idea of this course is anyone should be able to learn the material. The hands on part will give more specialized age appropriate information.

X347: Saving Lives and Taking Names: Basic First Aid 101 in Splash Fall 2014 (Nov. 16, 2014)
Clark EMS will be putting on a lecture and hands on training of how to handle emergencies .

X227: Saving Lives and Taking Names: Basic First Aid 101 in Splash Spring 2014 (Apr. 13, 2014)
A lecture and hands on course in basic knowledge of first aid to help in emergency situations. Taught by the trained First Responders and EMTs of Clark University EMS. Students will get pro tips and interesting information on how to handle many common emergencies.

X164: Saving Lives and Taking Names: Basic Frst Aid 101 in Splash Fall 2013 (Nov. 16, 2013)
This course will be an interactive training in some basic first aid skill with instructions and fun interactions with real emergency medical personnel, from Clark University Emergency Medical Squad.