Difficult Airways

Workforce & Community Education

The Definitive EMS Airway Course!

EMS authorized training center logoLearn the full range of airway management techniques — including the use of video laryngoscopes and other advanced imaging devices, extraglottic devices, drug-assisted intubation and cricothyrotomy.

Work with expert faculty who know the unique challenges facing EMS providers.

Use proven airway devices in small group sessions.

Practice decision-making and airway techniques in code airwaytm simulations.

Face the most challenging patient scenarios in a no-risk environment. These include:

  • elevated ICP
  • pulmonary edema
  • cardiogenic shock
  • status asthmaticus
  • foreign body in the airway
  • direct airway trauma
  • multiple trauma with shock, and many more.

Continuing Education Credit

This CE activity is accredited for 16 Advanced CEH by First Airway LLC, an organization accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE). CAPCE Activity #: 20-FAWL-F2-0001. Provider #: FirstAir6610.

This CE activity is approved for 16 hours of Continuing Education Credit (category Airway, Respirations and Ventilation) by the Kansas Board of EMS via Cowley College’s Long Term Continuing Education Providership, Provider #KSPP5985.


August 3-4, 2020
8:00 am – 5:00 pm


Cowley College Sumner Campus in Wellington
Short General Education Center
2208 Davis-White Loop
Wellington, KS 67152


Chris Cannon



Fee must be received upon enrollment. No refunds will be made unless the class is cancelled by Cowley College.

TEXTBOOK (required)

The Walls Manual of Emergency Airway Management
ISBN-10: 1496351967
Available on Amazon!


Hotel information: Recommended lodging at the Hampton Suites.

Light breakfast foods and drinks will be provided each morning, and snacks and drinks will be provided in the afternoons. Lunch will be on your own. The Tiger Eatery is available on site.


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