|IAFCCP Delegate Program|
The mission of the IAFCCP Delegate Program is to provide local representation in every State to communicate the needs and current events between the IAFCCP and our members. The IAFCCP is committed to supporting volunteer representation to harbor professional development.
|The vision of the IAFP Delegate Program is to develop local representation into chapters that can fund and direct the future of Paramedics in the Critical Care Environment. Through the Delegates, Chapters and GLAC we plan to create a continuity of care through the expanded scope of practice supported by educational development throughout the country. The IAFCCP’s blueprint for a new EMS governing body in every State will assist in the development of continuity of care. By creating continuity in EMS, we build unity and this ultimately affects the professional development of Paramedics. |
The IAFCCP Delegate Program was established in 2002 with a vision from Ron Walter who believed the IAFCCP needed a better method of communicating information throughout our membership. The program continued to grow throughout the U.S. and has evolved to include increased representation with the grass roots effort of the Government and Legislative Affairs Committee.
|How Do I Become A Delegate?|
Do you wish to become involved within the IAFCCP? We are continually looking for motivated, independent people who thrive on becoming involved to help shape the future of Critical Care Paramedics. If you are an IAFCCP member in good standing and interested in becoming a Delegate:
|Roles Of The Delegate|
The IAFCCP Delegate is responsible for assisting the IAFCCP, communicating information between our organization and membership for a term of 2 to 4 years and may be extended based upon the needs of the Association. The Delegate shall be responsible to communicate via discussion board and monthly phone conferences to update the IAFCCP board and GLAC of current events. The Delegate shall develop and cultivate professional relationships with state/region officials and leaders within the critical care industry. The Delegate shall be able to provide articles for the IAFCCP and GLAC news publications, be eligible to serve on Special Interest Groups and Committees assigned by the Board and work with local IAFCCP members to develop Chapters should the interest present itself.
IAFCCP Delegate Program Coordinator