Hey, Corvette! I know you posted this a long time ago but I just joined. I'm a retired 91V (68V) and now I'm an instructor at the Interservice Respiratory Therapy Program (aka 68V course). A lot has changed. Have you been keeping up to date?
Posts: 54 | Location: Fort Sam Houston, Texas | Registered: 28 June 2011
I am not a RPSGT, and just finished all the coursework via TESC that was required. What or who do I need to contact in order to be able to sit for the CRT. I am aware that there had been some changes to the program, but from what SFC Duhon had told me (I worked with him at Seton Hospital as I was running the sleep lab there) the old rules and consortium agreement still stood for my situation. I emailed Mr. Abrahms but it was returned as non-deliverable. Could you point me in the direction I need to be in to finally finish? I also just finished my AS in Biology, and intend to keep going until I can get into med school. The CRT and RRT are going to be crucial during med school application to put me ahead as a non traditional applicant. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org