Curt Newport, NREMT, Owner, AHA Regional Faculty-Virginia (BLS), CPR Instructor, EMS Evaluator, Food Safety Instructor
Curt Newport is the Owner of Newport Enterprises. As the Lead CPR Instructor for the most classes, Curt trains hundreds of participants every year in lifesaving CPR and BLS classes. Additionally, Curt supervises a team of instructors, many of whom are actual 911 First Responders, who each bring real life experience and professional acumen to the classroom. Curt carries Instructor and Master Trainer certifications from the American Heart Association (AHA) and the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI). Additionally, Curt is currently appointed as Regional BLS Faculty for the American Heart Association in the Virginia region.
Curt has trained, literally, thousands of people, ranging in rank and tenure from the newest manager to Senior Management and Executive Level Teambuildings. He is an accomplished public speaker, routinely addressing groups of dozens, if not hundreds of participants. Curt is certified to deliver programs from Covey Leadership (Seven Habits of Highly Effective People and First Things First), as well as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, among others.
Curt has been training groups of all sizes since 1995. Curt has also been a Volunteer Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) since 1998, responding to 911 calls in his community on a BLS or ALS Ambulance, and has also trained as a Reserve Firefighter. Curt has served as the Public Relations Officer and Logistics Officer for the Rescue Squad. He currently holds the rank of Assistant Chief, and leads a team of twelve EMTs and Paramedics at least one night every week for two different Rescue Squads.
Curt is an EMT Evaluator for the Virginia Office of EMS, as well as the Northern Virginia EMS Council.
Curt has also worked as a baseball umpire since 1992, and volleyball official since 2007, working varsity sports throughout Northern Virginia, as well as coaching and officiating youth soccer.
Curt and his wife, Leigh, live in Loudoun County, Virginia, with their two sons.
Elizabeth Coberly, MS-Ed, Aquatics Instructor, BLS Instructor, Food Safety Instructor
Elizabeth holds Instructor Certifications from the American Red Cross, American Heart Association, Aerobics & Fitness Association of America, National Swimming Pool Foundation, and many more, and has instructed CPR, First Aid and related courses for more than two decades. She currently also teaches in the School of Recreation, Health, & Tourism at George Mason University and with the Physical Education & Recreation department at Lord Fairfax Community College. Elizabeth has been working in the aquatic industry for over 20 years. During that time, she has worked in nearly every type of aquatic position. She also holds positions with multiple local Parks & Recreation Departments as well as private companies in order to offer courses to the public.
Elizabeth holds a MEd in Recreation Administration from the University of Toledo where she served as a Graduate Assistant in Aquatics and she is a Certified Recreational Sports Specialist through the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association. She is currently working toward a PhD in Recreation and Leisure Behavior with a research focus in Folklore. Elizabeth leads our Aquatics offerings, in addition to teaching CPR, and Food Safety. Elizabeth is able to deliver our courses in English and in Spanish.
Elizabeth and her family live in Clarke County, Virginia
Tristan Williams, Medical Assistant, EMT-I, BLS Instructor
Ted Williams, Firefighter/EMT, BLS Instructor
Tristan has been involved with volunteer Fire and Rescue departments for nearly 15 years as both a BLS and an ALS provider. Tristan has been an American Heart Association BLS Instructor since 2002, and has instructed for hundreds of students both in and out of Fire and Rescue. Ted has been with Fire and Rescue for just as long, and is responsible for training First Responders in Basic Life Support, as well.
Currently, Tristan works as a Medical Assistant in Central Virginia, attending to patients on a regular basis, and teaches 3-4 classes a month, and Ted continues to serve as a volunteer Firefighter.
The Williams family lives in Richmond, Virginia.
Debra Loff-Like, MS, NREMT-P, BLS Instructor, ACLS/PALS Instructor
Sarah Lindquist, EMT-I, BLS Instructor
Bit Skelly, EMT, BLS Instructor
Bit is retired from the US Government, and has been a volunteer in Fire/Rescue since 2010, currently as an Emergency Medical Technician. Bit serves at least one night a week in 911 response, and lives in Loudoun County, Virginia.
Mary Beth Henry, EMT, BLS Instructor, EMT Evaluator
Mary Beth has been a volunteer EMT since 2007, and teaches a variety of BLS, CPR and First Aid courses throughout the Metro Washington DC Area. Mary Beth also operates her own business, full time, and lives in Fairfax County, Virginia.
Maggie Arnone, EMT-I, BLS Instructor
Mary Beth has been a volunteer in Fire/Rescue since 2010, and teaches a variety of BLS, CPR and First Aid courses throughout the Metro Washington DC Area. Maggie also works in a Pediatricians office in Loudoun County, providing outstanding patient care and education.
James Grant, Firefighter/EMT, BLS Instructor
James has followed his family bloodlines, and is a third generation Firefighter/EMT in Loudoun County. James is also a Heavy Rescue Technician, and works for a private ambulance transport company. James teaches CPR and First Aid throughout Northern Virginia, and lives in Loudoun County with his wife and son.
Scott Maurice, EMT, BLS Instructor, EMS Evaluator
Scott has been a volunteer EMT in Loudoun County since 2008, and currently holds the rank of Lieutenant and Crew Chief, supervising over a dozen EMTs and Paramedics providing patient care. Scott is also an EMT Evaluator for the Virginia Office of EMS, and assists in EMT Instruction for the EMT Program at Northern Virginia Community College.
Scott lives in Loudoun County with his family.
Rick Myers, EMT, BLS Instructor, BLS Training Center Faculty
Rick has been a volunteer EMT in Loudoun County since 2008, and currently volunteers one night per week as a first responder in an active rescue squad. Rick is a retired US Navy Officer, and is currently studying law. Rick also serves as BLS Training Center Faculty for Loudoun County Fire Rescue services.
Rick lives in Northern Virginia with his wife.