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Certified Voting Results

Votes were certified on 06/20/22


Robert Cabral   ·  06/20/22

Vote: Recommend


Alan Price   ·  06/21/22

Vote: Recommend


Greg Bormann   ·  06/22/22

Vote: Recommend


Debbie Newcomb   ·  06/27/22

Vote: Do not recommend

Comment: This program will complete with the program at VC and other colleges nearby. Allan Hancock College and Glendale College are also preparing to add paramedic programs. These relatively local programs will pull from the available clinical resources, preceptor for field capstone training, and the number of qualified EMTs prepared to enter a paramedic program. These three programs will impact the existing program enrollments at Ventura College. Adding another program in Ventura County would be too many too close together. Per the regional planning committee which grants access to clinical resources in Ventura County, no new programs will be allowed to enter the system until former levels of access are returned to the currently participating programs. For the last decade, clinical access has been decreased for various reasons at each clinical site. There has been no indication that those placements will be given back to programs in the near future, let alone have space to add new programs. VC has capacity for another cohort, which will avoid the unnecessary duplication of equipment , preceptors, and clinical sites.


Margaret Lau   ·  06/28/22

Vote: Recommend

Comment: MC's paramedic program will not likely impact AHC's program enrollments or operations. However, I must defer to VCCCD to determine whether there may be unintended impacts on VC's paramedic program.


Isaac Rodriguez Lupercio   ·  07/06/22

Vote: Do not recommend