West Coast Training Institute

Instructors

John Beltran

John Beltran

Instructor

John has been in the EMS Industry for over 20 plus years. His career in EMS began as a System Status Controller and then later transitioned to the field as an EMT. John demonstrated an aptitude for management and quickly established himself as an asset in the industry. John still maintains his EMT Certification and is an Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) Certified Instructor, American Red Cross Certified Instructor, HazWoper Certified Instructor and is also certified in IC-100, 200, 300, 700, and 800.

Joseph Diaz

Joseph Diaz

Instructor

Joseph assists the executive management team with the oversight of the operations. Because of his strong background in communications and technologies, Joseph also provides technical support for the various technologies employed in the company’s communications centers located in each of our Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego locations. In collaboration with our director of IT services, Joseph is involved in the long-term technological improvement of the company, including the design and maintenance of the company’s electronics systems design, configuration and implementation of new technologies for the communication center, billing, systems security, HIPAA compliance, radio communications, fleet maintenance data administration systems, and much more.

Jason Mauvais

Jason Mauvais

Clinical and Education Services Manager

Jason started in the EMS Field in 2006 working for Medix Ambulance in South Orange County, and joined the AmeriCare team in January of 2009. He started as an EMT, and began climbing the ranks until taking a promotion to Shift Supervisor for the then new Santa Monica Fire Contract. He used his years of 9-1-1 experience to train the 30 other EMTs in the division as they transitioned to running calls with the Santa Monica Fire Department. He worked full time as the “A Shift” Station Supervisor while completing Paramedic School, and then moved to the paramedic units once licensed and accredited. Jason worked in the field as a Paramedic until being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in May 2015. After a couple of surgeries, Jason bounced back to health and took an administrative role at West Coast Training Institute as the Clinical and Education Services Manager. He now oversees all training and QA/QI, and carries out the role of the Paramedic Coordinator from the Los Angeles division headquarters in Carson, CA.

Instructors