This year will be my fourth year working for a private company that provides both 911 and IFT services for the county. It's not an overly busy system but we run ~10,000 calls annually and have fairly progressive protocols. We carry ventilators and IV pumps on every truck with standing order for field initiation with RSI so I have CCT experience with that and transfers. I recently took UMBC's CCT class and can now write CCEMTP after my name. I have a little under a year experience in a local ED as a tech as well, however I recently quit there. I would like to get serious about applying for flight jobs after my 5th year at my current location. My goals over the next year are to pass the FP-C(scheduled for next month, take NRP, recert for national registry, and would like to become an instructor for a card class. I would like to get some more experience in the ER because I did enjoy the change of pace, however just didn't care for the one I worked at. Is there anything else education wise or as far as padding my resume I should look into?