The initial training to become an Emergency Medical Technician. Click Here for Details
Required refresher session for Emergency Medical Technicians to renew their credential.Click Here for Details
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Online sessions allow EMTs to obtain required EMT continuing education credits.Click Here for Details
Entry-level program to train non-transport EMS providers such as police officers, fire-fighters, and others expected to provide initial care before EMS arrives (formerly called First Responder).Click Here for Details
A useful bundle of programs that addresses the many needs of the average BLS EMS agency including training, medical direction, and support for in-house training needs.Click Here for Details
Simulation is a training tool that provides students with a rich learning experience and is credited with improving performance at many clinical institutions.Click Here for Details
The Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) program is the National Standard Curriculum course for individuals who will respond to emergencies but generally not provide transportation to the hospital. It is popular with police officers, fire-fighters, camp counselors, industrial first responders, and others with a duty to respond to sudden illness or injury victims.
Course Length: 52 hours
Intended Audience: Police officers, fire-fighters, camp counselors, industrial first responders, and others with a duty to respond to sudden illness or injury victims.
Card Issued: 2 Year course completion