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Audience:  ACLS  is designed for healthcare professionals who either direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest and other cardiovascular emergencies. This includes personnel in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care and critical care units.

Update/Renewal Pre-requisites: Participants in this course MUST have a current ACLS course completion card.  Participants must be able to recognize basic dysrhythmias.  Before the course participants must take the "Pre-Course Self Assessment" - Code ACLS15

Full 2-Day Course Pre-requisites: Participants must be able to recognize basic dysrhythmias. Before the course participants must take the "Pre-Course Self Assessment" - Code ACLS15

ACLS Course Content:

  • Basic life support skills, including effective chest compressions, use of a bag-mask device, and use of an AED
  • Recognition and early management of respiratory and cardiac arrest
  • Recognition and early management of peri-arrest conditions such as symptomatic bradycardia
  • Airway management
  • Related pharmacology
  • Management of ACS and stroke
  • Effective communication as a member and leader of a resuscitation team

ACLS Update/Renewal Content:  All ACLS content as listed above and the BLS course content.

Course Format / Time

Update/Renewal Course requires approximately 5-6 hours, including skills practice and skills testing.  Full 2 Day Course takes approximately 15 hours.  *course time based on 1 instructor: 6 student: 2 manikins

Classroom-based (instructor and video, with skills conducted throughout)

Minimum class sizeWe will not cancel a class due to a minimum class size.  We will hold the class even if only one student enrolls.

Enrollment Cut-off: Enrollment closes when the class is full.  Those that enroll within a few days fo the class may have their book held until the day of the class.

Certification: Upon completion of this course, students receive an American Heart Association ACLS e-Card via email.  e-Cards are valid for two years.  e-Cards are issued 1-2 business days after course completion.

One on one and discounted on-site training available.  Please contact us for details.

For answers to common questions, please see our Frequently Asked Question page for CPR.

Use of American Heart Association materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association.  Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the Association.

Advanced EMT
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Audience:  This course is for currently certified EMTs who are interested in advancing their certification to the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) level. 

Course Content:

  • Airway Management
  • Patient Assessment
  • Medical and Trauma Emergencies
  • Infants and Children
  • And much more

Course Format: Online with classroom hours for scenario and skill work.  

Course Length: 200+/- hours

  • Online Time:  We estimate the average student will spend 4-8+ hours per week completing required reading and online course work.
  • Required In-Classroom time: 40 +/- hours.  Classroom hours are used for skills and scenario sessions.
  • Clinical Length: 80+/- hours at a hospital and/or ambulance.

Course Cost: $1495.00   This price includes the courses, books, lab fees, and handouts. 

Additional Costs: NREMT cognitive and psychomotor exam, uniform components, 

Deposit: $300.00 non-refundable deposit required when you click the "enroll now" link.  This non-refundable deposit is applied to the course fee.  Optional Payment Plan Details

Financing: To finance the cost of the course, put the full cost of the course in the deposit field during checkout, then choose PayPal as the payment option.  When checking out on the PayPal screen choose "Bill Me Later ".  This will allow you to finance the payments.

Additional student costs: NREMT written and practical testing fees, immunizations, criminal background checks, drug test, uniform pants, uniform shirt, boots, online A&P Medical Terminology (59.00) and other incidental costs.

Prerequisites: CPR certified in either AHA or Red Cross, EMT or EMT-B provider.  Internet access, video recorder and printing capability required.

Students are required to obtain and bring into class proof of the following immunizations by the 3rd week of class. They are:

  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR): either proof of MMR immunization within the last 8 years or a positive titer (a blood draw showing that immunization already exists).
  • Tetanus (DT, DPT or TD): immunization must be within the last 10 years.Negative TB skin test (PPD): skin test date must be less than 6 months before beginning your clinical rotation. Persons with a history of a positive PPD must provide documentation of a recent chest x-ray and a review of symptoms within the past 12 months. If a chest x-ray is abnormal, clinician clearance must also be provided.
  • Varicella (Chicken Pox): Documentation of both varicella vaccine shots, or a positive varicella titer.
  • Hepatitis B vaccine series: documentation showing that the Hepatitis B series of immunizations (total of three doses) has been started by the end of the first month of class, or, documentation showing a positive Hep B titer.

 For more information on these shots/titers, please call our Health Services office at 603-668-5360.

Certification: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be eligible to take the National Registry of EMTs test for Advanced EMT certification.

Whether the people you train are working toward certification, trying to keep their skills current, or simply interested in being prepared to help save lives, eLearning is the most up-to-date, flexible way to do it all!

Self-paced eLearning takes advantage of advances in technology and instructional design to deliver specific courses in a format that maximizes flexibility and consistency, while also saving you time and money.

With eLearning:

  • students can work at their own pace, taking more time when needed
  • instructors can use classroom time more effectively to assess and evaluate students' skills
  • organizations can reach large numbers of students in a small amount of time -- making eLearning a cost-effective way to expand training!

 

  • You'll find resources that enable people with Internet access to learn
    what they need to know, whenever and wherever they like.
    Courses available in eLearning format:
    2015 American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines For CPR And Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) Science In-Service Online
    Basic Life Support (BLS) For Healthcare Providers Online Part 1
    HeartCode® BLS Part 1
    HeartCode® ACLS Part 1
    HeartCode® PALS Part 1
    Heartsaver® CPR AED Online Part 1
    Heartsaver® First Aid Online Part 1
    Heartsaver® First Aid CPR AED Online Part 1
    Heartsaver® Pediatric First Aid CPR AED Online Part 1
    Heartsaver® Bloodborne Pathogens Online
    Learn:® Rapid STEMI ID
    Learn:® Rhythm Adult
    Learn:® Rhythm Pediatric
    Acute Stroke Online
    Instructor Essentials courses
    Structured And Supported Debriefing
    When ordering an online course access key, please be sure to include your e-mail address when you order. The access key and instructions on how to log in and register for the course will be e-mailed to you, usually within 1 business day.
    Note: eLearning courses are for individual use only. You must purchase one course for each student trained. Courses with "Part 1" in the title require skills practice (Part 2) and a skills test (Part 3) with a certified American Heart Association instructor or skills evaluator. Some courses are not compatible with Mac® computers. See individual item descriptions for more information.
als exams

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National Registry of EMTs ALS Psychomotor Exam

Exam Fee: Full Exam: $250.00 (Same day retests are free.  Although we make every attempt to do same day retests, we reserve the right to limit the number of re-tests.)  

Retests: $50.00 for the first station and $30 each additional station.  4+ stations retests pay the full exam fee.

Exam Length:  Exams start promptly at 8:00 am.  All candidates must be at the exam at 7:00 am.  The listed 4:00 pm end time is just an estimate and the exam may run later than that.

Lodging:  For those that want to stay in the area prior to the exam, we recommend searching HOTELS.COM to search for accommodations.

Registration closes 10 business days before the exam date.  After that date, we cannot accept any additional enrollments.  This is not our rule, and we are unable to make exceptions.

Exam fees are non-refundable after enrollment unless the exam is canceled.

Exam Review Session:  From 6-8 pm the evening before the exam, we will offer an equipment review session.  This will allow you to preview the equipment and practice with some of the equipment.  This is a self-paced session with some instructor oversight.  The non-refundable fee for this session is $75.00 and must be paid during the enrollment process.  If you elect to add this session after you enroll in the exam, the non-refundable fee will be $85.00.

Fast Lane Option:  This option will place your name in a quicker rotation than the rest of the testing candidates allowing you to complete the stations at a quicker pace.  This option only allows you to complete the stations quicker but does not guarantee that you will receive your results quicker.  If you have to re-test a station due to a failure that day, you will have to wait until re-tests begin, and then you will be in a normal rotation for re-tests.

SPECIAL NOTICE TO NH STUDENTS OR NH RESIDENTS:

If you completed your course in New Hampshire or if you are a resident of New Hampshire, the State of New Hampshire Bureau of EMS will review your qualification to take this exam. The state has until 5 business days prior to the exam to clear you. At any point during the process, they may revoke your eligibility to take the exam. If they do this, they will contact you and we will work with you on a refund or a future exam spot.  This process does not apply to applicants who took their course outside of New Hampshire and are not a resident of New Hampshire.

REGISTRATION DIRECTIONS:

Step 1: Obtain your Psychomotor Authorization to Test (PATT) from the NREMT website.

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO OBTAIN YOUR PATT

Step 2:  Continue your registration by clicking "ENROLL NOW" under the date of the exam you wish to attend.



 

bls card

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Audience:  This course is for healthcare professionals who need to know how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills, in a wide variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings. 

This course is good for those who have never taken a CPR course and for those that are renewing their card.

This Basic Life Support CPR/AED course was previously called the Healthcare Provider course.

Course Content:

  • 1 and 2 rescuer CPR for Adult, Child, and Infant
  • Conscious and Unconscious Choking for victims of all ages
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) use and special considerations
  • Rescue Breathing, Bag Valve Masks, and Advanced Airways

Course Format: Classroom-based (instructor and video, with skills conducted throughout)

Course Length3.5 Hours +/-       Course Cost$85.00.   Groups of 2 or more:  80.00

Minimum class sizeWe will not cancel a class due to a minimum class size.  We will hold the class even if only one student enrols.

Enrollment Cut-off: Enrollment closes when the class is full.  Those that enrol within a few days of the class may have their book held until the day of the class.

Certification: Upon completion of this course, students receive an American Heart Association Basic Life Support e-Card via email.  e-Cards are valid for two years.  e-Cards are issued 1-2 business days after course completion.

One on one and discounted on-site training available.  Please contact us for details.

For answers to common questions, please see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

Use of American Heart Association materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association.  Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the Association.

nhcpr emt training program
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NHCPR's EMT (formally EMT-Basic) program prepares you to respond to emergencies and provide stabilization, on-scene treatment, and ambulance transport of ill or injured patients. The core education includes CPR, anatomy and physiology, airway management, patient assessment, care of medical and traumatic emergencies, blood borne pathogens protection, patient extrication and transport, HazMat response, and incident command.

Audience:  Individuals interested in becoming certified as a National Registry of EMTs®  Emergency Medical Technician. 

 Course Content:

  • Airway Management, Patient Assessment, Medical and Trauma Emergencies, Infants and Children and much more.

Course Format: Didactic, practical, online and clinical.

Course Length200 +/- hours     Clinical Length16 +/- hours at a hospital and/or ambulance.

Course CostSee course listing on the right. This price includes the course, books, CPR training with the card, clinical liability insurance, clinical uniform use, blood pressure cuff and stethoscope, lab fees, handouts and testing fees.

Click Here For Optional Payment Plan Details

Deposit: $300.00 deposit required when you click the "enroll now" link.  This non-refundable deposit is applied to the course fee.

Late Enrollment Fee: Enrollment within 7 days of the class start date will incur a $25.00 late enrollment fee.

Additional student costs: Immunizations, Criminal Background Checks (depending on clinical site), other incidental and uniform costs.

Massachusetts Residents: Effective July 1, 2013, Massachusetts will be accepting the NREMT certification received after taking this course.

Prerequisites:  Students must be at least 18 years old upon program completion. Students must be a high school graduate or have your GED.  Those that are still in high school must provide a letter of recommendation from the school principal or guidance counselor before acceptance.  CPR certification is NOT required to enroll as this is taught in the EMT class.  High-speed Internet, a computer with speakers and the ability to print and email is required.  Students will also be required to bring in a tablet greater than 7 inches or laptop to every class.

Students are required to obtain and bring into class proof of the following immunizations by the 2nd week of class. They are:

  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR): either proof of MMR immunization within the last 8 years or a positive titer (a blood draw showing that immunization already exists).
  • Tetanus (DT, DPT or TD): immunization must be within the last 10 years.
  • Varicella (Chicken Pox): Documentation of both varicella vaccine shots, or a positive varicella titer.
  • Hepatitis B vaccine series: documentation showing that the Hepatitis B series of immunizations (total of three doses) has been started by the end of the first month of class, or, documentation showing a positive Hep B titer.
  • Recent Flu Shot: some clinical sites may require this depending on the status of the flu season
  • Negative TB test. Negative TB skin test (PPD): skin test date must be less than 6 months before beginning your clinical rotation. Persons with a history of a positive PPD must provide documentation of a recent chest x-ray and a review of symptoms within the past 12 months. If a chest x-ray is abnormal, clinician clearance must also be provided.

Certification: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be eligible to take the National Registry of EMTs test for EMT certification.

Have more questions?  See our Frequently Asked Questions page.

State of New Hampshire EMT/EMR Practical Exam

REGISTRATION DIRECTIONS:

STEP 1:
Register with the State of NH Bureau of EMS (603-223-4200) and obtain your enrollment password 10 business days before the exam date.


PLEASE NOTE:  Failure to register with the state 10 business days before the exam will prevent you from registering with NHCPR and prevent you from taking the exam.

STEP 2:  Continue the registration process by clicking the "ENROLL NOW" button below your exam date.  Use the password issued by the state to continue the process.  This step is available until the exam start date.

 

Exam FeeFull Exam: $115.00, Retests: $35.00 for the first retest station and 25.00 for each station after. (Same day retests are free)

(Step 2 enrollment within 7 days of the exam will incur a $20.00 late charge.)

Exam Equipment Review Session:  For 1 hour before the exam start, we will offer an equipment review session.  This will allow you to preview the equipment and practice with the equipment.  This is a self-paced session with some instructor oversight.  The non-refundable fee for this session is $35.00 and must be paid during the enrollment process.  If you elect to add this session after you enroll in the exam, the non-refundable fee will be $45.00.

Fast Lane Option  This option ($30.00) will place your name in a quicker rotation than the rest of the testing candidates allowing you to complete the stations at a quicker pace.  This option only allows you to complete the stations quicker but does not guarantee that you will receive your results quicker although you typically will.  If you have to re-test a station due to a failure that day, you will have to wait until re-tests begin, and then you will be in a normal rotation for re-tests.

NREMT EMT Reentry Candidates:  If you are looking to take a state practical exam as part of your NREMT re-entry process, visit this page.

Same day retests are free.

Exam fees are non-refundable after enrollment unless the exam is canceled.

New Hampshire EMT Skill Sheets:  Click Here     EMR Skill Sheets:  Click Here

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