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, bloodborne 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 Format: Didactic, practical, online and clinical.
Course Length: 200 +/- hours Clinical Length: 16 +/- hours at a hospital and/or ambulance.
Course Cost: See course listing below. This price includes the course, books, CPR training with the card, clinical liability insurance, clinical uniform use, blood pressure cuff and stethoscope, lab fees, and testing fees.
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, other incidental and uniform costs.
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, webcam and the ability to print and email are required. Students will also be required to bring in a laptop to every class.
Students are required to obtain and bring into class of proof health insurance and the following immunizations by the 2nd week of class. They are:
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