Starting and completing EMT-Basic training in North Carolina doesn’t have to be a long, drawn-out exercise. It’s now possible — in just 21 days — to obtain the proper training and knowledge to take and then pass the National Registry and the North Carolina state EMT exam.
Editor’s Note: Our 19-day training has transitioned into a 21-day ‘intensive’ EMT certification course with a unique hybrid component. Keep reading, and then visit the link at the end of this post for the latest info.
The following EMT Training video, which explains the ‘Intensive’ EMT-Basic Training program offered here at The National Center for Outdoor & Adventure Education (NCOAE), explains how we do it and why it’s so effective at helping people obtain their EMT credentials:
Classes meet virtually for 11 consecutive days, which include 131 hours of didactic, classroom training. Then, the class meets in person for 10 days, for an additional 61 hours of hands-on training, as well as 48 hours of clinical and field practice
Nowhere else in North Carolina can you secure your EMT credentials in this short amount of time.
Our next Hybrid 21-day ‘Intensive’ EMT initial certification course — the one that satisfies eligibility requirements for the National Registry and State EMT certification — is now enrolling with multiple dates available. To learn more, enroll or reserve your spot today, click on the link below: