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 19 days — to obtain the proper training and knowledge to take and then pass the National Registry and the North Carolina state EMT exam.
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:
As you may already know, because we’ve blogged about it before, we are credentialed through the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services department — as well as approved by the State of NC — to offer our one-of-a-kind intensive 19-day EMT-Basic training program. Classes meet six (6) days a week for nearly 170 didactic hours, with additional ride-along and clinical time scheduled with the New Hanover Regional Medical Center EMS.
Nowhere else in North Carolina can you secure your EMT credentials in this short amount of time.
Our next 19-Day ‘Intensive’ EMT-Basic Training program kicks off on Monday, September 15. To learn more, enroll or reserve your spot today, click on the name of the course above.