Emergency Medicine

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Learn from the best in the industry! Our certified EMS instructors provide professional instruction and individualized training to help you build the foundational skills needed to pass the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians exam and become an EMT.

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STANDARD EMT

Fully in-person, our 21-day “intensive” standard EMT training helps you develop skills and understanding in the fundamental foundation of emergency medicine. From the basic concepts of anatomy and physiology to medical principles and patient assessment, you will gain leadership skills that take you beyond medical emergencies.

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HYBRID EMT

Our unique hybrid EMT trainings combine 10 days of virtual instructor-led training with 11 days of in-person practical skill training. You’ll also complete 25-30 hours of pre-course training before beginning virtual instruction. This 21-day “intensive” hybrid EMT training helps you develop skills and understanding in the fundamental foundation of emergency medicine. From the basic concepts of anatomy and physiology to medical principles and patient assessment, you will gain leadership skills that take you beyond medical emergencies.

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ADVANCED EMT

Once you’re a certified EMT, take your training and career options a step further by becoming an Advanced EMT (AEMT). Our AEMT training expands upon your existing EMT knowledge, adding training in IV therapy, advance cardio and advanced airway management, and more beyond the basic EMT level.

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NCOAE Hybrid “Intensive” EMT Course

NCOAE Standard “Intensive” EMT Course

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Learn more about how to prepare for your Emergency Medicine training, from what a typical day looks like to what forms you need to fill out prior to your first day of training.

FAQS

Frequently Asked Questions

What will I learn?

You’ll gain the skills necessary to become a certified Emergency Medical Technician through hands-on training. You’ll also learn valuable leadership and communication skills that you can apply to every aspect of your life, both professional and personal.

Will I receive a certification at the end of the course?

Our EMT courses satisfy eligibility requirements for the National Registry and State EMT certification. After completion of your EMS course, you will be eligible to sit for the National Registry of EMTs and/or the North Carolina State EMS Exams.  Passing the examinations allows you to apply for and obtain state EMS certification.  You will also receive an American Heart Association Basic Life Support/CPR certification, good for two years.

Who will my instructors be?

All of our instructors are certified Emergency Medicine professionals ranging from EMTs to Paramedics and RNs and are the best in the industry. They have experience in EMS, hospital, fire service and military settings.

How long are the courses?

Our EMS courses range from 21-23 days of classroom instruction. For hybrid courses, there may be a gap of several days between virtual and hands-on sessions to allow for travel.

What is a "hybrid" course?

Hybrid courses are divided into two segments, a virtual and hands-on portion. The virtual portion of EMS training is 10 days of remote, live, Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT). This is followed up by 11 days of on-site, hands-on training.