EMT Course

 

Class Dates: 9/5/17-1/25/18

 

T + Th 6pm-10pm

Select Saturdays from 9am-3pm for lab

 

 

Our EMT course consists of learning the basics of EMS through a minimum of 110 hours of education. Classes are lecture based with interactive presentations team taught by experienced providers.  Students attend lectures, practice skills and participate in team based scenarios reinforcing class subject matter. In addition to fundamental anatomy and physiology, EMTs gain an entry level understanding of the science of resuscitation and emergency management.  Classes are taught for the adult learner and tutoring is available to those who need it.  No previous experience is necessary to enroll in this class, however, those without previous EMS experience will benefit from doing additional clinical hours of ride time.

 

 Location:

Rescue Inc Training Center, 541 Canal Street, Brattleboro Vermont

 

Cost:

 Tuition: $750.00

+ $150 for book and uniform

The cost of the National Registry Practical exam is included

The cost of the National Registry Written exam is included for Vermont residents

 Click here for payment info

 

Contact:

Brittany Miner - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please contact Brittany if you have any questions regarding the EMT course, or if you would like one held at your department.

 

"Emergency Medical Technicians provide out of hospital emergency medical care and transportation for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical services (EMS) system. EMTs have the basic knowledge and skills necessary to stabilize and safely transport patients ranging from non-emergency and routine medical transports to life threatening emergencies. Emergency Medical Technicians function as part of a comprehensive EMS response system, under medical oversight. Emergency Medical Technicians perform interventions with the basic equipment typically found on an ambulance. Emergency Medical Technicians are a critical link between the scene of an emergency and the health care system." -NREMT