If the conventional college schedule conflicts your busy lifestyle, then we have an alternative for you. The online Emergency Medical Technician course is designed for those who have a busy and demanding schedule.
As an EMT student, you we be able to complete course work online, participate in group discussions and receive live feedback from the EMT instructor. The Learning Management System is extremely intuitive and easy to navigate. A video tutorial is also provided to explain the functionality and features associated with the online component of the EMT course. Brady publishing provides tech support as well as support from your EMT instructor.
The online EMT course is instructor led with continuous quality improvement as well as quality assurance in mind. Along with the Brady publishing company, we strive to be the elite EMS education provider in the field of emergency medicine.
Thomas Kamplain and Jeffery Bratcher go to great lengths to promote, support and educate all of those who enter their EMT program. They strive to produce the highest trained and most employable EMT graduate. In addition, class sizes are kept small in order to focus on Quality and not Quantity. Tom and Jeff hold students to a higher standard which in turn serves them well for years throughout their professional career as an EMS provider.
EMT students must complete the practical skills and evaluation, all online assignments, pass the mid-term and final examination. In addition, a total of 24 hours of clinical time is mandatory with a total of 10 patient contacts under the direct supervision of an EMS preceptor. The EMT student will travel to Atlanta, Georgia for the hands on and clinical portion of the program.
Cost for the EMT Course:
- Tuition $2895.00
- Textbook: Free
- Workbook: Free
- Online LMS: Free
- Insurance: Free
- Uniform Shirt: Free
- Penlight: Free
- Lodging: Free
- Breakfast: Free
- Lunch: Free
The Emergency Medical Technician Course has three components: didactic which includes practical, hands-on skills training, the clinical/field ride-along, a total of 10 patient contacts and final written examination. The EMT Instructor will give lectures, power point presentations, hands on skills labs, as well as trauma and medical scenarios. This allows the EMT student to build on his or her skills and knowledge base. This approach to education and training helps the EMT student to render emergency medical care in the field.
EMT Clinical Component: As an EMT student, you must complete a total of 10 patient assessments under the direct supervision of a preceptor at an affiliated ambulance service or hospital. The EMT Instructor will provide a calendar of dates and times for you to participate in the EMT clinical component of the program. The EMT clinical component must be completed 48 hours prior to your final written examination. There are shifts available from weekday days to weekend days. There is an opportunity for students to ride the ambulance at night. However, clinical space is extremely limited.