EMS eCADEMY

ONLINE CAMPUS

We offer EMS courses taught according to the National EMS Education Standards and exceed all minimum requirements of the Texas Department of State Health Services.  Our online courses are distance learning courses you complete at your own pace without having to attend a traditional course.  Upon successful completion, you will be eligible to take the NREMT certification exam.

Benefits of online courses include:

  • Open enrollment, start anytime

  • Self-paced distance learning, you have ample time to complete the course

  • Robust online learning system

  • Instructor support throughout the course

  • Minimal attendance requirement at our onsite campus for breakout sessions

  • No or minimal clinical and field internship rotations

  • Reduced student housing rate for breakout sessions

Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)

An Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) treats and transports the sick and injured to medical facilities.  EMRs may open airways, restore breathing, administer breathing treatments, control bleeding, treat shock, administer oxygen, immobilize fractures, bandage wounds, assist in childbirth, manage emotionally disturbed patients, treat heart attack victims, treat poison and burn victims, perform CPR and use AEDs on cardiac arrest patients.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will provide the student with the knowledge and skills to provide emergency medical care in a compassionate, professional and skilled manner.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Upon successful completion of this course the participant will:

  • receive a course completion certificate from Lifesaver Education Courses

  • be eligible to take the NREMT certification examination

  • be eligible to submit an application to the Texas Department of State Health Services for certification

 

COURSE PREREQUISITES

  1. You must apply for admission and be accepted to participate in this course.

  2. You must possess a current completion card for one of the following CPR courses:

  • CPR PRO - American Health & Safety Institute (ASHI)

  • CPR for Healthcare Providers - American Heart Association (AHA)

  • CPR for the Professional Rescuer - American Red Cross (ARC)

  • Professional Rescuer CPR - National Safety Council (NSC)

 

COURSE INFORMATION

Course Code:  EMSE01

Course Name:  Initial Emergency Medical Responder

Begin Date:  Enroll and begin anytime

Pace:  You must complete all course requirements within 12 months, beginning on the day you are enrolled in the course.

Course Length:  60 hours

  • Didactic Hours:  12

  • Skill Hours: 48

Breakout Sessions:  You must attend three breakout sessions at an approved site.

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) treats and transports the sick and injured to medical facilities.  EMTs may open airways, restore breathing, administer breathing treatments, control bleeding, treat shock, administer oxygen, immobilize fractures, bandage wounds, assist in childbirth, manage emotionally disturbed patients, treat heart attack victims, treat poison and burn victims, perform CPR and use AEDs on cardiac arrest patients.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will provide the student with the knowledge and skills to provide emergency medical care in a compassionate, professional and skilled manner.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Upon successful completion of this course the participant will:

  • receive a course completion certificate from Lifesaver Education Courses

  • be eligible to submit an application to the Texas Department of State Health Services and the National Registry of EMT's  for certification

  • be eligible to take the NREMT certification examination

 

COURSE PREREQUISITES

  1. You must apply for admission and be accepted to participate in this course.

  2. You must possess a high school diploma or GED.

  3. You must obtain required immunizations prior to participating in clinical rotations.

  4. You must possess a current completion card for one of the following CPR courses:

  • CPR PRO - American Health & Safety Institute (ASHI)

  • CPR for Healthcare Providers - American Heart Association (AHA)

  • CPR for the Professional Rescuer - American Red Cross (ARC)

  • Professional Rescuer CPR - National Safety Council (NSC)

 

COURSE INFORMATION

Course Code:  EMSE02

Course Name:  Initial Emergency Medical Technician

Begin Date:  Enroll and begin anytime

Pace:  You must complete all course requirements within 12 months, beginning on the day you enroll in the course.

Course Length:  160 hours

  • Didactic Hours:  16

  • Skill Hours: 48

  • Clinical Rotation Hours: 48

  • Field Internship Hours: 48

Breakout Sessions:  You must attend three breakout sessions at an approved site.

Clinical and Field Internship Rotations must be completed at an approved site.

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