Emergency Medical Technician – Basic (EMT-B)
Hybrid Online Version Price: $700.00 (eText is not included in price)
Course offers online instruction for national curriculum EMT-B course required for national registry and county certification. Successful completion of this course will allow students to register and take the National Registry Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT) Exam. Course includes training in use and administration of both naloxone and epinephrine by auto-injector, and use of glucometer.
Course is 146 hours online presentations and quizzes, 24 hours field training and in person skills practice session, final exam and skills evaluation. Entire program (online portion, skills evaluation, final exam, clinical hours/ride-along and any retake of exams) must be completed by student within 364 days of purchase. This is a completely work at your own pace program, there are no deadlines within the online course work.
Class Location: 1399 E. Foothill Blvd., Suite E, Upland, CA 91786
Course Dates: Open Enrollment, enrollment agreement starts at the date of signature and ends 364 day after that date.
- Students must be 18 years of age or older at the time of enrollment
- One of the following is required: proof of high school diploma, college degree, completed transcripts, GED or passage of the California high school proficiency exam and must be provided at time of enrollment. Students providing a high school diploma, college degree, completed transcripts, or GED from a non-English speaking foreign country, must also provide a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOFEL) for English language proficiency.
- Provide a valid BLS CPR card (must be American Heart Association or American Red Cross). BLS CPR card must be provided prior to taking the final exam. Current students can take our BLS CPR course for free.
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eText: approximately, $99.99 plus applicable tax. Price is determined by and paid to Pearson Education.
Online Access: Students shall have full access, within 24 hours of receipt of payment, signed enrollment agreement, signed School Performance Fact Sheet and receipt of diploma or equivalent, to the latest course material.
Distance Education: This online course has fully customized features that interact with each student individually and gives students feedback in real-time.
After reading and watching any videos pertaining to a chapter, students will take a pre-test. The system will automatically generate more questions based on questions missed on the pre-test in real-time. Students then take a chapter test prior to continuing to the next chapter. Students must receive an 80% or better on chapter tests. If a student does not receive an 80%, the study plan feature located at the bottom of the test will automatically customize a study plan in real-time for that chapter based on the results, to prepare students for their next attempt on the chapter test. Students who need help or have questions may contact an instructor at any time by emailing email@example.com. Emails will be responded to within 24 hours.
Computer Requirements: By signing this agreement students verify that they have access to the required equipment to complete the online portion of this course. Use the following link to check your computers compatibility prior to enrollment.
Skills Practice: Students are required to attend 1 (one), 4-hour skills practice session. Sessions are held on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month, 8:00 am to noon or 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Students must be past chapter 36 in the course to be eligible to attend. Students must email firstname.lastname@example.org to register in advance for placement in a skills practice session.
Students enrolled in the Hybrid Online Version may attend more than 1 (one), 4-hour skills practice session at no extra charge.
Final Exam/Skills Evaluation: Sessions are held on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Students must email email@example.com to register in advance to be placed in a final exam/skills evaluation session. Students must receive an 80% or better on the written final exam to pass and be eligible for the skills evaluation. Skills evaluation scoring is pass/fail.
Internship: 24 clinical hours/ambulance ride-along for skills evaluation are required. Students are responsible for completing a minimum of 24 clinical hours/ride-along and performing a minimum 10 patient contacts. Instructors will coordinate with students to setup clinical hours/ride-along with one of our providers. Clinical hours/ride-along from other providers will not be accepted. Students who turn in falsified clinical hour forms will be failed from the course WITHOUT refund and will not be able to enroll in our future courses.
Students must successfully complete both classroom training and internship to receive a course completion certificate and receive our verification with National Registry Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT).