Our Emergency Medical Technician Training "Boot Camp" Program will prepare you to provide emergency medical care to victims of accidents and sudden illness. You will develop skills in symptom recognition, emergency care procedures and techniques considered to be within the responsibilities of an EMT. Emergency Medical Technicians provide routine and emergency medical care with an ambulance service, as well as in hospitals and clinics. Becoming an EMT is the first step towards becoming a paramedic.
The "Boot Camp" is an extremely fast-paced program that covers the entire EMT curriculum in 18 days. The smaller class size allows you maximum practice time with our experienced instructors.
Class meets five days a week (Monday through Friday), from 8am to 5pm.
National EMS Institute's "Boot Camp" Program, consists of 140 hours of mixed lectures, realistic practical training, and simulation "Mock Calls" on board our training ambulance, in our one-bedroom training apartment. During these "Mock Calls", created by experienced and knowledgeable instructor team at National EMS Institute, N.E.I. offers a realistic approach to active learning