EMR - EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONDER
Emergency Medical Responders provide initial care for the sick and injured prior to the arrival of the EMS.
This education can be valuable to safety officers working in industry, police officers and rural fire departments.
This is a State of Ohio Division of EMS accredited course that consists of classroom and hands-on training regarding all aspects of the job duties of an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) including bleeding control, airway management, and emergency intervention for the medical and trauma patient.
This course meets the State of Ohio Division of EMS requirements.
AUGUST 10, 2021
EMR Course - Available as a classroom course
August 10, 2021 to September 08, 2021
Tue/Wed 6:00pm to 9:30pm
Course will be held at Mifflin Community Volunteer Fire Dept, Mifflin, Ohio
Course Cost: $400.00 (Does not include textbook package)
HOW IT WORKS
Central Ohio EMS Training offers the EMR Course as a classroom course AND a Web-Assisted/Hybrid Course.
Steps To Enrollment
1. Application Procedure: A completed application and payment of the $50.00 non-refundable application
fee must be submitted.
- Application fee may be paid via check or money order and mailed to 20 Industrial Dr, St F Lexington, Oh 44904.
- Let us know if you want to pay by credit card and we'll email you an invoice. There is a 3%
- Click here for Digital application
2. Submit a copy of a valid BLS level CPR card with your application that will not expire for the duration of the class
time. If you do not have a valid BLS card, please indicate on your application whether you will be obtaining one
elsewhere, or if you want to enroll in a Central Ohio EMS Training CPR Course.
3. Purchase required textbook package (discount applied) and materials.
4. The student handbook and schedule is emailed one week before the course begins.
Students must have a BLS level CPR certification. If certification has not been obtained or is expired, a course will be available to students.
18 years old
Valid Ohio DL or State of Ohio ID
No felonies or misdemeanors involving moral turpitude
No violation of any federal, state, county, or municipal narcotics or controlled substance law
Choose Your Format!
Classroom or Web-Assisted/Hybrid
Students meet in class on designated dates.
Online learning is assigned each week.
The program runs synchronously with the scheduled classroom program. All assignments and deadlines are the same.
In this program students complete coursework online and are not required to attend course lectures.
Physical attendance in the classroom is required to complete lab / practical skills and the final exam.
The Web-Assisted/Hybrid Program Works Like This:
PART 1: ONLINE
View resources, complete quizzes,assessments, and assignments online. Students have 24/7 access to the program.
Must complete before Part II.
PART 2: SKILLS
Hands-on skills are learned and practiced.