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Become an EMT!

EMT

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The EMT is the introductory level of EMS training and gives students the knowledge needed to work as an Emergency Medical Technician. The course combines lecture and lab training to cover such topics as scene safety, EMS systems, communication, documentation, patient assessment, airway management, traumatic injuries, medical emergencies and more. All skills necessary to provide emergency medical care for the trauma and medical patient at the basic life support level. 

Upcoming Courses

Winter 2023❄️⛄

EMT Course - Available as a Web Assisted-Hybrid* or Classroom Course

  • Begins: Jan 3, 2023 to April 6, 2023

  • Tue/Thur  6:00pm to 9:30pm (Classroom) 

SPRING / SUMMER 2022☔🌷😎

EMT Course - Available as a Web Assisted-Hybrid* or Classroom Course

  • Begins: May 2, 2023 to August 17, 2023

  • Tue/Thur  6:00pm to 9:30pm (Classroom) 

FALL 2022🍂🍁

EMT Course - Available as a Web Assisted-Hybrid* or Classroom Course

  • Begins: September 5, 2023 to December 14, 2023

  • Tue/Thur  6:00pm to 9:30pm (Classroom) 

Choose Your Format!

Classroom or Web-Assisted/Hybrid

Classroom Course

  • Students meet in class on Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00 pm until 9:30 pm.

  • Online learning is assigned each week.

*Students enrolled through NCSC or using VA funds, must enroll in the classroom version.

Tuition for the Classroom course is $1500.00 

Includes *Digital Textbook, Platinum EMS Testing, Psychomotor exam fee.

Not included: Classroom/Clinical Shirt NREMT CBT exam fee 

BLS (if needed)

Web-Assisted/Hybrid Course

Option 1

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, some module exams and the final exam.

Attendance is approximately 14 times throughout the

4-month program on a Tuesday or Thursday evening class from 6:00pm to 9:30pm.

Tuition for the Hybrid 1 course is $1900.00 

Includes *Digital Textbook, Platinum EMS Testing, Psychomotor exam fee.

Not included: Classroom/Clinical Shirt, NREMT CBT exam fee

BLS (if needed)

Web-Assisted/Hybrid Course

Option 2

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 any courses until the last week of the program.

This program is only for healthcare providers with emergency experience.


Students attend 7 days during the last week of the classroom program:
- 4 skill days, including final   

     psychomotor exam
- 1 Hospital clinical shift

- 1 Pre-hospital clinical shift
- 1  final exam day followed by NREMT 

    skills test

See FAQ for more information

Steps To Enrollment

 

1. Application Procedure: A completed application and payment of the $150.00 non-refundable application

    fee must be submitted. Applications may be completed digitally or downloaded then mailed or emailed back to the        program.

     - 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 3.3%

       fee. 

     - Click here for Paper application

     - Click here for Digital application

     -Agency Tuition Verification. Required if student's tuition is being paid by a Fire/EMS agency

 

2. After program acceptance:

    - Pay tuition   

      Let us know if you want to pay by credit card and we'll email you an invoice. There is a 3.3% fee.

   

3. 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. That course is always held on the first

   Saturday after the EMT course begins.

4. Purchase required supplies.

 - B/P Cuff
- Stethoscope
- Safety Glasses 
- 1 box of gloves (latex free) 
- Laptop with email and internet access
- Microsoft Office with at least Word and Power Point

- Students are required to wear black or navy blue EMS or Dickie type pants, black belt, and black shoes or boots. You may purchase these anywhere you like. No scrubs or leggings.

5. Students sign up for COEMST polos on the first day of class. They take approximately two weeks to arrive. Until then, a uniform is not required and student's should dress casually. 

6. The student handbook and schedule is emailed one week before the course begins.

Most questions can be answered in the FAQ section. Please be sure to check them out!