Course will start September 3, 2019.
Our mission is to provide high quality EMS education which will empower individuals to become compassionate, respectful, skilled and knowledgeable care providers who value education as a lifelong process.
Our EMT class is an online hybrid course. The didactic and written testing is 100% online and be completed from your home! All online classwork is self-paced with no specific due dates so that you can learn on your own schedule. Students will have 12 months from the time of program acceptance to complete the course, but you can graduate in as little as 4 months!
Our course is divided into four main parts.
This form must be filled out entirely, all documents uploaded, and course deposit paid. If incomplete, the application will not go through processing and you will not be enrolled into course. If you have any questions about your application you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Several billing and payment options are available, depending on whether a student desires to pay full payment or on a regular payment plan. Also, students transferring to the program from another institution or those being readmitted to the program from a prior class may only be requred to make partial payment.
Tuition costs will cover classroom supplies, books, uniform shirt, FISDAP subscription, MyBradyLab online subscription, and online HIPAA training.
*Background check not included in tuition cost*
Payments can be made online through course payments or checks can be mailed to:
Stanley, ND 58784
This course will be organized to provide the student with a more in depth knowledge of the acute critical changes in physiology, psychological, and clinical symptoms as they pertain to pre-hospital care. Students will have the opportunity to acquire clinical experience and practice the enhanced skills related to advanced emergency medical care. In addition, students will understand the ethical and legal responsibilities they will assume as AEMT's.
The course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills that will result in the professional growth of the provider as they continue in their EMS education.
There are two components of the AEMT Course include: didactic instruction and supervised field and clinical internship.
-Contact us for our next scheduled AEMT course-
You will need a reliable internet connection and access to a computer in order to complete the didactic portion of our courses.
Course completion varies from student to student. The average is 3-6 months, but some can take over a year.
The didactic portions of our courses are 100% online so you will be able to work as quickly or as slowly as you need. There is monthly skills testing with our instructors to ensure readiness for testing. The time-frame is up to you!
No, we have contracts available for services that are willing to take students. We will just need a contact name and number so that we can make arrangements. You will have to do a minimum of 5 team leads with Ambulance Resources staff prior to graduation.
If your local service is paying for you or a group of peers, please have them contact our payment department to make arrangements.
You may drop this course at anytime. However, once you use your course keys for FISDAP and MyBradyLab they are no longer reusable. Therefore, the $400.00 down payment is nonrefundable.
Once you start the didactic portion of the class and decide to drop the course the refund will be pro-rated monthly.
Once you have passed your local hands-on skills test you will be able to take the state psychomotor exam. We require a minimum of 4 monthly skills labs in order to be authorized to test.
As for the NREMT written exam, you must complete all didactic, clinical and field rotations, and have your tuition paid in full in order to be authorized for testing.