Emergency medical responder (EMR): A person trained in emergency care who may be called on to give such care as a routine part of their job (paid or volunteer) until more advanced emergency
medical services (EMS) personnel take over; EMRs are often the first trained professionals to respond to emergencies.
While Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) does not provide state licensure or certification as an Emergency Medical Responder, this course is ideal for high school and college-aged students to receive training similar to the training EMS professionals receive as they look to enter careers in healthcare, public safety, or law enforcement.
This training is also ideal for your on-campus security and/or emergency response teams!
You can sign up for the entire 9 Session Course or you can register for a single Unit.
UNIT 1: PREPARATORY (8 hours) $120 – January 18, 2020 8am-4:30pm
UNIT 2: ASSESSMENT (8 hours) $120 – January 19, 2020 8am-4:30pm
UNIT 3: AIRWAY (6 hours) $90 – February 15, 2020 8am-2:30pm
UNIT 4: CIRCULATION (5 1/2 hours) $82.50 -February 16, 2020 8am-2pm
UNIT 5: MEDICAL EMERGENCIES (6 hours) $90 – March 14, 2020 8am-2:30pm
UNIT 6: TRAUMA EMERGENCIES (7 1/2 Hours) $112.50 – March 15, 2020 8am-4pm
UNIT 7: SPECIAL POPULATIONS (4 hours) $60 April 25, 2020 8am-Noon
UNIT 8: EMS OPERATIONS (10 Hours) $120 – April 25, 2020 1-5pm (first half) & April 26, 2020 8-Noon (Second half
FINAL EXAMINATION / CERTIFICATION (4 hours) $60 – May 2, 2020 1-5PM
The Text Book– ORDER HERE
The Emergency Medical Response Student Kit contains the text and workbook for the Emergency Medical Response program. The text is designed as the primary source of technical information for participants and instructors. It includes key terms, learning objectives, critical facts and scenarios to test knowledge and decision-making skills. It also features pediatric and geriatric considerations and step-by-step skill sheets. The workbook reinforces key concept and skills taught in the Emergency Medical Response textbook. Activities, case studies and self-assessments help participants build on material already learned and apply their knowledge to emergency situations. The workbook is optional but encouraged as it helps students prepare for the exam.
Upon completion you will receive 5 certifications: Administering Emergency Oxygen Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers Bloodborne Pathogen Training Emergency Medical Response Stop the Bleed