The Emergency Medical Service Institute
EMT Program does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race,
national origin, religion, age, political beliefs, handicap,
or any other factor, in its employment practices or in its
policies relating to recruitment of students. We do reserve
the right to revise tuition and fees without prior notice if it
18 years or older and a High School Diploma or a recognized
The EMT curriculum is directly in
accordance with the National Emergency Medical Services Educational
EMT are required to perform a wide variety of emergency medical
techniques in order to help the sick and injured. Students must be
able to tolerate taxing workloads and changing
Candidates at the end of the program should be able to:
- Quickly evaluate a scene for
- Determine the mechanism of injury prior
to patient contact.
- Quickly evaluate a patient and get a
general impression of the patient's condition.
The EMT must be able to communicate with a patient and their
families in a caring compassionate manner. The EMT must also be
able to communicate with their healthcare colleagues in a
professional manner. Communicating effectively is very
important to the EMT to communicate effectively both verbally and
with the written.
Aptitudes required for work of this nature are good physical
stamina, endurance, and body condition that would not be adversely
affected by frequently having to walk, stand, lift, carry, and
balance at times, in excess of 125 pounds. Motor coordination is
necessary because over uneven terrain, the patient's, the EMT's,
and other workers' well being must not be jeopardized.
Note:A non-refundable deposit is required to hold a seat
in the class. This deposit will be credited toward the course