EMTs and paramedics play a critical role in patient care and patient safety. Lives often depend on the prompt response and expert care of these professionals opting into a career in emergency response.
American Health has partnered with several notable US universities to design a special EMT/Paramedics course for current EMT and Paramedics professionals who are looking for an intense ‘refresher’ course that can prepare them for the National Registry Exam (NRE), enables them to earn a certificate from a US accredited university, and can be delivered in as few as 12 months.
This course will be taught on site by American Health’s educational partners. A certificate for EMT and another for Paramedics can be earned by any of the following American Health Affiliated Institutions:
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- Mount Sinai Medical School
- Harvard Medical School
- George Washington University Medical School
A university certificate will be earned upon successful completion of this one year course which includes a combination of lecture and lab/simulation followed by a clinical internship. The EMT/Paramedics certificate course breaks down into three phases:
Phase 1: EMT Studies – 2 Months
Phase 2: Paramedics Studies – 8 Months
Phase 3: Clinical Requirements – 2-3 Months
For students desiring to advance their Associate’s degree to the level of Bachelor’s, American Health offers two more phases that enable advanced studies to occur at home or in the United States:
Phase 4a: Bridging Program – in the United States
Phase 4b: Bridging Program – at home
Phase 5: Clinical Internship
Complement Certificate Course with English Studies
For professionals looking to improve their proficiency in English prior to enrolling in this course, American Health can arrange for English studies to complement this EMT/Paramedics certificate. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Click here to learn how American Health can provide this 12-month EMT/Paramedics Competency Certificate course for your staff.