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    • 26 Jan 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • 31 Jul 2018
    • 10:00 PM
    • Columbia, La

    The Alliance Center of Education for EMS 


    is offering a 

    Hybrid Emergency Medical Technician

     (EMT) Evening Course

    January 26, 2018- July 31, 2018

    5:00 PM til 10:00 PM

    411 Main St, Columbia, LA 71418

    Please call 1-888-871-7090 with any questions.

    • 01 Apr 2018
    • 30 Sep 2018
    • Online and Live Labs
    Registration is closed

    The Alliance Center of Education for EMS 


    is offering an 

    Online Emergency Medical Technician

    (EMT) Course

    April 1, 2018 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2018

    Teaching-Learning Methods: Teaching-learning methods in this course may include, but are not limited to, online assigned readings, presentations, discussion boards, chat sessions, critical thinking exercises, labs, and class activities. Evaluation procedures include quizzes, written examinations, and assignments. Major exam dates and times are posted prior to beginning of class. Supplemental information to assist in your learning will be posted on My Brady Lab. Please check My Brady Lab frequently.

    Online Self-Study (mandatory)

                   144 hours

    Webinar/Chat Sessions

                    Bi-monthly 1-hour question and answer online session to discuss assigned                                              module    (optional)

    Live Skill Labs

                    6 scenario skills lab (mandatory)

    Field Clinical Internship

                    48 hours minimum. Student must prove proficiency with a minimum of 12                                     patient contacts


                    Louisiana Licensed Emergency Medical Responder

                    Current Healthcare Provider Card

                     High School Diploma or equivalent


    Documentation of:

    a.         Complete online Louisiana Bureau of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Student Application

    b.         Criminal background check

    c.         Drug screen (must be completed by a licensed facility which uses a certified laboratory)

    d.         Meet any additional requirements as outlined by ACE4EMS, NREMT, Louisiana Bureau of EMS or other regulating bodies

             Prior to field internship;

    e.         Complete required immunizations and titers

    f.          Proof of health and student liability insurance

    g.         American Heart Association CPR Healthcare Provider Card

                 h.         Meet physical and technical standards of the EMS Profession             

    Course Textbook and Materials:

    ·         Mistovitch, J. and Karren, K. (2013). Prehospital Emergency Care, 10th edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Brady Books.

    ·         Limmer Creative EMT student bundle

    ·         My Brady Lab

    Course Completion Requirements:

    Successful completion of this course requires adherence to course policies, maintaining a course average of 80% with a minimum score of 80% on each major examination, a minimum score of 80% on the course final examination, and successfully demonstrating all required skills.

    Registrant has 6 months to complete the online didactic portion of the course.

    Please call 1-888-871-7090 with any questions.

    • 01 May 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 25 Sep 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Address: 521 E Bradford St, Jena, LA 71342 Phone: (318) 992-2910

    EMT Flyer 1 pdf.pdf

    PROGRAM OF STUDY: Emergency Medical Technician

    CREDENTIAL: State and National EMS Certification 
    Total Projected COST:  $1,500.00*
    Tuition—$ 1,300 
    My Brady Lab Suite
    Uniform Polo
    NREMT Psychomotor Exam Fees @ Conclusion— $160.00
    Prerequisites (approximate)
    Background Check—$36.00
    Drug Screen—$27.00
    Physical Exam—$100.00
    Professional Liability Insurance—$30.00
    • Right to Review Background Check
    • Drug Screen 
    • WorkKeys Assessment
    • Physical Exam
    • Proof of Immunizations

    Rod Brady Campus, Jena, La
    Huey P. Long Winnfield Campus, Winnfield, La
    LENGTH:  20 weeks

    Class #1:  Spring Semester 2018-Jena

    Class #2:  Fall Semester 2018Winnfield (Includes classroom, lab and clinical/field experience) 
    Meets one day per week - Every Tuesday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    COURSE SPONSORED BY: Alliance Center of Education for EMS
    INFORMATIONAL MEETING will be  held before classes start.
    Register: www.ACE4EMS.org

    • 19 Jun 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 23 Jun 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Huey P Long Campus / Winnfield, LA
    • 22

    EMS Instructor Workshop

    This course has been designed and developed in accordance with the National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors and the National Education Standards.  This course will provide the student with the didactic component of the educational process.  It provides an introduction to the depth and breadth of educational knowledge that is evidenced-based best practices for all levels of experience as an EMS educator.  

    Upon successful completion of the didactic component, participant must contact the Louisiana Bureau of EMS (BEMS) for completion of the BEMS education update and NREMT Exam observation component.

    Topics include:
    Roles and Responsibilities   Facilitation Techniques Administrative Issues    Communication and Feedback Legal Issues in EMS Education   Motivation Ethics      Teaching Thinking Skills The Learning Environment   Teaching Psychomotor Skills Learning Styles     Affective Domain Domains of Learning    Discipline Goals and Objectives    Remediation Lesson Plans     Cultural Awareness Presentation Skills     Teaching Resources Evaluation Techniques    Research
    Course Goals:  To provide the most comprehensive information available on the EMS education processes so participants can help students achieve their learning goals  To provide resources to participants to facilitate their progress as effective educators.

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