The Alliance Center of Education for EMS
is offering an
Online Emergency Medical Technician
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)
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
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.