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Our Programs

Welcome to our comprehensive course offerings in emergency medical training! Whether you're an aspiring EMT, looking to enhance your CPR skills, or seeking advanced training in ACLS or PALS, our courses are designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to respond effectively to life-threatening situations. Led by experienced instructors and incorporating hands-on training, our courses will empower you to make a difference and become a confident provider of emergency medical care. Join us on this rewarding journey as we strive to save lives and make a positive impact in our communities.


Our EMT-Basic course provides comprehensive training for individuals aspiring to become Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). With a focus on efficient and immediate care, EMT-Bs learn to respond to emergency calls, provide medical treatment, and safely transport patients to medical facilities. From assessing injuries and illnesses to performing CPR, administering medications, and practicing proper ambulance operations, our program equips students with the necessary skills to excel in this critical healthcare role.

EMT - Basic

Night Class - June 10th

Day Class - June 3rd - July 24th


Monday and Wednesday 9am-3pm

Monday and Wednesday 6pm-10pm

AEMT - Cardiac

New Class - August 13th, 2024

Our Advanced EMT course is designed to provide comprehensive training for individuals seeking to become Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians (AEMTs). With a focus on advanced life support skills, AEMTs are trained to augment prehospital critical care, provide rapid on-scene treatment, and deliver limited advanced life support. The curriculum, regulated at both state and federal levels, includes classroom instruction, clinical experience, and standardized assessments, ensuring AEMT students acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to excel in their role as providers of advanced life support care.


NRAEMT Psychomotor Exam

May 19th 2024


Prepare for the Advanced EMT Psychomotor Exam, a vital step for students aiming to excel in practical medical skills. Developed by experts and aligned with national standards, this scenario-based exam assesses your capabilities across nine key skills. From trauma and medical patient assessments to ventilatory management, cardiac arrest, IV and medication proficiency, as well as specialized pediatric skills, this comprehensive evaluation ensures your readiness as an Advanced EMT. Experience real-world simulations, showcase your abilities, and take a significant stride toward your medical career. Sign up now for this crucial assessment of your practical knowledge and skills.


The Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) role encompasses a wide range of responsibilities within the emergency medical field. An EMR, often operating as part of law enforcement, fire rescue, or industrial response teams, promptly responds to emergency calls, providing immediate and efficient care to ill and injured patients. With expertise in basic medical procedures, trauma management, and general medical assistance, the EMR assesses scenes for safety, administers appropriate care based on assessment findings, and communicates crucial information to higher-level providers and medical facilities.




Our ACLS (Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support) course is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the necessary skills to effectively manage cardiac and respiratory emergencies. From basic life support skills to airway management, pharmacology, and the management of acute conditions such as acute coronary syndrome (ACS) and stroke, this course provides comprehensive training in recognizing and responding to life-threatening situations. Participants will also learn effective communication strategies as both a member and leader of a resuscitation team, ensuring seamless coordination and optimal patient care.


Our PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) course is specifically designed to equip participants with the skills and knowledge needed to identify and effectively manage cardiopulmonary arrest and common conditions that may lead to cardiac arrest in infants and children. Through this course, participants will develop the ability to reduce the risk of cardiac arrest, provide care to pediatric patients in a pre-arrest condition, and perform resuscitation and immediate post-resuscitation care based on their expected level of care.



Our comprehensive First Aid/CPR/AED program equips participants with the knowledge and skills to recognize and respond effectively to cardiac, breathing, and first aid emergencies. Available in both classroom and blended learning formats, our courses provide the flexibility to meet various training needs, covering adult, pediatric, and infant care. With a focus on learning objectives such as recognizing emergency signals, performing CPR and using an AED, managing sudden illnesses and injuries, and optional modules like asthma and anaphylaxis, our program ensures participants are prepared to provide immediate care until advanced medical personnel arrive.

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