EMS Course Schedule
Emergency Medical Technician
Online EMT Basic
May 30 — August 21
EMT Basic (face to face)
August 8 — November 7
Tuesday/Thursday nights, 5:30-8:30 pm
Saturdays, 8 am – 4 pm
August 26, September 16, October 7 and 28
Online EMT Basic
September 25, 2023 — January 11, 2024
Saturdays, 8 am – 2 pm
October 7 and 14, one in November (TBD) and December 2 and 16
Saturday EMT and ONLINE
July 29 — October 8
Saturdays, 8 am -5 pm are scheduled for July 29, August 12 and 26, September 9, 23 and 24
Advanced EMT – must have a valid EMT Certification
August 16 — November 15
Wednesday nights, 6-9 pm
includes online course work
For information about upcoming classes and registration:
Learn more about our Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Training program.
The Emergency Medical Technician Certification is a qualified pre-hospital program consisting of didactic course work. The following competencies include but are not limited to the recognition, assessment, and management of medical emergencies. The EMT-Basic performs skills such as CPR, artificial ventilations, oxygen administration, basic airway management, AED defibrillation, spinal immobilization, vital signs, and hemorrhage control. Successful completion of the course will allow the student the opportunity to sit for the North Carolina Office of EMS certification examination. 214 hours. Cost: $196.55 plus additional costs. Fee waived with proper documentation from agency. This is a hybrid course and online content is required.
Registration documents required for EMT Basic:
- Student Data Form
- Registration Form
- Copy of High School Diploma or Equivalent
- Copy of valid Driver’s License
- Copy of current TB skin test (valid for one year)
- If you are fee waived, we need a letter of affiliation from the agency you are currently affiliated with.
The Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) Certification is a mid-level EMS provider of pre-hospital emergency medical services. The scope of practice consists of all EMT level skills, advanced airway management and the insertion of supraglottic airways, suctioning of an already intubated patient, usage of a CPAP device, initiation of peripheral intravenous therapy and several pharmacological interventions beyond the EMT level. Successful completion of the course will allow the student the opportunity to sit for the North Carolina Office of AEMT certification examination. 296 hours. Cost: $180 plus additional costs. Fee waived with proper documentation from agency. This is a hybrid course and online content is required.