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The AHA's Heartsaver CPR AED Course has been updated to reflect new science in the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. This course is designed to prepare students to provide CPR and use an AED in a safe, timely, and effective manner.

Heartsaver CPR AED Online is the eLearning portion of the Heartsaver CPR AED blended learning course and is designed to teach students the cognitive information needed for CPR and AED training.

Upon successful completion of both portions of the course, students receive a Heartsaver CPR AED course completion card, valid for two years.

The Heartsaver CPR/AED/First Aid online course is backed by comprehensive state-by-state research, and is formatted to allow instructors to customize it to include all topics required. Course modules cover first-aid basics, medical emergencies, injury emergencies, environmental emergencies, and optional topics. This is the course to choose for efficient, effective training of:  education and child-care professionals, recreation and other community program staff , new parents, guardians,construction workers and other caretakers.

Heartsaver First Aid- This course is designed for Teachers, Coaches, Babysitters, Construction workers, and the general public. This online course includes essential information and training in the first-aid skills recommended by OSHA, all in a format that can be delivered in a single day. The course is modular to meet the needs of a specific workplace or group of employees. The core module comprises general principles, medical emergencies and injury emergencies. Your American Heart Association First Aid course completion card will be issued the same day of the course.

The BLS for Healthcare Providers course teaches the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier-device, a bag-mask device), use of an AED on adults and children, and relief of FBAO in responsive and nonresponsive victims. Written and skills evaluation are required for course completion. This is a Provider course designed for first-time participants and those who have expired cards.

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

CPR Card issued same day

EMT / Paramedic CEU's Available

Course is approximately 4 hours

 

The BLS for Healthcare Providers course teaches the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier-device, a bag-mask device), use of an AED on adults and children, and relief of FBAO in responsive and nonresponsive victims. Written and skills evaluation are required for course completion. This is a Provider course designed for first-time participants and those who have expired cards.

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

CPR Card issued same day

EMT / Paramedic CEU's Available

Course is approximately 4 hours

The BLS for Healthcare Providers course teaches the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier-device, a bag-mask device), use of an AED on adults and children, and relief of FBAO in responsive and nonresponsive victims. Written and skills evaluation are required for course completion. This is a Provider course designed for first-time participants and those who have expired cards.

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

CPR Card issued same day

EMT / Paramedic CEU's Available

Course is approximately 4 hours

The BLS for Healthcare Providers course teaches the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier-device, a bag-mask device), use of an AED on adults and children, and relief of FBAO in responsive and nonresponsive victims. Written and skills evaluation are required for course completion. This is a Provider course designed for those whom have a current BLS Providers card which hasn't yet expired.

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

CPR Card issued same day

EMT / Paramedic CEU's Available

Course is approximately 4 hours

The BLS for Healthcare Providers course teaches the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier-device, a bag-mask device), use of an AED on adults and children, and relief of FBAO in responsive and nonresponsive victims. Written and skills evaluation are required for course completion. This is a Provider course designed for first-time participants and those who have expired cards.

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

CPR Card issued same day

EMT / Paramedic CEU's Available

Course is approximately 4 hours

The BLS for Healthcare Providers course teaches the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier-device, a bag-mask device), use of an AED on adults and children, and relief of FBAO in responsive and nonresponsive victims. Written and skills evaluation are required for course completion. This is a Provider course designed for those whom have a current BLS Providers card which hasn't yet expired.

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

CPR Card issued same day

EMT / Paramedic CEU's Available

Course is approximately 4 hours

Healthcare providers often need an alternative to traditional, classroom-based Basic Life Support training. BLS for Healthcare Providers online is a web-based, self-directed course that uses case-based scenarios and interactive lessons to teach students about single-rescuer and team basic life support. This course will teach you to promptly recognize several life threatening emergencies, providing high quality chest compressions, delivering appropriate ventilations and providing early use of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator). After taking this course you will have an understanding of adult, child, and infant CPR, relief of choking, and the proper use of an AED. This course includes an online portion where you will complete an online written test and receive a certificate of completion. Once the student has successfully completed their online course they may take their skills test. Skills tests may be completed at West Coast EMT – CPR Training Division’s Orange office.

 

Once the skills test has been successfully completed the student will receive their official AHA BLS for Healthcare Provider card. The online course will only work with PC’s and not MAC’s.

 

Benefits:

  • Official American Heart Association approved course
  • Receive instant, objective feedback and evaluation
  • Faster certification process compared to classroom based course
  • Decrease or eliminate textbook expense
  • Access to online course for 24 months following activation of course key”

This course is designed primarily for healthcare professionals in emergency departments, intensive care units, critical care departments, surgical areas, or pre-hospital environments, such as physicians, nurses, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other professionals who may respond to a cardiovascular emergency. The ACLS Provider course provides the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate and manage the first 10 minutes of an adult ventricular fibrillation/ventricular tachycardia (VF/VT) arrest, symptomatic bradyarrhythmia, tachyarrhythmia, acute coronary syndrome, and acute ischemic stroke. This ACLS provider course is for 1st time students or expired cards.

This course is approximately 12 hours

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

ACLS Card issued same day

BRN CEU's Available for this course

EMS CEU's Available for this course

This course is designed primarily for healthcare professionals in emergency departments, intensive care units, critical care departments, surgical areas, or pre-hospital environments, such as physicians, nurses, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other professionals who may respond to a cardiovascular emergency. The ACLS Provider course provides the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate and manage the first 10 minutes of an adult ventricular fibrillation/ventricular tachycardia (VF/VT) arrest, symptomatic bradyarrhythmia, tachyarrhythmia, acute coronary syndrome, and acute ischemic stroke. This ACLS provider course is for students with a current ACLS Providers card that hasn't expired.

This course is approximately 6 hours

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

ACLS Card issued same day

BRN CEU's Available for this course

EMS CEU's Available for this course

This course is designed primarily for healthcare professionals in emergency departments, intensive care units, critical care departments, surgical areas, or pre-hospital environments, such as physicians, nurses, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other professionals who may respond to a cardiovascular emergency. The ACLS Provider course provides the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate and manage the first 10 minutes of an adult ventricular fibrillation/ventricular tachycardia (VF/VT) arrest, symptomatic bradyarrhythmia, tachyarrhythmia, acute coronary syndrome, and acute ischemic stroke. This ACLS provider course is for students with a current ACLS Providers card that hasn't expired.

This course is approximately 6 hours

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

ACLS Card issued same day

BRN CEU's Available for this course

Busy healthcare providers often need an alternative to traditional, classroom-based ACLS training. HeartCode ACLS is the official, self-directed, comprehensive e-learning program from the American Heart Association (AHA). Students complete an interactive, cognitive portion that includes ten realistic patient microsimulation scenarios covering the ACLS algorithms, a team dynamics lesson, and access to AHA textbooks. Once the student has successfully completed their online course they may take their skills test. Skills tests may be completed at West Coast EMT CPR Division's Orange office.

Once the skills test has been successfully completed the student will receive their official AHA ACLS Card. With HeartCode ACLS, students will not only benefit from a convenient online based course, but will also save valuable time. The online course will only work with PC’s and not MAC’s.

Benefits:

  • Official American Heart Association approved course
  • Receive Instant , objective feedback and evaluation
  • Faster certification process compared to classroom based course
  • Decrease or eliminate textbook expense
  • Features Realistic patient cases using microsimulation technology
  • AHA Card issued upon completion of skills check

This self-directed, online course prepares healthcare professionals to evaluate and assess patients with potential symptoms of myocardial infarction, interpret ECGs for signs of STEMI (ST-elevation myocardial infarction), and activate a system of care for rapid reperfusion of an occluded coronary artery. Learn: Rapid STEMI ID supports the efforts of the American Heart Association's Mission: Lifeline®, a national initiative to improve quality of care and outcomes in heart attack patients by improving healthcare systems' readiness and response to STEMI patients. No skills session is required to complete the course. Upon successful completion, students will receive a certificate of completion and will be eligible to apply for continuing education credits. This course is based on the 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and ECC.

Key Features and Benefits

This course includes information on:

  • understanding STEMI systems of care and STEMI recognition
  • basics of acute coronary syndromes (ACS) and triage of STEMI patients
  • acquiring high-quality, 12-lead electrocardiograms (ECGs)
  • 12-lead findings that mimic STEMI
  • coronary anatomy related to 12-lead ECG
  • indications for activating a Heart Alert System

Course features:

  • a practice 12-lead ECG test
  • a 2-part American Heart Association exam
  • a certificate of completion available to print upon successful completion
  • eligibility for continuing education credit

This Web-based, self-paced instructional program is designed for in-hospital and out-of-hospital healthcare providers, and is particularly geared toward the experienced provider. The program uses an information-based approach with static materials, covering treatment from the field to the emergency department, as well as critical care and rehabilitation.

Key Features and Benefits

This course includes information on:

  • the stroke Chain of Survival
  • the 8 Ds of stroke care
  • definitions of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke
  • pathophysiology
  • stroke risk factors
  • stroke recognition
  • stroke management
  • transition to critical care and rehabilitation

Course features:

  • 10 checkpoint exercises
  • review questions
  • an online exam to be taken after all exercises are completed
  • a printable certificate of completion
  • eligibility for continuing education credit

1.5 contact hours for CEU's

*** There is no skills with this course ***

This self-directed, online course is for healthcare professionals who need basic rhythm recognition skills, including telemetry staff and those preparing for an ACLS course, such as paramedics/EMTs, nurses, physicians, clinical pharmacists, and respiratory therapists. This course allows healthcare providers to gain proficiency in ECG rhythm recognition in an effort to provide better treatment and improve patient outcomes. No skills session is required to complete the course. Upon successful completion, students will receive a certificate of completion and will be eligible to apply for continuing education credits. This course is based on the 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and ECC.

Key Features and Benefits

This course includes information on:

  • basic rhythm understanding
  • relationship between ECG strip and heart impulses
  • common arrhythmias
  • identifying and distinguishing various arrhythmias

Course features:

  • a 2-part American Heart Association exam
  • a certificate of completion available to print upon successful completion
  • eligibility for continuing education credit

Designed for pediatricians, nurses, paramedics, respiratory therapists, emergency physicians, and other healthcare providers who care for infants and children, the PALS course teaches participants to recognize infants and children at risk for cardiopulmonary arrest, strategies needed to prevent cardiopulmonary arrest in infants and children, and skills needed to resuscitate and stabilize infants and children in respiratory failure, shock, or cardiopulmonary arrest. This PALS provider course is for 1st time students or if you have an expired card.

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

This course is approximately 10 hours.

PALS Card issued same day

BRN CEU's Available for this course

EMS CEU's Available for this course

Designed for pediatricians, nurses, paramedics, respiratory therapists, emergency physicians, and other healthcare providers who care for infants and children, the PALS course teaches participants to recognize infants and children at risk for cardiopulmonary arrest, strategies needed to prevent cardiopulmonary arrest in infants and children, and skills needed to resuscitate and stabilize infants and children in respiratory failure, shock, or cardiopulmonary arrest. This PALS provider course is for students with a current PALS Providers card that has not yet expired.

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

This course is approximately 6 hours.

PALS Card issued same day

BRN CEU's Available for this course

EMS CEU's Available for this course

Busy healthcare providers often need an alternative to traditional, classroom-based PALS training. HeartCode PALS is the official, self-directed, comprehensive e-learning program from the American Heart Association (AHA). Students complete an interactive, cognitive portion that includes 12 realistic patient microsimulation scenarios covering pediatric patients, a team dynamics lesson, recognition and management of sick children. Once the student has successfully completed their online course they may take their skills test. Skills tests may be completed at West Coast EMT CPR Division- Orange office. Once the skills test has been successfully completed the student will receive their official AHA PALS Card. With HeartCode PALS, students will not only benefit from a convenient online based course, but will also save valuable time. The online course will only work with PC’s and not MAC’s.

Benefits:

  • Official American Heart Association approved course
  • Receive Instant , objective feedback and evaluation
  • Faster certification process compared to classroom based course
  • Decrease or eliminate textbook expense
  • Features Realistic patient cases using microsimulation technology
  • AHA Card issued upon completion of skills check

American Heart Association PEARS Certification - 2 Year Certification  

Recommended for: All healthcare professionals and medical personnel who need to be able to recognize and manage pediatric emergencies. If you are credentialed for advanced pediatric skills please take our PALS class.

TEXTBOOK IS REQUIRED FOR THE COURSE, if you do not have a textbook you will be asked to purchase one the day of class.

The PEARS Class covers:

  • A systematic approach to basic Pediatric Assessment
  • Respiratory compromise and arrest recognition and management
  • Circulatory compromise and arrest recognition and management
  • Shock recognition and management
  • Pediatric chain of survival review
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) review
  • Numerous pediatric case studies and simulations
  • How to be more confident in responding to pediatric emergencies

 EMS, BRN, and Dental Board CEs Available!

This 12 week class consists of online modules- including power points, interactive lectures, case studies, and video review. There is mandatory classroom time once a week for students to be exposed to new skills, practice sessions, lecture review, skills testing, and written exams.

This program is designed to give the student the skills and knowledge to function as a working Emergency Medical Technician at the basic level and to facilitate the passing of the National Registry Exam. The program is intended for those who want to gain employment as a firefighter, emergency care technician at a hospital and Ambulance driver or attendant. It is also for those individuals who are planning on attempting to obtain a higher level of medical training such as RN, PA or MD as an enhancement for the competitive application process for those professions. If you have a criminal background, misdemeanor, felony, i.e., theft, assault, on probation, DUI. Contact the local EMS agency to determine eligibility before you enroll in the EMT course.

Payment plans are an easy way for you to guarantee your spot in a class without making full payment at time of registration.

Total Course fee $950

$600 due at registration

$250 - 1st payment

$100 - 2nd payment

Auto debit every Friday after the class begins. (2) consecutive payments.

The $600 registration fee is non-refundable. Payments must be made on or before the due dates listed for each class. Failure to pay on assigned date will result in being dropped from the program.

You must have the American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare provider CPR card at the start of class.

You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll.

You must have access to the internet to enroll

You must aquire the appropriate uniform for class through Galls.

You must have and bring a copy of your Hepatitis B Vaccination

You must have and bring a copy of your Tuberculosis Skin Test (must be within the past 6 months)

The textbook is not included. We will be using the AAOS 11th Edition EMT Textbook. You must have the textbook for the course.

Online access code is required for the course. To purchase the access code and textbook, please click on the following link http://go.jblearning.com/WestCoastEMT

 Grooming Standards- Men must be clean shaved and Female's must have their hair pulled back or braided. No visible piercings and tattoo's must be covered.

This course meets on Saturdays from 8am to 12pm at the Orange County Campus.

 

This 12 week class consists of online modules- including power points, interactive lectures, case studies, and video review. There is mandatory classroom time once a week for students to be exposed to new skills, practice sessions, lecture review, skills testing, and written exams.

This program is designed to give the student the skills and knowledge to function as a working Emergency Medical Technician at the basic level and to facilitate the passing of the National Registry Exam. The program is intended for those who want to gain employment as a firefighter, emergency care technician at a hospital and Ambulance driver or attendant. It is also for those individuals who are planning on attempting to obtain a higher level of medical training such as RN, PA or MD as an enhancement for the competitive application process for those professions. If you have a criminal background, misdemeanor, felony, i.e., theft, assault, on probation, DUI. Contact the local EMS agency to determine eligibility before you enroll in the EMT course.

Payment plans are an easy way for you to guarantee your spot in a class without making full payment at time of registration.

Total Course fee $899

$600 due at registration

$200 - 1st payment

$99 - 2nd payment

Effective 2017

Total Course fee $950

$600 due at registration

$250 - 1st payment

$100 - 2nd payment

Auto debit every Friday after the class begins. (2) consecutive payments.

The $600 registration fee is non-refundable. Payments must be made on or before the due dates listed for each class. Failure to pay on assigned date will result in being dropped from the program.

 

You must have the American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare provider CPR card at the start of class.

You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll.

You must have access to the internet to enroll

You must aquire the appropriate uniform for class through Galls.

You must have and bring a copy of your Hepatitis B Vaccination

You must have and bring a copy of your Tuberculosis Skin Test (must be within the past 6 months)

The textbook is not included. We will be using the AAOS 11th Edition EMT Textbook. You must have the textbook for the course.

Online access code is required for the course. To purchase the access code and textbook, please click on the following link http://go.jblearning.com/WestCoastEMT

 

This course meets on Sunday's from 8am to 12pm at the Orange County Campus

 

 

This program is designed to give the student the skills and knowledge to function as a working Emergency Medical Technician at the basic level and to facilitate the passing of the National Registry Exam. The program is intended for those who want to gain employment as a firefighter, emergency care technician at a hospital and Ambulance driver or attendant. It is also for those individuals who are planning on attempting to obtain a higher level of medical training such as RN, PA or MD as an enhancement for the competitive application process for those professions. This course material is drawn from the new National Education Standards Curriculum. If you have a criminal background, misdemeanor, felony, i.e., theft, assault, on probation, DUI. Contact the local EMS agency to determine eligibility before you enroll in the EMT course.

144 hours Didactic & Skills

24 hour clinical (ride along)

168 hours Total

The course runs from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Thursday.

Payment plans are an easy way for you to guarantee your spot in a class without making full payment at time of registration.

Total Course fee $950

$600 due at registration

$250 - 1st payment

$100 - 2nd payment

Auto debit every Friday after the class begins. (2) consecutive payments.

The $600 registration fee is non-refundable. Payments must be made on or before the due dates listed for each class. Failure to pay on assigned date will result in being dropped from the program.

 

The textbook is not included. We will be using the AAOS 11th Edition EMT Textbook. You must have the textbook for the course.

Online access code is required for the course. To purchase the access code and textbook, please click on the following link Textbook Purchase

You must bring a laptop or tablet with internet access to class for testing

You must purchase the FISDAP testing module through FISDAP Testing

You must have the American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare provider CPR card at the start of class.

You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll.

You must aquire the appropriate uniform for class through Galls.

You must have and bring a copy of your Hepatitis B Vaccination

You must have and bring a copy of your Tuberculosis Skin Test (must be within the past 6 months)

Grooming Standards- Men must be clean shaved and Female's must have their hair pulled back or braided. No visible piercings and tattoo's must be covered.

This program is designed to give the student the skills and knowledge to function as a working Emergency Medical Technician at the basic level and to facilitate the passing of the National Registry Exam. The program is intended for those who want to gain employment as a firefighter, emergency care technician at a hospital and Ambulance driver or attendant. It is also for those individuals who are planning on attempting to obtain a higher level of medical training such as RN, PA or MD as an enhancement for the competitive application process for those professions. This course material is drawn from the new National Education Standards Curriculum. If you have a criminal background, misdemeanor, felony, i.e., theft, assault, on probation, DUI. Contact the local EMS agency to determine eligibility before you enroll in the EMT course.

144 hours Didactic & Skills

24 hour clinical (ride along)

168 hours Total

The course runs from 6pm-10pm Monday and Wednesday

Payment plans are an easy way for you to guarantee your spot in a class without making full payment at time of registration.

Total Course fee $950

$600 due at registration

$250 - 1st payment

$100 - 2nd payment

Auto debit every Friday after the class begins. (2) consecutive payments.

The $600 registration fee is non-refundable. Payments must be made on or before the due dates listed for each class. Failure to pay on assigned date will result in being dropped from the program.

The textbook is not included. We will be using the AAOS 11th Edition EMT Textbook. You must have the textbook for the course.

Online access code is required for the course. To purchase the access code and textbook, please click on the following link Textbook Purchase

You must bring a laptop or tablet with internet access to class for testing

You must purchase the FISDAP testing module through FISDAP Testing

You must have the American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare provider CPR card at the start of class.

You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll.

You must aquire the appropriate uniform for class through Galls.

You must have and bring a copy of your Hepatitis B Vaccination

You must have and bring a copy of your Tuberculosis Skin Test (must be within the past 6 months)

 Grooming Standards- Men must be clean shaved and Female's must have their hair pulled back or braided. No visible piercings and tattoo's must be covered.

 

 

 

This program is designed to give the student the skills and knowledge to function as a working Emergency Medical Technician at the basic level and to facilitate the passing of the National Registry Exam. The program is intended for those who want to gain employment as a firefighter, emergency care technician at a hospital and Ambulance driver or attendant. It is also for those individuals who are planning on attempting to obtain a higher level of medical training such as RN, PA or MD as an enhancement for the competitive application process for those professions. This course material is drawn from the new National Education Standards Curriculum. If you have a criminal background, misdemeanor, felony, i.e., theft, assault, on probation, DUI. Contact the local EMS agency to determine eligibility before you enroll in the EMT course.

144 hours Didactic & Skills

24 hour clinical (ride along)

168 hours Total

The course runs from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Thursday.

Payment plans are an easy way for you to guarantee your spot in a class without making full payment at time of registration.

Total Course fee $950

$600 due at registration

$250 - 1st payment

$100 - 2nd payment

Auto debit every Friday after the class begins. (2) consecutive payments.

The $600 registration fee is non-refundable. Payments must be made on or before the due dates listed for each class. Failure to pay on assigned date will result in being dropped from the program.

 

The textbook is not included. We will be using the AAOS 11th Edition EMT Textbook. You must have the textbook for the course.

Online access code is required for the course. To purchase the access code and textbook, please click on the following link http://go.jblearning.com/WestCoastEMT

You must have the American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare provider CPR card at the start of class.

You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll.

You must aquire the appropriate uniform for class through Galls.

You must have and bring a copy of your Hepatitis B Vaccination

You must have and bring a copy of your Tuberculosis Skin Test (must be within the past 6 months)

Grooming Standards- Men must be clean shaved and Female's must have their hair pulled back or braided. No visible piercings and tattoo's must be covered.

This program is designed to give the student the skills and knowledge to function as a working Emergency Medical Technician at the basic level and to facilitate the passing of the National Registry Exam. The program is intended for those who want to gain employment as a firefighter, emergency care technician at a hospital and Ambulance driver or attendant. It is also for those individuals who are planning on attempting to obtain a higher level of medical training such as RN, PA or MD as an enhancement for the competitive application process for those professions. This course material is drawn from the new National Education Standards Curriculum. If you have a criminal background, misdemeanor, felony, i.e., theft, assault, on probation, DUI. Contact the local EMS agency to determine eligibility before you enroll in the EMT course.

144 hours Didactic & Skills

24 hour clinical (ride along)

168 hours Total

The course runs from 6pm-10pm Monday and Wednesday

Payment plans are an easy way for you to guarantee your spot in a class without making full payment at time of registration.

Total Course fee $950

$600 due at registration

$250 - 1st payment

$100 - 2nd payment

Auto debit every Friday after the class begins. (2) consecutive payments.

The $600 registration fee is non-refundable. Payments must be made on or before the due dates listed for each class. Failure to pay on assigned date will result in being dropped from the program.

The textbook is not included. We will be using the AAOS 11th Edition EMT Textbook. You must have the textbook for the course.

Online access code is required for the course. To purchase the access code and textbook, please click on the following link http://go.jblearning.com/WestCoastEMT

You must have the American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare provider CPR card at the start of class.

You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll.

You must aquire the appropriate uniform for class through Galls.

You must have and bring a copy of your Hepatitis B Vaccination

You must have and bring a copy of your Tuberculosis Skin Test (must be within the past 6 months)

 Grooming Standards- Men must be clean shaved and Female's must have their hair pulled back or braided. No visible piercings and tattoo's must be covered.

 

This program is designed to give the student the skills and knowledge to function as a working Emergency Medical Technician at the basic level and to facilitate the passing of the National Registry Exam. The program is intended for those who want to gain employment as a firefighter, emergency care technician at a hospital and Ambulance driver or attendant. It is also for those individuals who are planning on attempting to obtain a higher level of medical training such as RN, PA or MD as an enhancement for the competitive application process for those professions. This course material is drawn from the new National Education Standards Curriculum. If you have a criminal background, misdemeanor, felony, i.e., theft, assault, on probation, DUI. Contact the local EMS agency to determine eligibility before you enroll in the EMT course.

144 hours Didactic & Skills

24 hour clinical (ride along)

168 hours Total

The course runs from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Thursday. 

Payment plans are an easy way for you to guarantee your spot in a class without making full payment at time of registration.

Total Course fee $950

$600 due at registration

$250 - 1st payment

$100 - 2nd payment

Auto debit every Friday after the class begins. (2) consecutive payments.

The $600 registration fee is non-refundable. Payments must be made on or before the due dates listed for each class. Failure to pay on assigned date will result in being dropped from the program.

The textbook is not included. We will be using the AAOS 11th Edition EMT Textbook. You must have the textbook for the course.

Online access code is required for the course. To purchase the access code and textbook, please click on the following link http://go.jblearning.com/WestCoastEMT

You must have the American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare provider CPR card at the start of class.

You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll.

You must aquire the appropriate uniform for class through Galls.

You must have and bring a copy of your Hepatitis B Vaccination

You must have and bring a copy of your Tuberculosis Skin Test (must be within the past 6 months)

Grooming Standards- Men must be clean shaved and Female's must have their hair pulled back or braided. No visible piercings and tattoo's must be covered.

This program is designed to give the student the skills and knowledge to function as a working Emergency Medical Technician at the basic level and to facilitate the passing of the National Registry Exam. The program is intended for those who want to gain employment as a firefighter, emergency care technician at a hospital and Ambulance driver or attendant. It is also for those individuals who are planning on attempting to obtain a higher level of medical training such as RN, PA or MD as an enhancement for the competitive application process for those professions. This course material is drawn from the new National Education Standards Curriculum. If you have a criminal background, misdemeanor, felony, i.e., theft, assault, on probation, DUI. Contact the local EMS agency to determine eligibility before you enroll in the EMT course.

144 hours Didactic & Skills

24 hour clinical (ride along)

168 hours Total

The course runs from 6pm-10pm  Monday and Wednesday. 

Payment plans are an easy way for you to guarantee your spot in a class without making full payment at time of registration.

Total Course fee $950

$600 due at registration

$250 - 1st payment

$100 - 2nd payment

Auto debit every Friday after the class begins. (2) consecutive payments.

The $600 registration fee is non-refundable. Payments must be made on or before the due dates listed for each class. Failure to pay on assigned date will result in being dropped from the program.

 The textbook is not included. We will be using the AAOS 11th Edition EMT Textbook. You must have the textbook for the course.

Online access code is required for the course. To purchase the access code and textbook, please click on the following link http://go.jblearning.com/WestCoastEMT

You must have the American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare provider CPR card at the start of class.

You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll.

You must aquire the appropriate uniform for class through Galls.

You must have and bring a copy of your Hepatitis B Vaccination

You must have and bring a copy of your Tuberculosis Skin Test (must be within the past 6 months)

Grooming Standards- Men must be clean shaved and Female's must have their hair pulled back or braided. No visible piercings and tattoo's must be covered.

24 Hour EMT re-certification course

This EMT re-certification course meets the state required hours to recertify your EMT license. The course is designed to be completed in 3 eight hour days to provide you with 24 hours of continuing education units. In order to receive your course completion certificate, you must attend all hours. No exceptions.

  • 24 hours of Continuing Education Units
  • Course Modules
  • Preparatory
    • - Airway
    • - Trauma
    • - Patient Assessment
    • - Medical/ Behavioral
    • - OB GYN
  • CA EMSA State Skills Testing
  • OCEMS Accreditation Training

 

Lapse in Certification information:

Lapse of less than six (6) months:

Obtain at least twenty-four hours of continuing education hours (CEH) from an approved continuing education provider or successfully complete a twenty-four hour refresher course from an approved EMT-I training program and submit a completed skills competency verification form.

Lapse of six (6) months or more, but less than twelve (12) months:

Obtain at least twenty-four hours of continuing education hours (CEH) from an approved continuing education provider or successfully complete a twenty-four hour refresher course from an approved EMT-I training program and submit a completed skills competency verification form and complete an additional twelve (12) hours' continuing education for a total of 36 hours of training.

Lapse of twelve (12) months or more, but less that twenty-four (24) months:

Obtain at least twenty-four hours of continuing education hours (CEH) from an approved continuing education provider or successfully complete a twenty-four hour refresher course from an approved EMT-I training program and submit a completed skills competency verification form and complete an additional twenty-four (24) hours' continuing education for a total of 48 hours of training and pass the National Registry written and skills certification exam.

Lapse of greater than twenty-four (24) months:

Complete an entire EMT-I course over again.

 

If you have completed the 24 hrs of continuing education hours and needs the CA State Skills completed, this is the course for it

Verification of skills competency shall be valid for a maximum of two (2) years for the purpose of applying for recertification. The skills requiring verification of competency are:

(1) Patient examination, trauma patient
(2) Patient examination, medical patient
(3) Airway emergencies
(4) Breathing emergencies
(5) CPR/AED
(6) Circulation emergencies
(7) Neurological emergencies
(8) Soft tissue injuries
(9) Musculoskeletal injuries
(10) Obstetrical emergencies

OCEMS EMT Accreditation course.

Local accreditation allows the EMT to practice an expanded scope of practice. OCEMS policy 315.00

Course length: Approx 5 hours

Students Skills Assessment and Post Test

  • OCEMS Accreditation Training

Post Test : 80% passing

CE Provider # 30-0116

Contact Us

If you have any questions regarding registration of classes, please contact us.

844-589-1459