Details on the EMT Course includes:
The EMT Course is a 150-hour course that educates the EMT to provide out-of-hospital emergency care or Basic Life Support (BLS). You will learn how to assess a patient for injury or illness, administer CPR, control bleeding, maintaining airway patency, administer a limited number of medications, and prevent shock. You will be able to respond to respiratory, cardiac, and trauma emergencies. The course will cover anatomy, physiology, fractures and dislocations, childbirth, pediatric emergency care, applying splints and bandages, and moving and transporting patients. Once you become an EMT, you can consider advancing to the other levels of EMS including Advanced EMT and Paramedic.
As an EMT you will provide immediate medical care for people with a sudden injury or illness.
Family, friends, and neighbors will appreciate knowing they can count on people
like you to help them in their greatest time of need.
To successfully complete the EMT course the student must attain CPR certification, maintain 90% attendance, a course grade above 80%, and pass a state administered hands-on exam and national computer based test.
To learn more about the EMT and various levels of National Registry certification visit the NREMT website.
Call Oakes Ambulance today to find out about how to become an EMT and save lives!
Details on the EMR Course includes:
The EMR Course is a 50-hour course (12 weeks) that prepares the learner for basic emergency pre-hospital care.
Content of the course includes: EMS System, Well-Being, Legal Issues, Communication, Lifting and Moving, Airway Management, Medical and Trauma Emergencies, Childbirth, Infants and Children, and Disaster Response. To successfully complete the EMR course the student must attain CPR certification, maintain 90% attendance, a course grade above 80%, and pass local hands-on testing.
The EMR is a great course in studying to become an EMT!
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Enhanced education available for current EMT's include:
* Limited Advanced Airway
* Nebulized Medications
* IV Maintenance
Other education that is available from our Paramedic educators include:
* Glucose monitoring
* STEMI training
* LUCAS training
* Narcan training
* Emergency driving
The Oakes Ambulance also offers education directed to meet the new National Continued Competency Requirements (NCCR) and the subject matter covers the following categories:
* Airway, Respiration & Ventilation
The NCCP Education Guides, Training Officer booklet, an alphabet courses hour allotment can be found on the NREMT NCCP Recertification Website.
Oakes Ambulance Education Department typically hosts an "NCCR Day" for EMT personnel in February each year, and an "NCCR Day" for EMR personnel in March each year. Please contact us in January for the date, time and agenda.
|Provider Level||NCCR||LCCR||ICCR||Total Hours|
|EMT||20 hours||10 hours||10 hours ||40 hours|
|AEMT||25 hours||12.5 hours||12.5 hours||50 hours|
|Paramedic||30 hours||15 hours||15 hours||60 hours|
|North Dakota EMR||8 hour ||4 hours ||4 hours ||16 hours |
*33% of the total NCCR hours may be obtained through distributive learning (EMR 3 hours, EMT 7 hours, AEMT 8 hours, Paramedic 10 hours).
*66% of the total LCCR hours may be obtained through distributive learning (EMR 3 hours, EMT 7 hours, AEMT 8 hours, Paramedic 10 hours).
*100% of the total ICCR hours may be obtained through distributive learning.
Distributive education is defined by the continuing Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) (formerly CECBEMS) as “…an educational activity in which the learner, the instructor, and the educational materials are not all present at the same time, and students and instructors are not able to interact in real time. CE activities that are offered online, via CD-ROM or video, or through reading journal articles or listening to audio tapes are usually considered by CAPCE (formerly CECBEMS) as distributed learning” (CECBEMS, 2015). CECBEMS uses the F3 designation for distributive education. Other CAPCE designations F1 (one-time events), F2 (multiple-event activities), and F5 (Virtual Instructor Led Training-VILT) are not classified as distributive education.
To be used effectively, these programs must be developed by credible sources, be medically accurate and educationally sound. These programs should be accredited by state, CAPCE, or other accrediting bodies and include some form of outcome measurement.
For more information about CAPCE or to view the list of sites that offer online education click here