EMT Training Programs Description
EMT Original Training Course:
training includes practical hands-on skill training combined with lecture-based instruction. All students must demonstrate
competence in practical skills and maintain a 70% average on all written exams. Each student will be required to spend 16
hours of clinical observation on an EMS Ambulance. (This will be setup by SIEMT after the course Midterm).
EMT-B candidate will demonstrate and prove their abilities in the following areas:
- Patient Assessment/Vital signs
- Managing Medical Emergencies
- Utilizing BLS Equipment - Oxygen, suctioning, airways
- CPR 2010 guidelines (cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
- AED (Automated External Defibrilation)
- Bleeding control and Wound, Shock management
- Fracture and Spinal Stabilization
- Emergency Childbirth
- Hazardous Materials
- US Dept. of Homeland Security - Weapons of Mass Destruction
THIS COURSE WILL BE TAUGHT USING THE NEW
2012 NATIONAL EMS EDUCATIONAL GUIDELINES
Original Training Program Class Dates and Times
2013 to January 16, 2014 (7:00pm to 10:30pm)
Location: Moore Catholic
High School, Staten Island, NY
26, 2013 to January 16, 2014 (7:00pm to 10:30pm)
Location: Lutheran Medical
Center, Brooklyn, NY
EMT Original Training Course Frequently Asked Questions
What will we be doing
in this class and what is involved?
Class sessions are broken into either lecture or skill. Lecture sessions are all presented using
the latest power point slides and videos. In addition to in-classroom material, the student will also have access to the textbook
publishers web-site which will give the student access to a repeat of classroom material, practice test questions, and other
study materials. In the beginning of each class, there will be a multiple choice 10 to 15 question quiz which will be
reviewed that evening. The night of skill sessions, students will be split into small groups where they will participate
in hands-on practice of the many different skills that EMTS will perform in the field.
Who is eligible to enroll? What
do we need and what are the prerequisites?
The student must be 18 years of age by the last day of month in which the
class ends. High school diploma or GED. Must be physically able to perform the strenuous physical duties of the
EMT. Able to communicate effectively via telephone and radio. Able to lift, carry and balance up to 125 pounds
(250 with assistance) Able to interpret, in English, oral, written and diagnostic form instructions. Able to use
good judgment and remain calm in high-stress situations.
According to the NYS EMS code, applications for certification
or recertification must not have been convicted or charged with certain misdemeanors or felonies. Any student who has been
convicted of any crime, will need to be cleared by the State Health Department before they can sit for the state exam. You
can take the course but before you sit for the state exam you must be cleared by the State Health Department. This investigation
will only be done if you are a student in the class.
I have many more questions. How do we contact you?
at email@example.com for an Application or your questions. .
EMT-B Refresher Training Course:
THIS COURSE WILL BE TAUGHT USING
THE NEW NATIONAL 2012 EMS EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES
THE STATE EXAM STARTING IN DECEMBER WILL USE THESE NEW GUIDELINES IN THE STATE EXAM
The EMT-B refresher course allows New York City Emergency
Technicians to renew their credentials and receive new and updated information on protocols, policy, and procedures.
This course includes
the Revised NYS BLS protocols (Revised Patient Assessment,Aspirin administration by EMT’s, AED, Spinal immobilization
protocol update etc). The 2010 CPR guidelines and Homeland Security Awareness Level WMD certification. As in the past you will be allowed to challenge out
of certain parts of the Refresher course by passing the pre-course challenge written and skills exams. The
Pretest will be given on the 2nd and 3rd day of the program. All of the details for the skill and written
pretest will be covered on the first night of class.
Current EMT-B Refresher Training Program
Class Dates and Times
2013 to DECEMBER 19, 2013 (7:30pm to 11:00pm)
Midwood Ambulance, Brooklyn, NY
4, 2013 TO DECEMBER 19, 2013 (7:00pm to 10:30pm)
Moore Catholic High School, Staten Island, NY
Refresher Course Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible
to take the EMT-B refresher course
you completed a NYS EMT course and were issued a NYS EMT ID number you can take the refresher course regardless of how long
ago your card expired.
My certification expires on a particular
date. When should I take the refresher?
You should be in a refresher course at least 6 to 9 months before your card expires. If you take the state-exam
in the same month that your card expires the card will be valid until the results are completed (usually 4 to 6 weeks after
the exam). If you are in a refresher course and the card expires you are no longer a certified EMT in NYS and you cannot
work as an EMT on a NYS ambulance. You will be recertified once you take and pass the state exam at the end of the course.
How much does the course cost?
The fee for this program will be $375.00 which will be paid in full upon submission of this application.
Tuition must be paid by money order, or certified bank check. Personal checks will not be accepted. Make all checks
payable to WILLARD WRIGHT. If you are currently working as an EMT for a volunteer, municipal, commercial, or hospital-based
ambulance service in NYS, you may be eligible for reimbursement of your tuition. The forms for this reimbursement will
be dispersed the first night of class.
do I get to your main training location?
Staten Island Location: Moore Catholic High School, 100 Merrill Avenue,
Staten Island, NY 10314.
Brooklyn Location: Midwood
Ambulance, 2593 W 13th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232.
am an out-of-state EMT, how do I go about reciprocity?
If you are planning on working, or attending school in New York State and you currently hold an EMS certification,
or license from another state or the United States Military, you may be eligible to obtain a New York State Certification
through the reciprocity process. If you would like to obtain NYS certification under reciprocity please visit the NYS
website: http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/ems/main.htm and download the Information Packet for New York State
EMT Reciprocity (PDF 343Kb, 16 pages). Once you have completed and filed the reciprocity application DO NOT CALL the
Bureau of EMS to check on the status of your application. You will receive notification in the mail when the process is complete.
Attention Reciprocity Applicants with national Registry Certification!!
New York State does not grant certification as an EMT or advanced EMT based solely on National Registry Status.
I still have numerous questions. How do we contact you?