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We currently have a 90% 1st time National Registry computer based exam pass rate over a three year period!
Testimonials from previous course graduates:
“This course is excellent. Very little time is wasted; schedule is very aggressive but I felt 100% prepared for the NREMT exam.”
“Brian is one of the top 5 instructors I’ve ever had. I am grateful for the opportunity to learn from him.”
“I have a high regard for this program. It met my expectations and then exceeded them. I will highly recommend this program to others in the field.”
The EMT Immersion Program has been developed to not only prepare the student for the NREMT exam and certification, but also the critical thinking skills necessary to make life saving decisions and perform to the highest level in the real world. The course is taught at an accelerated pace by a team of professionals with over 50 years combined experience in EMS as EMTs and Paramedics. The curriculum is designed to teach above and beyond the standards set forth by NHTSA and our students are pushed to have the deepest understanding of the material possible.
The course is 21 working days including the American Heart Association BLS CPR Class (CPR course will be offered at no charge for those students who do not currently hold their certification. ALL students are required to attend for admin processing).
The Warriorschool EMT Immersion Program follows the United States Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Emergency Medical Technician-Basic: National Standard Curriculum (1994) and is approved by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. Upon successful completion of the immersion program, the student will be eligible to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians exams. Completion of the EMT-Basic immersion course alone does not certify a student for employment. Certification in Arizona is controlled entirely by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services.
2017 EMT Immersion Course Dates are:
March 5-31, 2017
June 18 – July 14, 2017 (Summer Session falls within UofA break)
September 17- October 13, 2017
December 17, 2017- January 9, 2018 (Winter Session falls within UofA break)
We now accept the GI Bill as payment for the EMT-B Program fees and tuition. Please contact us for more information on how to use your Veteran’s GI Bill.
Regular Schedule: Classroom didactic: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Text: All student materials/fees are included in course price
Course fee includes: AHA BLS Healthcare Provider CPR Certification, Initial NREMT Computer Testing Fee, Consumable Medical Supplies (Lab Fees), Stethoscope, Pocket Mask, Pen Light, Warriorschool EMT Student Polo, Warriorschool EMT Student T-Shirts, Trauma Sheers, Name Tag, Text Book, Work Book, Course Handouts, 24 Hours of clinical/vehicular shifts. This course meets Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for 20 class days, which includes the National Registry Practical Test. In addition to the didactic classroom time, students must complete 24 hours of clinical/vehicular hours. This time must be completed outside of normal course hours. The EMT-Basic Immersion course is a way for you to reach certification in the shortest time frame possible.
Warriorschool’s EMT Immersion course is full-time, and very rigorous. You must fully commit your time and energy in order to successfully complete the course.
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