Interested in becoming a licensed Emergency Medical Technician? The St. Charles EMT Training Program provides the basic level of training for the emergency care provider and leads to both state and national licensure examinations. Students will master the basic skills of emergency care through classroom training, hands-on skill training, and clinical observation, both in a hospital emergency department and on an ambulance. Upon successful completion of this program, students are eligible to take the National Registry Exam for certification by the State of Missouri.
EMT Training is the first step for any student interested in a career in the healthcare industry. According to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of emergency medical technicians and paramedics expected to rise 33 percent between 2010 and 2020, due to an increase in health emergencies as the population of middle-aged and elderly people grows. Those with EMT certification can work as a paramedic, firefighter, emergency department technician, home health care provider, dispatching communications specialist, or health screener. WIOA Approved
Now Registering for:
- $25 Entrance exam (Must pass to enroll)
- $250 Non-refundable registration fee, applied to tuition
- $1,299 Tuition (includes one EMT class polo shirt)
- $251 Textbook/lab
Learn more about this exciting career at an upcoming orientation. All students MUST attend an orientation to enroll. At the moment, All orientations will be conducted via ZOOM and can be accessed via computer, tablet, or mobile device.
April 1 (5 pm) Register
April 8 (5 pm) Register
April 20 (5 pm) Register
May 6 (5 pm) Register
May 11 (5 pm) Register
May 20 (5 pm) Register
24-Hour EMT Refresher Course
The 24-hour Refresher course is designed to meet the requirements of the Department of Transportation (DOT) and National Registry standards, and the State of Missouri Bureau of EMS.
This course is for you if any of the following apply:
- You have made three (3) unsuccessful attempts at the NREMT Written Exam and remedial training is required.
- You are not currently working in the field and want to keep your knowledge and skills up-to-date.
- You need to re-license for your State EMT license.
- Your NREMT Certification has lapsed.
To receive a certificate, you must attend all the classes. A copy of your EMT license and BLS certification is required or before the first day of class. Seating is limited.
Wednesday—9/15-10/20 (6-10 pm) Register
Students will learn to recognize life-threatening emergencies and to provide immediate care. Certification includes adult, child, and infant CPR with AED. Group scheduling and pricing are available upon request.
Learn in-demand skills around your schedule. Our online, self-paced, or instructor-led training is designed to prepare you for entry or advancement in career opportunities.
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