EMR to EMT Bridge

$700.00

Class Date

Jan 12th- March 13th (6pm-10pm) Some Saturday classes (TBD)

This 110 plus hour program that bridges current EMRs to EMT by reviewing their current knowledge and building a more in-depth concentration on pharmacology, medication administration, assessment, and scope of practice preparing them to function in the EMT role. This course includes all the skills necessary to provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level in accordance with the National Standard Curriculum and the guidelines set forth by the State of Connecticut. This exciting, yet demanding course will be taught through didactic lectures, hands-on demonstrations, and practical application settings. Reading assignments and on-line training will be part of this program as well. Adults learn in different ways and must take responsibility for their own learning through goal setting, research, and self-evaluation. The instructor is a facilitator of learning who provides objectives, resources, coaching, feedback, and evaluation. Adults bring with them to the educational setting life experiences that can be drawn upon as a foundation for learning new information and skills.

This course has a prerequisite requirement – Must have current EMR certification for a minimum of 1 year.

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  • This 110 plus hour program that bridges current EMRs to EMT by reviewing their current knowledge and building a more in-depth concentration on pharmacology, medication administration, assessment, and scope of practice preparing them to function in the EMT role. This course includes all the skills necessary to provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level in accordance with the National Standard Curriculum and the guidelines set forth by the State of Connecticut. This exciting, yet demanding course will be taught through didactic lectures, hands-on demonstrations, and practical application settings. Reading assignments and on-line training will be part of this program as well. Adults learn in different ways and must take responsibility for their own learning through goal setting, research, and self-evaluation. The instructor is a facilitator of learning who provides objectives, resources, coaching, feedback, and evaluation. Adults bring with them to the educational setting life experiences that can be drawn upon as a foundation for learning new information and skills.
  • PREREQUISITES - Must have current EMR certification for a minimum of 1 year.

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Date

Jan 12th – March 13th

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