There is not an enrollment fee, Course fees are stated below.
This is a fast paced course that combines both online lecture with in-person Lab/Practical days. There will be quizzes due at the end of each chapter along with module exams. Each student is required to complete 48 hours of Pre-Hospital Clinical time. This course will begin on June 12, 2023. Content is set up on a weekly basis with each chapter exam to be completed by the end of each week. There are four clinical days scheduled and will be done from 6:00am to 6:00pm unless otherwise noted per agency, at a location determined by the Education Coordinator. MiREMS is currently offering $900.00 per student and grant money paperwork will be need to be filled out on the first in-person class on June 12, 2023. Therefore, Sanilac County residents only pay $75.00 and out-of-county will pay $275.00. Cost includes Platinum Planner and EMS Testing subscription, Clinical ID Badge, 1 Clinical Shirt and Urine Drug Screen. Please download and print the application and submit prior to enrollment.
Deadline for enrollment is May 30, 2023.
Online Content will open for review on June 1, 2023.
All Scheduled Lab/Practical days, Midterm and Final exam attendance is mandatory. NO exceptions.
Educaton required prior to start date.
Each student must complete the following courses and provide a copy of the class completion certificate prior to the June 12th begin date:
Human Trafficking: An EMS Call To Action: https://www.train.org/mi-train/course/10795
DOSE: Infant Safe Sleep & The DOSE Program: https://www.train.org/mi-train/course/1080336/
Pre-Course work for HIPAA, Bloodborn Pathogens etc… will be assigned prior to the start of the course.
Text Book and required online Navigate program are not included and must be purchase prior to the start of the class by the student. Please use the following ISBN number to obtain the correct materials. Textbook for course: AAOS Emergency Care & Transport of the Sick and Injured, 12th Edition, ISBN: 9781284227192, this includes a paperback text. You may also choose Digital only content. ISBN: 9781284227215 . Content is only available on JB Learning. https://www.jblearning.com/students.
Must be 17 years or older (you can be 17 to take the class and NREMT exam, but will not be eligible for a Michigan EMT license until 18 years).
Must be high school graduate or in your senior year or have a GED
Pass a background check
Candidates are required to submit the following records
Negative 2 step TB test within 1 year or IGRA ( Quantiferon Blood test)
Proof of immunity to MMR & Varicella (Titers required)
Proof of immunity to HepB (Titers required) or signed HepB declination, and any additonal vaccinations that clinical sites require. Example ( COVID 19 and Flu)
Urine Drug screen will be obtained prior to clinical time.
Copy of High School Diploma or GED
Copy of Valid Drivers License.
Candidates will need to complete EMS Tesing Competency exams assinged on the first day of class.
Clinical Days will be scheduled on the Platinum Planner as available.