Hey do u have Reddit?If u do can u post ur Reddit so that I can dm u?Its much easier to dm on Reddit.I work for Acadian Ambulance and like working for them. I did not go to their EMT school, but have heard good things about it. You can also ask and they might pay you back the school costs if go to work for them.
EMT is the entry-level position in the emergency medical services field. In 3-4 months, you can learn the skills you will need to work as part of a medical response team.nationalemsacademy.com
Hey. So I have a couple of questions about both programs. R the emt programs for National EMS and Texas EMS offered over the summer?R the instructors chill with the grading,or are they strict?Also,what is the drop out rate/nremt pass rate?No, I dont have Reddit.
You could also consider the EMT School I went. https://texasemsacademy.com/. It is 14 days at 12 hours per day. It is Corpus Christi. I got a hotel room there and it worked great. The instructors were very good. It is intense, but you get it over with quick. I passed the NREMT test on my first try.
Go on their websites. All that data should be there.Hey. So I have a couple of questions about both programs. R the emt programs for National EMS and Texas EMS offered over the summer?R the instructors chill with the grading,or are they strict?Also,what is the drop out rate/nremt pass rate?
I only know about the Texas EMS Academy that I went to. The instructors were very good. They worked to make sure we all know the material. Everyone passed. This of this as a Professional School where you go to learn and not just some collage offering EMT classes that worry more about grades. Be at class everyday (you have to or by law they can not pass you. State law requires the hours) pay attention, ask questions and do some reading at night. You will pass. It is only 14 days and that include the practice days and rotations on ambulances and at ERs. The instructors make it their job to get you to learn the material and pass. I used an online study guide to help get ready for the NREMT test, but I think everybody does. The school had deal with one that you could use for free. Call them with questions. They are helpful.Go on their websites. All that data should be there.