CURRICULUM, OBJECTIVES & INTERDISCIPLINARY LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
PARAMEDIC TRAINING PROGRAM PROVIDED BY FIRST RESPONSE EME/Canton Fire Consortium for EMS Education
(First Response Emergency Education is a Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Transformative Healthcare)
1200 hours will take 12 months and include the following modules:
-Lab 2 / Simulation
Course Cost: $13,000
Upon completion of the Paramedic training program with FIRST RESPONSE EME/Canton Fire Consortium for EMS Education, you will be eligible to take the NREMT certification exam
A main program objective is:
TO TRAIN NON-PHYSICIANS IN THE PRINCIPLES
OF EVALUATION AND RESUSCITATION OF THE CRITICALLY ILL OR INJURED PATIENT.
The educational goals of the Paramedic student will be:
TO ATTAIN ADVANCED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE IN THE
EVALUATION OF ACUTE MEDICAL EMERGENCIES, AND
TO DEVELOP THE PSYCHOMOTOR SKILLS NECESSARY TO
PERFORM WELL AND CONTRIBUTE TO STRONG PATIENT OUTCOMES.
The Paramedic curriculum takes place in a fast-paced and intense competency-based interdisciplinary learning environment. In addition to the classroom lecture, labs, and clinical rotations, students are required to participate in a field practicum as a capstone experience. This provides extensive patient contact under direct supervision of trained paramedic preceptors and allows for immediate feedback.
Our Paramedic Program offers interdisciplinary education provided by well-educated and versatile experienced paramedics, nurses, and physicians. With many hours of education above and beyond the paramedic prerequisites, our paramedic program is a time-tested formula of micro-lectures, skill labs, simulation, clinical, and field internships. Our program utilizes high fidelity mannequins, mobile and stationary simulation, Virtual Reality, and an educational philosophy that engages EMTs of all levels of experience while committing to success for all learning styles.
Total course work includes approximately 1,200 hours of didactic (classroom) and skills (lab) instruction at the Center for Clinical Excellence. The required three internships (Simulation, Clinical and field) prepare EMTs to transition into their new role as future Paramedics.
We have simple focuses which allow for our program entry to be competitive and sought after:
To be eligible for enrollment into a paramedic course, you must meet the following minimum requirements:
- Be currently certified as an EMT or AEMT and maintain EMT certification throughout the Paramedic Training Program.
- Have a current American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (CPR) card, renewed within the past 12 months. CPR certification must be maintained current throughout the Program.
Have a valid state driver’s license.
Have a high school diploma, certificate of completion, or GED.
Submit a complete program application and all supporting documents.
Interview with program faculty.
Have Health Insurance. You must maintain health insurance throughout the program.
Background checks are conducted to determine if prospective Paramedics have a criminal history and are usually
completed at the point of admission to the Paramedic Training Program and when applying to the State for NREMT
Call our Center of Excellence at (617) 915-3425 to discuss your interest in our Paramedic
Training Program and Scholarship Program for EMTs, or click the link above to apply now!
1,200 HOURS OF ADVANCED EDUCATION TO
PREPARE YOU FOR EXCEPTIONAL OUTCOMES
As a graduate of our Paramedic Education Program:
YOU WILL JOIN AN ELITE TEAM OF PRE-HOSPITAL PROFESSIONALS
SAVING LIVES AND DEFINING EXCELLENCE WITHIN EMS.
Paramedics are essential providers of emergency medical care who serve a critical role in saving lives. After approximately 1,200 hours of advanced education, Paramedics deploy their advanced skills to care for patients by performing advance life-saving skills including: starting IV’s, giving medication, using advanced airway management techniques to help patients breathe, providing advanced cardiac life support and more.
Paramedics provide the highest level of pre-hospital emergency care. You must possess the complex knowledge and skills necessary to provide patient care and transportation. If you are a driven professional, we want to work with you.
Paramedics must provide advanced care in a variety of settings. Utilizing critical thinking skills, paramedics rapidly assess, treat, and stabilize injured or ill patients and provide transport to or between hospitals. Initial education and a strong practical setting with a realistic approach to increasing both efficiency and efficacy of your patient care plan while focusing on people first, is our priority.
A Paramedic provides medical care for patients, performing skills in a variety of settings including pre-hospital, emergency departments, critical care units and cardiac catheter labs.
In our Paramedic Training Program, you will receive over 1,200 hours of advanced education to prepare you for exceptional outcomes in managing life-threatening situations.
Ready to make your impact as a Paramedic? Apply today!