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Top EMT Certification Training Programs Online

Certificate-level EMT training is generally for the profession’s EMT-Basic and EMT-Intermediate designations. Coursework teaches patient assessment; managing respiratory, trauma and cardiac emergencies; and using advanced airway devices, intravenous fluids and some medications. There are some certificate programs for paramedics, but that level of EMT training is more often results in an associate’s degree. Licensure is required for EMTs and paramedics in all 50 states, and is attained by passing an exam administered by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT).



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University of Florida

Johns Hopkins University

University of New England

Brandman University

Brandman University Online

The Chicago School Of Professional Psychology

Benedictine University

Purdue University

University of Phoenix

Michigan State University

University of Notre Dame

Villanova University Online

University of San Francisco

The Salter School

American College for Medical Careers

Branford Hall Career Institute

Kaplan University

The Salter School of Nursing and Allied Health

Harris School of Business

Institute of Technology

Salter College

Seacoast Career Schools

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Your Career as a Certified EMT

The median annual salary for EMTs and paramedics was $30,360 in 2010. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the employment of such professionals will grow by about 9% through 2018, which is about as fast as the average for all occupations. Job prospects should be best in highly populated urban areas. Many EMTs go on to pursue paramedic training and licensure, which typically leads to better wages.


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