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home_icon_EMTThe EMT class is a Maximum 6 month course, but with all PERCOM course’s you may Graduate at your Pace. We achieve this flexibility by combining an online environment with a Hand on Skills event and 100 hours of Clinical and Field Rotations. Once all PERCOM course requirements are meet the student will be eligible to take National Registry Exam.

Books Required: Emergency Care Transportation of the Sick and Injured, Tenth Edition ISBN-13:9781284032840

home_icon_AEMTAdvanced-EMT {P1} lays the primary knowledge base that becomes the foundation of your Paramedic education. You will begin with a brief course in Anatomy and Physiology and carry on to Pharmacology and ECG basics as well as Airway Management. Students have Nine months to complete the course, Hands on Skills, and 168 hours of Clinical and Field rotations. Once completing all PERCOM course requirements the student is eligible to either test National Registry as an Advanced EMT or to continue on with PERCOM to become a Paramedic.

Books Required: Anatomy and Physiology ISBN-13:978-1-4496-4230-3 Nancy Caroline Emergency Care in the Streets Volume 1&2 ISBN:978-1-4496-4586-1

home_icon_ParamedicParamedic {P1+P2} is meant for students with an EMT certification intending to complete with a Paramedic certification. If a student is already certified advanced-EMT {EMT-I, I-99} then he or she is eligible to Challenge PERCOMs Advanced EMT {P1} final in order to prove equivalence for further information please refer to the Course Description. Paramedic {P2} is available to PERCOM AEMT Course Completion Certificate holders within 24 months of completion.

Books Required: Huszar’s Basic Dysrhythmias and Acute Coronary Syndromes ISBN:978-0-323-03974-1 12-Lead ECG’s in Acute Coronary Syndromes ISBN:978-0-323-07785-9

home_icon_InstructThis is a 12 week self paced course that can be completed locally. Students will learn how to create effect quiz and testing material, informative presentations and teaching skills for the modern work atmosphere. This course is designed to meet the needs of EMS personnel who need an “Adult Methods of Teaching” program. It is based on the 2002 standards set by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).  It can also be used by students from other disciplines to complete a minimum 40 hour “Adult Methods of Teaching” course if approved by their individual disciplines. You will be given a maximum of 3 months to complete the course.

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