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This course is 6 month self-paced EMT course broken into three parts Didactic, Psychomotor Skills, and Clinical. Students must maintain an 80% to prevent being put on academic probation as well as fulfill the weekly participation requirements. These requirements are set to help with retention of information and to ensure success at the NREMT level of testing. Students that are successful at Percom are self-motivated and problem solvers, which happens to be natural instinct for EMS professionals.
Instructors and Doctors are incorporated into a student’s training to guide mentor and mold students will they attend as well as teach anything taught in a class room or from a lecture is preformed online in the way of PowerPoint presentations, video lectures, homework assignments and research exams. In addition, there are weekly instructor/student chat rooms covering scenario training, documentation and legally scenarios. In the chat rooms, the students can question the instructor on course material. All students are required to attend 2 chat rooms before completing the course but are encouraged to attend as many as they wish.. At the conclusion of the course, the student will take a proctored final exam administered by webinar with a Percom Test administrator. This is where the student will need a Webcam and speakers to attend the test.

To be eligible for entry into our program the applicant must be
18 years of Age Prior to Course Completion
Unofficial High School Transcript or GED
American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR card.
Must be able to Read at a College Level. 


Psychomotor Skills
After successfully completing the final exam the student will be eligible RSVP for their Exit Session skills event. These sessions are posted months in advanced on the School Calendar please refer to this prior to enrollment in order to effectively plan your education. EMT skills training is a single 3 day event at a PERCOM facility. Where Students will have the opportunity to train and learn from Percom instructors as well as other students in the program. Once a student successful passes their skills he or she will now be eligible to begin clinical registration.



Clinical Practicum
Students may begin clinical practicum after successfully completing a skills session and submitting all necessary documentation to the clinical department. There are a total of 100 Hours required to complete this Practicum as well as skill performed and patient contact requirements to meet. These hours may be completed in your area through our various partnership with organizations such as MED Star, Champion EMS, East Texas Medical, and Acadian EMS. Scheduling your rotations will be handled by the Clinical Department and it is based on your availability as well as the clinical site availability.

 *Note*If the student does not acquire the minimum patient contacts, the student may have to attend additional clinical rotations.                                                           

Percom’s goal is to help EMS professionals achieve advancements in their career, while tending to everything else in life. We are currently offering an interest free payment plan starting with 500.00 down or you may pay the tuition of 1250.00 in full and save on admission fees.