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We proudly offer classes in-person as well as live instructor-led classes for continuing education credit. Classes are registered with both the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians and the State of Michigan.  This makes them valid in most states.

EMS Continuing Education

  • "Does That Make Me Crazy?"
    Feb 05, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
    Live Virtual Class
    In this virtual class, students will learn how mental health impacts our patients, fellow providers, and ourselves as well as how to help in these situations. NREMT: 1 Medical: Psychiatric, All Levels MICHIGAN: 1 Preparatory, All Levels NOTE: NREMT Approval grants credit in most states
  • "Beyond the Spectrum"
    Feb 14, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
    Live Virtual Class
    Autistic patients present a unique challenge along with safety concerns and needs in their safe and effective management. Providers will learn about Autism Spectrum Disorder and techniques and equipment that can help in their work. NREMT: 1 Medical: Special HC Needs MICHIGAN: 1 Patient Assessment
  • "My Achy, Breaky Heart"
    Feb 21, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
    Live Virtual Class
    Angina accounts for a significant portion of EMS calls with many potential diagnoses. Proper assessment, history taking, and treatment is essential for these patients to stand a fighting chance. NREMT: 1 Cardiology: ACS MICHIGAN: 1 Medical
  • "Over and Out (of Control)"
    Mar 05, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM EST
    Live Virtual Class
    In the winter months, traffic accidents increase requiring skills used less frequently. Understanding and knowing how to treat the different types of injuries is critical so providers know what they are looking for. NREMT: 2 Trauma: Triage MICHIGAN: 2 Trauma
  • "Does That Make Me Crazy?"
    Mar 12, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    In this virtual class, students will learn how mental health impacts our patients, fellow providers, and ourselves as well as how to help in these situations. NREMT: 1 Medical: Psychiatric, All Levels MICHIGAN: 1 Preparatory, All Levels NOTE: NREMT Approval grants credit in most states
  • "Dreams and Disasters"
    Mar 14, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
    Virtual Class
    Mass Casualty Incidents are both the highlight and the worst fear of EMS providers. Participants will analyze potential incidents and develop hypothetical responses that fit the principles of NIMS and ICS. NREMT: 1 Ops: Crew Resource Mgmt. MICHIGAN: 1 Emergency Prep.
  • "Beyond the Spectrum"
    Mar 24, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    Autistic patients present a unique challenge along with safety concerns and needs in their safe and effective management. Providers will learn about Autism Spectrum Disorder and techniques and equipment that can help in their work. NREMT: 1 Medical: Special HC Needs MICHIGAN: 1 Patient Assessment
  • "My Achy, Breaky Heart"
    Apr 07, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    Angina accounts for a significant portion of EMS calls with many potential diagnoses. Proper assessment, history taking, and treatment is essential for these patients to stand a fighting chance. NREMT: 1 Cardiology: ACS MICHIGAN: 1 Medical
  • "Over and Out (of Control)"
    Apr 11, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    In the winter months, traffic accidents increase requiring skills used less frequently. Understanding and knowing how to treat the different types of injuries is critical so providers know what they are looking for. NREMT: 2 Trauma: Triage MICHIGAN: 2 Trauma
  • "Does That Make Me Crazy?"
    Apr 16, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    In this virtual class, students will learn how mental health impacts our patients, fellow providers, and ourselves as well as how to help in these situations. NREMT: 1 Medical: Psychiatric, All Levels MICHIGAN: 1 Preparatory, All Levels NOTE: NREMT Approval grants credit in most states
  • "Over and Out (of Control)"
    Apr 25, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    In the winter months, traffic accidents increase requiring skills used less frequently. Understanding and knowing how to treat the different types of injuries is critical so providers know what they are looking for. NREMT: 2 Trauma: Triage MICHIGAN: 2 Trauma
  • "Dreams and Disasters"
    May 02, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
    Virtual Class
    Mass Casualty Incidents are both the highlight and the worst fear of EMS providers. Participants will analyze potential incidents and develop hypothetical responses that fit the principles of NIMS and ICS. NREMT: 1 Ops: Crew Resource Mgmt. MICHIGAN: 1 Emergency Prep.
  • "Beyond the Spectrum"
    May 19, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    Autistic patients present a unique challenge along with safety concerns and needs in their safe and effective management. Providers will learn about Autism Spectrum Disorder and techniques and equipment that can help in their work. NREMT: 1 Medical: Special HC Needs MICHIGAN: 1 Patient Assessment
  • "A Step Beyond 'I'm Sorry'"
    Jun 06, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    In this virtual class, students will learn about grief, loss, and how the process changes as we age,. Techniques will be discussed to better assist the grieving. NREMT: 2 Medical: Psychiatric, All Levels MICHIGAN: 2 Preparatory, All Levels NOTE: NREMT Approval grants credit in most states
  • "Dreams and Disasters"
    Jun 20, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
    Virtual Class
    Mass Casualty Incidents are both the highlight and the worst fear of EMS providers. Participants will analyze potential incidents and develop hypothetical responses that fit the principles of NIMS and ICS. NREMT: 1 Ops: Crew Resource Mgmt. MICHIGAN: 1 Emergency Prep.
  • "Does That Make Me Crazy?"
    Jun 25, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    In this virtual class, students will learn how mental health impacts our patients, fellow providers, and ourselves as well as how to help in these situations. NREMT: 1 Medical: Psychiatric, All Levels MICHIGAN: 1 Preparatory, All Levels NOTE: NREMT Approval grants credit in most states
  • "My Achy, Breaky Heart"
    Jul 09, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    Angina accounts for a significant portion of EMS calls with many potential diagnoses. Proper assessment, history taking, and treatment is essential for these patients to stand a fighting chance. NREMT: 1 Cardiology: ACS MICHIGAN: 1 Medical
  • "Over and Out (of Control)"
    Jul 18, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
    Live Virtual Class
    In the winter months, traffic accidents increase requiring skills used less frequently. Understanding and knowing how to treat the different types of injuries is critical so providers know what they are looking for. NREMT: 2 Trauma: Triage MICHIGAN: 2 Trauma
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