SoCal EMT/Fire Training
Address: 1399 E. Foothill Blvd., Suite E, Upland, CA
Phone Number: 909-632-4981
Emergency Medical Technician - Basic (EMT-B)
Classroom Version Price: $750.00 (Textbook Included in Price)
Course offers instruction in a classroom setting for national curriculum EMT-B course required for national registry and county certification. Successful completion of this course will allow students to register and take the National Registry Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT) Exam. Course includes training in use and administration of both naloxone and epinephrine by auto-injector, and use of glucometer.
Class Location: 1399 E. Foothill Blvd., Suite E, Upland CA 91786
Course Dates: Spring 2021 (Dates to be announced)
Classroom Training: Two (2) evenings a week, to fulfill the 146 hours of required classroom training consisting of lecture, quizzes and skills training. Students must have a cumulative score of 80% or better on all quizzes leading up to the final exam as mandated by the State of California to be eligible to take the final exam.
Written Final Exam: Passing score for the written final exam is 80% or better. Students who do not pass the final exam are eligible for one (1) retake on 1/8/2021.
Skills Evaluation: Students must successfully perform each skill in person to pass this course. Students who do not pass the skills evaluation are eligible for one (1) retake on 1/8/2021.
Internship During COVID 19 Restrictions: clinical patient contacts using high-fidelity simulations are being accepted in place of 24 clinical hours/ambulance ride-along during the global pandemic.
If the state lifts restrictions prior to completion of this course, students will be required to attend the 24 hour in person clinical shifts. Below are the guidelines for in person clinical hours.
In Person Internship (only done if COVID 19 Restrictions are lifted): 24 clinical hours/ambulance ride-along for skills evaluation are required. Students are responsible for completing a minimum of 24 clinical hours/ride-along and performing a minimum 10 patient contacts. Instructors will coordinate with students to setup clinical hours/ride-along with one of our providers. Clinical hours/ride-along from other providers will not be accepted. Students who turn in falsified clinical hour forms will be failed from the course WITHOUT refund and will not be able to enroll in our future courses.
Students must successfully complete both classroom training and internship to receive a course completion certificate and receive our verification with National Registry Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT).