Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

Regular price $1,500.00 $0.00 Unit price per
If you're looking for a dynamic career with massive growth potential and you're passionate about helping people, you're looking to be an EMT! Our EMT program is an engaging and fast pace 164-hour program designed to make you ready to sit for the national certification exam in 3 months! Classes meet two nights a week from 6pm-10pm as well as 7 lab days 9am-5pm. Email drew@lifesafety.org or use the chat in the lower right corner to ask us a question!
  • Schedule. You can click the blue Info button above to see the dates/times of the class you are looking to register for. Please note a glitch in the system won't allow us to show the lab days (starting at 9am) to show a full 8 hours. Our lab days run 9am - 5pm.
  • Tuition. You pay ONCE! We even offer financing! Your $1,500 tuition includes everything: a book, BLS Provider, insurance, uniform. Certification, license, and national exam fees are not covered by tuition.
  • College Credit. Through our partnership with Granite State College students who graduate our program and achieve national certification are eligible for six college credits and a 20% discount on tuition to Granite State College.
  • Location. Our school is headquartered conveniently off I-93 in Concord at 6 Loudon Rd, Suite 203, Concord, NH 03301.
  • Lecture. You attend lectures two nights a week from the convenience of your home! Lectures are live-streamed and recorded so you can chat with your instructor and classmates in real time during class. If you have to miss a lecture you may watch the recording within one week for credit. Recordings remain available for students to rewatch.
  • Lab. For seven days (9am - 5pm) you will come to the school for a hands-on lab day to hone your skills as an EMT. Your first day is orientation, a BLS class, and a patient monitoring lab.

Becoming a certified EMT means every day is dynamic and interesting. Every call is something new and a chance to save a life. 

As a certified EMT, your career opportunities are endless. EMTs work on ambulances, as firefighters, even on Ski Patrol. 

Are you ready to make a difference and be prepared to save a life? Enroll now for our upcoming class. You could be certified and in the field faster than you realize. 

  • EMT Job Growth is UNLIMITED. Becoming a certified EMT can be its own career but also a very good place to start a career in healthcare! Some EMTs continue their education to become paramedics, nurses, firefighters, or other careers in medicine.
  • Helping People. Becoming an EMT means you get to help people every day. It's a rewarding and exciting job! 
  • Every Day is Different. As an EMT every call is something new and a chance to save a life. You get called to all different locations, helping all types of people, and handle all sorts of emergencies.
  • EMT Jobs Are in High Demand. Medical and trauma calls happen every day, in unexpected places, and at unexpected times. EMTs are always on call and ready to help.
  • EMT Certification Gets You Into the Field QUICKLY. Becoming an EMT is a FANTASTIC way to quickly get into the medical field. EMT certification takes less time than other medical professions so you can quickly start your career!  

Clinical Eligibility

Successful completion of this program requires clinical hours and skills.

Clinical sites set their own entrance requirements; most but not all clinical sites require:

  • A clean background check
  • Flu vaccine
  • A COVID-19 vaccine
  • Negative 2 step Tuberculin Skin Test or health care provider documentation medical clearance
  • Completed Hepatitis B immunization series with laboratory confirmed positive antibody or signed waiver
  • Varicella immunity: documentation of 2 vaccine doses, lab confirmed immunity, or health care provider diagnosis of disease
  • Rubeola immunity: documentation of 2 vaccine doses  or lab confirmed immunity
  • Mumps immunity: documentation of 2 vaccine doses or lab confirmed immunity
  • Pertussis vaccine (e.g. documentation of single dose Tdap or Dtap)