EMT Training: Traditional Classroom

  • EMT Training: Traditional Classroom

    May 12, 2020
    6:00 p.m.–
    August 11, 2020
    10:00 p.m.

    IUP South Campus Trailers, 137 University Drive, Indiana, PA 15705

    This program is primarily designed for future EMS personnel, but is appropriate for anyone who may respond to emergencies, including fire/rescue personnel, nurses, coaches or athletic trainers, safety professionals, etc.

    To register, visit IUP Marketplace.

  • Simulated BabyEMT Training Program Traditional Classroom

    The IUP Division of Emergency Services Training announces the summer 2020 Emergency Medical Technician course. This program is primarily designed for future EMS personnel, but is appropriate for anyone who may respond to emergencies, including fire/rescue personnel, nurses, coaches, athletic trainers, safety professionals, and others. Participants who successfully complete this program are eligible to take National Registry of EMT certification exams for both Pennsylvania certification and national certification as an EMT.

    Location

    South Campus Trailers

    101 University Drive

    Indiana, PA 15705

    Dates

    TBA

    Times/Days

    TBA


    $550 (EMT Cognitive Prep)* plus additional fees as required (Prices are subject to change.)

    Students are Responsible for:

    • EMT e-textbook: Caroline Navigate 2 Flip Classroom Digital supplement ISBN: 9781284159295
      • Purchase your Access Code for the program before May 12, 2020 so you can log on to your online class at orientation.
      • Order this through Jones & Bartlett Learning online or call JB Customer Service a 1-800-832-0034
    • Clinical-Field-Capstone Requirements
    • Castle Branch account ($89)
      • Physical examination(s)
      • Required blood work (site dependent)
      • Drug screen(s) (site dependent)
      • Clearances: Criminal reporting (act 34), FBI Fingerprinting (Act 114), Child Abuse (act 33)
    • Parking at clinical or field site
    • Fuel for your personal vehicle to travel to and from class
    • Fuel for your personal vehicle to travel to and from clinical/field sites
    • National Registry CBE ($80 per attempt)
    • Liability insurance ($38)

    Course Requirements

    Students must be at least 18 years of age to enroll.

    Course includes classroom, skill, and field sessions. Students must meet minimum physical capabilities according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health. In addition to scheduled dates, students must complete National Incident Management System (NIMS) 100/700 courses through free online modules.  

    *Students must also complete 10 patient contacts at an approved site, which will require up-to-date immunizations/TB test, criminal clearances, and HIPPA Training through Castle Branch as well as student malpractice insurance through HPSO.

    Registration

    Preregistration is required. Anyone interested in attending should complete the registration by using the EMT link below and make the $225 nonrefundable deposit to ensure your seat in the class.

    Enrollment is limited and will be accepted until the class is filled. If the class reaches maximum capacity, students will be added to a waiting list and additional sessions may be added. IUP reserves the right to cancel any program due to insufficient enrollment, at which time deposit/registration fees would be refunded. Late registration will be accepted if space is available. The remaining balance of $325 is due before the start of class.

    College Credit for IUP Students

    IUP students who successfully complete the EMT course at IUP are eligible for up to four transfer credits through the department of Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Science. For more information, see the EMT Credit Transfer Agreement.

    The EMT Training Program is a ‘clock hour’ certificate program. Students who complete an EMT certificate with IUP, may be able to utilize the ‘credit hour’ transfer agreement for the four credit-hours.

     The certificate program is ineligible for federal financial aid.  This means that current undergraduate/graduate students enrolled in a credit-hour degree program cannot utilize the certificate clock hours to meet financial aid (including scholarship) eligibility requirements. Nor will the EMT certificate clock hours be eligible for federal, state or institutional financial aid. Students considering concurrent enrollment in both the EMT certificate and a degree programs should contact the Office of Financial Aid to inquire how this decision may impact their financial aid awards.

    IUP Emergency Services Training

    South Campus Trailers

    101 University Drive

    Indiana, PA 15705

    Phone: 724-357-4051

    tgordish@iup.edu