What is an EMT?
The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course trains students to save in a wide variety of emergency situations. The EMT course allows providers to serve on ambulances and is also a prerequisite to many professional firefighting jobs and Paramedic programs. To learn more about becoming an EMT look at our list of frequently asked questions.
Why take the Institute EMS class?
Choosing the right EMT course is important to your success as a student. The Institute of EMS strives to offer a supportive environment for our students. Why do students choose the Institute of EMS?
- The primary goal of any EMT class is to prepare students to pass the National certifying exam. Our students have higher pass rates than the state and national averages.
- Our faculty is comprised of professional educators who are also practicing EMTs with years of experience.
- Students learn from a variety of experts with EMS experience allowing them to get multiple perspectives on challenging topics.
- You don’t have to take our word for it. Check out these testimonials from past students.
"I was really impressed by the quality of the overall experience. The instructors are true educators, my classmates came from diverse backgrounds, and most of the material was exceptionally interesting. When the material hit a slow spot, the instructors would change approaches or share interesting personal stories that brought home the relevancy of the subject matter. This is one of the highest quality educational experiences I have ever had. Well done McGregor Institute!"