“Those who know, do. Those that understand, teach.”
The EMS educator is the leader of EMS, they inspire others to learn. It is a calling that allows for the expansion of the minds of others as well as their own.
The 90 hour Emergency Medical Services Instructor course will allow a current EMS professional to become an instructor
The course will require the following.
Requirements upon registration to the course
- A current unencumbered EMT, Advanced EMT certification or paramedic licensure in Connecticut
- A letter from a Connecticut Chief of Service verifying that the candidate has worked as an EMS provider for at least 24 months in the last 36 months.
- Completed registration and course tuition paid
Requirements upon successful completion of the course
- A grade of 90% or higher on an EMT-Refresher examination taken within the last 12 months.
- Log 25 hours of student teaching time under currently certified Emergency Medical Services Instructors in an initial EMT class.
- Two letters of recommendation from 2 currently certified Emergency Medical Services Instructors
- Application to the Connecticut Office of Emergency Medical Services.
Hunter’s Ambulance Training Center will afford the opportunity for all successful candidates to complete their teaching hours and EMT refresher exam as part of their tuition, however candidates are not required to complete these requirements at Hunter's.
No classes scheduled at this time.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203)514-5152