EMT Training Classes

Continuing Education

Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support

PHTLS is approved for 16 elective CEUs. This course is designed to increase the abilities of prehospital providers to assess and manage trauma


International Trauma Life Support

ITLS is also approved for 16 elective CEUs. This course is designed to increase the abilities of prehospital providers to assess and manage trauma


"Pit Crew" High Performance CPR

This program is approved for 2 CEUs and is an organzied approach to CPR designed to increase the chances of survival of suddent cardiac arrest. It involves defined roles, minimizing pauses in check compressions, and ensuring optimal chest compressions are performed.


Sick Not Sick 2013 8 CEUs

This course is approved for 8 CEUs and teaches EMS personnel how to quickly collect information . It discerns what details are important in order to provide immediate initial care. After all, in EMS it comes down to whether the patient is SICK or NOT SICK.


NJ EMS Response to Opiate Overdose Narcan Program

This course is approved for 2 CEUs and is the NJ OEMS state Narcan program.


Rehab Guidelines for Emergency Responders 3 CEU

Excited Delirium 2 CEU

START Triage & NJ Triage Tags 2 CEUs

Documentation 2 CEU

Taking Care of the Pregnant Patient 2 CEUs

Diabetes Jeopardy 1 CEU

Epinephrine Auto-Injector 2 CEU's

CEVO 3 Ambulance

This course is approved for 6 CEUs. First introduced in the early 90’s, the Coaching the Emergency Vehicle Operator™ (CEVO) courses for ambulance, fire and police personnel quickly became accepted as standards in driver training for these fields. Since then, over 500,000 emergency professionals have been trained with the CEVO™ programs


Vehicle Maneuvering

This course is approved for 4 CEUs. The video and guide detail how to set up a driving course and conduct a low-speed maneuvering skills session — especially valuable to organizations without access to a permanent driving range.


PEARS 8 CEUs

This course is approved for 8 CEUs. PEARS teaches providers how to recognize respiratory distress, shock and cardiac arrest, and provide appropriate lifesaving interventions within the initial minutes of response until the child is transferred to an advanced life support provider. The goal of PEARS is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured infants and children, resulting in improved outcomes.