EMT Applicant Requirements:
- 18 years of age by the time of course completion
- Valid driver’s license
- Criminal background check: Zero past convictions
- Respectable moral character and motivation to serve
- Satisfy ORC 4765-8-01 requirements
- High School Diploma or GED
5 Skills You Will Learn in PHS EMT-B Classes
In addition to basic life support skills, students of the EMT-B classes will learn a variety of other important medical skills. These classes drive students towards success in didactic and clinical areas of basic EMT skills. Here are 5 skills you will learn in PHS EMT-B classes:
- Stabilization of non-life-threatening Situations
- Trauma Assessment and Management
- Airway Control
- Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Operation
Other Academy Courses
American Heart Association ACLS Certification Course
The ACLS course is one of PHS’s advanced health safety courses. This course teaches a multifaceted approach to medical treatment. This course teaches students the following skills: intervention of cardiopulmonary arrest, team dynamics and communication, systems of care, immediate post-cardiac arrest, stroke, acute coronary syndromes, and more!
American Heart Association CPR Certification Course
If you are interested in learning CPR, the Premier Health & Safety Academy’s CPR will give you the skills you need. In fact, all students receive instruction from an expert CPR instructor. This course will teach you the necessary skills to perform resuscitation safely.
American Heart Association BLS Certification Course
PHS’s BLS training course is a basic life support class. This course focuses on teaching single-rescuer and basic life support skills in both pre-hospital and in-facility medical emergencies. This course is also a good pair with the CPR course, involving many supplementary teachings on practical skills and execution.
American Heart Association PALS Certification Course
The PALS course is similar to other basic life support courses; however, it focuses directly on pediatric emergency care. This class involves educational training videos as well as simulated pediatric emergencies. As a result, students can gain a better understanding of valuable skills such as pediatric assessment, effective resuscitation, team dynamics, and PALS treatment algorithms.