2013 EMT-Basic Course
The EMT-Basic certification is an entry-level EMS certification that focuses on patient assessment and treatment in a Pre-Hospital setting. Topics covered include CPR, Anatomy & Physiology, Patient Assessment, Airway Management, and treatment for Trauma, Medical, and Environmental Emergencies. After completion of the course, students will be able to challenge New Hampshire’s practical exam and the National Registry of EMTs writ-ten exam to obtain the NREMT’s EMT-B certification (valid in 44 states) and apply for a license to practice in New Hampshire. The course includes significant clinical experience at local hospitals and EMS agencies. The classroom portion is held at Dartmouth. There are two separate classes that have different schedules and instructors.
Alpha Schedule: Instructor: John.R.Largent.III@Dartmouth.edu (Jan Largent) January to May, Monday and Thursday Nights 6:30-10pm, Every Other Saturday All Day.
Beta Schedule*: Instructor: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim McCarragher, RN MSN) January to May, Wednesday Nights Every Week, Every Other Saturday in the Winter, Every Saturday in the Spring
Both Schedules accomodate Dartmouth Spring Break and Exams.
*(Part 1 / Part 2 Curriculum) You can sign up for Part 1 of the EMT-B Course to earn the New Hampshire First Responder Certification (see below). Part 2 may be completed later as long as your NH First Responder certification stays current.
Location: A Dartmouth College Classroom
Cost: $1100; book included. Other Fees: Practical Exam (~$65), Written Exam ($70)
Financial Aid is available for qualifying Dartmouth Students dedicated to DEMS.
Sign Up: Blitz Dartmouth.EMS@dartmouth.edu or Click Here
Non-Refundable Deposit: Alpha Class: $150 in check payable to John Largent. Beta Class: $150 contact instructor. Due 2 weeks post-registration. Please Register by November 1st, 2012. A late fee may apply after December 1st, 2012.
Winter Term New Hampshire First Responder
The New Hampshire First Responder is a 42 hour class that serves as an introduction to EMS and teaches general anatomy, airway management, patient assessment, CPR, treatment for select traumatic and medical emergencies, and childbirth. Students will be able to challenge the New Hampshire practical as well as take the National Registry of EMTs written test to obtain NREMT certification and apply for licensure in New Hampshire. Individuals who maintain a First Responder certification can take Part 2 of the EMT class at a later date.
Schedule: This class is offered in Winter term. This class is the first half of the Beta Schedule listed under EMT-Basic below (Jan– March). The Winter term schedule is same as Beta Class EMT Schedule.
Cost: $600 (includes textbook, and certification) Non-Refundable Deposit: $100 due 2 weeks after sign up. Please Register by November 1st, 2012. A late fee may apply after December 1st.
Sign Up: Blitz Dartmouth.EMS@dartmouth.edu or Click Here Please Register by November 1st, 2011. A late fee will apply after December 1st.