Outreach Paramedic Program through the College of Southern Idaho
Sign up at CSI now by selecting this link: Everything you need to know is here
Mt Nebo is proud to be assisting Utah Students with an outreach Paramedic Program through CSI in Twin Falls, Idaho beginning in September 2017. Mt Nebo is Nationally recognized as a leader in Paramedic Training and is excited to offer our location to Utah students as a way to branch out and expand their current knowledge in EMS. Mt Nebo Training is nationally accredited through CAAHEP. Our staff will work hard for you and be there to help you complete our course successfully.
Mt Nebo Paramedic will be offering an Course that Begins Sept. in Provo, UT.
- This class will begin in Sept. 2017, with an online distant learning experience for lectures and skills being completed in Provo, UT.
- NREMT Skill Testing will take place in Twin Falls, ID
- Clinical and Fire Rotations will begin once students have successfully completed and passed in class Skill Testing.
- Classes will be scheduled as CSI states, excluding Major Holidays
- We Are Currently Accepting APPLICATIONS for the outreach program until July 30th with entrance testing taking place in early Aug. 2017
College of Southern Idaho and Mt Nebo Paramedic believes in providing you the best education through innovative teaching and energetic instructors. We are committed to your education and helping you achieve your goal of becoming a Paramedic. For this reason we offer a wide variety of instructors and clinical experiences during the Paramedic Course. Our staff includes State and Nationally leaders in EMS and EMS education. Many of our staff are Nationally recognized speakers and writers with Kirk leading the way as one of the most recognized EMS Educators in the Nation.
Our Paramedic class will take you from EMT or AEMT and build on the skills you have while including many new ones. From Endotracheal Intubation to manual Defibrillation you will learn from a highly qualified staff of Paramedics, Nurses and Physicians. Our staff wants to see you succeed and become a great working Paramedic.
Class follows the 2016 National EMS Standards and Guidelines for Paramedics and includes hours in class, an online portion and of course your clinical experience all in an effort to prepare you for NREMT written and practical
We are gearing up for the Upcoming Paramedic Program expansion through CSI and would like to have you be included in it so apply now and get accepted into this 1600 hour course. So what do you need to do to become a Paramedic?
You will need to fill out an application for the program to apply and attach all the documents listed on the application.
Are you ready to apply? Click Here or email Kirk: email@example.com
CSI Paramedic Program requires the following prerequisites:
- Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology or equivalent
- Introduction to College Writing or equivalent
- Introduction to College Algebra or equivalent
- Introduction to Medical Terminology or equivalent
- Current EMT
- Minimum of 1 year of experience in healthcare or certification as an AEMT or EMT-I
- We would recommend both experience and taking our AEMT course to be ready for class.
For specific questions regarding your Paramedic Course Prerequisites Contact Kirk:
801-372-0928 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or check out these commonly asked questions: Common questions
WHAT DO I NEED FIRST?
All our programs are intense and begin with lots of studying. You should expect to get a copy of our Mt Nebo Drug Book from one of our staff and begin studying before your class starts. Our courses require Paramedic Students to be in Department or CSI Uniform during class and clinical times. We will provide more information on this during orientation. The initial months of class are filled with foundational lectures of the Paramedic. These lectures will prepare you for the rest of class and the topics to come. As the class progresses you will sign up for your clinical experiences and once you are deemed ready to proceed into the clinical field off you shall go. During your clinical experience you will be graded and evaluated by your preceptors on many areas of competency. These clinical experiences will be completed in Emergency Rooms, ICU’s, Labor and Delivery settings, and many other in-hospital locations. Your classroom sessions will continue throughout your clinical rotations and be scheduled so that you do not miss any of your required classroom activities.As you finish up your clinical rotations you will then prepare for your Fire Department Rides with one or more of our EMS providers throughout the Wasatch Front and/or across many areas. While these agencies expect you to work and perform as a competent Paramedic and EMS Professional they will also be grading and evaluating your skill level.
There are many online and in class exams along the way, we have an entire online program for all our students. So you will need to have access to a great internet connection and a good computer.Becoming a Paramedic is an honor and a privilege that is not to be taken lightly. The class is over 1600 hours in length with countless more hours spent testing, studying and preparing. The Mt Nebo Family guarantees we will put forth the effort to help you achieve your goal to become a Paramedic…Are You Ready To Make The Commitment To Yourself To Work Harder Than You Ever Have Before? If so Sign Up Now.