EMT B Course
The Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Certificate curriculum provides the education and field experience needed to be an effective EMT. The EMT is the foundation-hospitality Care. Training topics include environmental, behavioral, shock/head spinal injuries, hazardous materials, rescue and extrication, They learn to use equipment such as backboards, suction tools, and oxygen systems.
Course Date: 7/5/2018
- Required to be 18 years of age or older prior to course completion.
- Successfully pass a background check and drug screen.
- Complete EMT-Basic student program application.
- Physical strength adequate to perform the normal functions of an EMT.
- Verification of required immunizations and additional required documents.
The purpose of this course is to train Emergency Medical Technicians to provided a full scope of advanced like support procedures to ill and injured patients. This course is designed to help the participant develop an understanding of human anatomy and physiology, disease pathology, advanced airway management , pharmacology, IV therapy, cardiology and trauma care. In addition, student will receive certifications in ACLS, PALS, PHTLS, and AMLS. Our program is instructed by a variety of pre-hospital providers, nurses and physicians with many years of clinical experience and expertise. The CJCFPD Paramedic Program is geared to prepare you for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) certification exam, State of Missouri licensure and to become an EMS Professional.
Classes will meet one day a week 0830-1700, with repeating days to accommodate a shift schedule. Several additional weekday sessions are scheduled to accommodate certification programs. Course is approximately 13 months didactic with additional six months to complete clinical.
Program Tuition: Includes textbooks, uniform shirts, lab fees, and software fees for didactic study, testing and clinical tracking, background checks, insurance and one attempt at National Registry practical skills test.
Next Program Offering 1st of 2019
If you would like to be on a registration waiting list email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Must be a high school graduate or have your GED
- Must be currently licensed as a Missouri EMT Basic
- Completion of a college-level Anatomy & Physiology Course in the last 10 years with a transcript demonstrating a grade of C of higher, or attended CJCFPD's Pre-Course to Paramedic Program.
- Must have the ability to pass background check without felony and drug screen.
- Provided verification of all required documentation.
American Heart Association HeartCode Skills Check Off
BLS Skills Session Cost: $25.00
ACLS Skills Session Cost: $50.00
PALS Skills Session Cost: $75.00
Please email email@example.com or call 816-229-9118 for an appointment.
HeartCode Courses are considered a blended learning course, and consists of a 3-part process to certification.
Part 1 – eLearning and simulation on any internet-connected computer
Part 2 – In-person skills practice
Part 3 – In-person skills testing
Before attending your skills session, you should have completed Part 1 of the 3-part process. This is available at www.onlineaha.org. Upon completion be sure to print you Certificate of Completion and bring it with you to turn in to your instructor.
On arrival your instructor will ask if there were any aspect of the course for which you have questions. Take this opportunity to address and topics that may not be clear.
Upon successful completion of your Skills Session, you will have earned your 2 year providers certification that will be emailed to you.
If you are unable to successfully complete the skills requirements, we do not offer refunds.
AHA Heartsaver CPR AED
Why take the Course?
Help save a life by knowing how to recognize cardiac arrest, get emergency care on the way quickly, and help the person until more advanced care arrives to take over.
Who should take the course?
Heartsaver courses are intended for anyone with little or no medical training who needs a course completion card for the jog, regulatory (e.g., OSHA), or other requirements. The course can also be taken by anyone who wants to be prepared for an emergency in any setting.
The Course Covers:
- Adult CPR and AED Use
- Opioid-associated Life-threatening Emergencies
- Adult Choking
- Child CPR and AED Use
- Child Chocking
- Infant CPR
- Infant Choking
Courses help people learn the skills and develop the confidence to provide CPR, we provide group interaction, hands-on coaching, and feedback from an AHA instructor.
Fee: $40.00 (Includes Course, Student Manual, and a 2-year Certification)
The course is offered the 2nd Saturday of each month (5 student minimum) and by appointment for large groups of 20 or more. First Aid Courses are available for a fee of $25.00.
To register please call, 816-229-9118, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Critical Care Symposium
Symposium is open to any paramedic, nurse, or current critical care provider.
The symposium will provide the student with continuing education in the area of critical care. CEU’s may be used for CCEMTP renewal. Has not been approved for Kansas Continuing Education credits.
Instructors for the symposium will be accomplished paramedics, nurses and physician are with extensive experience in critical care.
Cost: $400 for all three days $275 any two days $150 for one day
Addresses the most common medical complaints and offers a practical approach to assessing and managing adult medical patients. This course emphasizes a critical thinking process using input from the scene size-up, history, and physical exam to develop a differential diagnosis of the medical emergency. For full course description click on https://www.naemt.org/education/amls
Provider: This is a two-day class. Will need to bring and complete the pre-test provided. Upon successful completion the student will receive a 4 year course completion card and 16 CEU hours. Student manual is provided in the cost.
Course Cost $225.00
Refresher: This is a one-day class. Upon successful completion the student will receive a 4 year course completion card and 8 CEU hours. Student will need to have their manual, provide the completed pre-test and copy of current certification card. (If you need a book, let us know)
Course Cost $150.00
Renewal 7/10/2018 0900-1700
EMS Instructor Course
This 40 Hour program, presented by CJC EMS Education Staff is designed to assist instructors to become more effective educators. The program was developed by a task force headed by the National Association of EMS Educators and represents a common core of teaching knowledge and skills which will help all EMS educators to assist the adult learner acquire 21st Century knowledge and skills. It is based upon a shared view within the EMS education community of what constitutes professional teaching.
This program meets the BEMS requirements for a Primary EMS Instructor
Course Date: 9/7/2018
STEMI Recognition Seminar By Tim Phalen
Tim Phalen has been presenting 12-lead education to EMS audiences for over a decade. To date more than 25000 EMS providers have attended one of his programs. He also is the author of “The 12-lead ECG in Acute Myocardial Infarction”, published by Mosby. Both his programs and his book are known for the easy to understand manner in which information is presented.
8/28/2018 or 8/29/2018 or 8/30/2018
Community Paramedic Course
The community based program will train paramedics to operate in expanded roles to provide non-emergency health services and help identify patient needs for local services. The training will allow paramedics to apply for the Missouri Community Paramedic certification.
August 28-31 and September 4-7, 2018 8am to 5pm each day
Course Fee $900.00