Become an EMT in 18 Days

Become an EMT in 18 Days

About the Bootcamp Program

No one has a program this fast and state accredited in all of New England Prepare For Your Future! Our fast paced Emergency Medical Technician Training Boot Camp Program will prepare you to provide emergency medical care to victims of accidents and sudden illness. You will develop skills in symptom recognition, emergency care procedures and techniques considered to be within the responsibilities of an EMT. Emergency Medical Technicians provide routine and emergency medical care with an ambulance service, as well as in hospitals and clinics. Becoming an EMT is the first step towards becoming a paramedic. Our Boot Camp program runs Monday-Friday from 9AM-5PM.

The boot camp is an extremely fast-paced program that covers the entire EMT curriculum in 18 days. The smaller class size allows you maximum practice time with our experienced instructors. Our program consists of 140 hours of classroom and skill training, and the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational opportunities. This program exceeds the US DOT/DPH/OEMS guidelines. The instructional staff consists of experienced EMT’s with years of experience as EMS educators.

Additional Certificates

Upon completion of our course you will receive 5 additional certifications, to your Course Completion Certificate. Those 5 certifications are: -CPR (BLS for healthcare providers)- This course for healthcare professionals teaches you to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR to victims of all ages, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.

-Glucometer- This medical device is used to determine the approximate concentration of glucose in the blood. EMT’s will use this information to draw a small drop of blood, obtained by pricking the skin with a lancet, then placed on a disposable test strip that the meter reads and uses to calculate the blood glucose level. -BLS Advanced Airway/Intubation Assistance- This lifesaving procedure helps unconscious patient’s breath. You, as a student will learn how to perform an tracheal intubation. -Bloodborne Pathogens- Bloodborne Pathogen training addresses the federal OSHA “Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens” standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) which prescribes safeguards to protect workers against the health hazards from exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials and to reduce their risk from this exposure. -I.V. Maintenance- Occasionally patients will need to be transferred with an I.V. already established. This certification enables EMT-Basics to learn and understand I.V. basics. This certification doesn’t train you to install I.Vs, but to properly maintain and care for a patient who already has one.

Course Details, Dates and Pricing

Class meets five days a week (Monday through Friday), from 9am to 5pm.

Class Location:Carver Campus 90 Main St. Carver, MA 02330

Course Materials: Textbook- Prehospital Emergency Care 9th Edition and uniform are NOT included in the course fee. To purchase a uniform visit the “student uniform” tab on the right. Student Polo and EMT pants are required for the course.

BOOT CAMP Course Date(s)

OCTOBER 10/13-11/5 CARVER EMT 18 DAY BOOT CAMP $1400 9
NOVEMBER 11/16-12/14 CARVER EMT 18 DAY BOOT CAMP $1400 10
DECEMBER 12/21-1/15 CARVER EMT 16 DAY BOOT CAMP $1800 15


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Q: Is National EMS Institute Inc. accredited?
A: Yes, National EMS Institute Inc. is Accredited in The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, along with the National Registry of EMT’s
Q: I do not live in Massachusetts can I still take the course?
Q: Does National EMS Institute Inc. offer Housing to Students?
A: Yes, National EMS Institute Inc. is able to offer discounted rates with a local hotel in the area, since most of our students are from out of state. Housing is available on a First come, First Serve basis. Contact our Housing Director, Giselle 1-508-946-4400 for pricing information.
Q: Where can we do Laundry?
A: A washer and dryer are available at the hotel for a fee to students.
Q: Do you have a shuttle service?
A: YES National EMS Institute does have a shuttle service available, Call for Pricing. Want to drive yourself? We also have contracted rates for rental cars.
Q: Why do we need to wear a uniform?
A: The National EMS Institute Inc. requires its students to wear a uniform to prepare them for a field that requires proper grooming and professional attire at all times.
Q: Do I need to be CPR Certified before signing up for the course?
A: NO, National EMS Institute Inc. certifies you on the first day of class to our standards.
Q: What does 100% job placement assistance mean?
A: National EMS Institute Inc. is well known in this industry and will work with you on a 1 – 1 basis to help you get a job.
Q: When do I take my state exams?
A: State Practical Exams are scheduled to take place within one to two weeks of the end date of your course. They are conveniently located at our Carver Campus, 90 Main St. Carver, MA 02330. You will schedule your NREMT Written Exam upon receiving confirmation of passing your Practical Exam.
Q: What is the pass rate of the 18 day course?
A: National EMS Institute Inc. has achieved 100% pass rates with the Commonwealth Of Massachusetts.

National EMS Institute is an Accredited EMT Training Institution by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Department of Public Health, Office of Emergency Medical Service National EMS Institute reserves the right to change course location in order to better serve their students.

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