EMS Instructor Coordinator

Registration Fee: $625.00
Course Fee: $1,250.00

Course Length:
140 classroom hours (per MDHHS guidelines)

Class Time:
9:00AM – 5:30PM

Student Teaching:
30 hours

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 18 years old to apply for a license with MDHHS after program completion
  • Must be a high school graduate or have your GED.
  • Must be a licensed EMT to be able to teach at their level of licensure.
  • Must have a current BLS for Healthcare Provider card.
  • Must have a current State of Michigan EMS License.
  • Must provide proof of 3 years field work experience at current licensure level at an EMS Agency.
  • Must submit 2 letters of professional recommendation; at least 1 from a licensed EMS I/C.

 

Send checks payable to:

Life Support Training Institute
P.O. Box 860160
Minneapolis, MN 55486

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Description


The purpose of this course is to prepare you to become an instructor for EMS programs. You will learn teaching methods and practices for teaching the latest life-saving techniques and procedures. These skills can be used to become an EMS Trainer in your department and to open the doors to career advancement within the expanding EMS industry.

You will learn the principles of educating adults, hone your ability to demonstrate and teach practical skills, become an effective lecturer and develop educational course offerings based on an assessment of your target audience’s needs.

The EMS – Instructor/Coordinator course will prepare you to take and pass State I/C licensing exams. Students who successfully complete this course meet Michigan MDHHS requirements for the Instructor/Coordinator license. Course applications are submitted to MDHHS for approval.

Course Length:
140 classroom hours (per MDHHS guidelines)

Student Teaching:
30 hours

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 18 years old to apply for a license with MDHHS after program completion
  • Must be a high school graduate or have your GED.
  • Must be a licensed EMT to be able to teach at their level of licensure.
  • Must have a current BLS for Healthcare Provider card.
  • Must have a current State of Michigan EMS License.
  • Must provide proof of 3 years field work experience at current licensure level at an EMS Agency.
  • Must submit 2 letters of professional recommendation; at least 1 from a licensed EMS I/C.

Please Note:
Please see the class listing below for specific dates, times and locations

Prior criminal convictions may prevent licensure. Contact LSTI for more information.

Please note that LSTI reserves the right to cancel or postpone courses up to and including the start date due to low enrollment.

Tuition refunds offered on or before the first day of class to enrollees as applicable.

 

Send checks payable to:

Life Support Training Institute
P.O. Box 860160
Minneapolis, MN 55486

Additional information

Campus:

Southfield, Michigan

Course Type

Saturdays

Start Date:

09-07-19

Payment Options:

50% of Course Total, Full Tuition

Payment Policy:

Payments for services rendered at LSTI will be consistent with current LSTI Financial Policy. The LSTI Payment Plan is offered for initial EMS education courses only (MFR, EMT-B, EMT-S, EMT-P and EMT-I/C) and comprises the following:

Initial payment of 50% of course fee payable at time of registration.
50% of outstanding balance will be due at the 25% course completion point.
Remaining balance will be due at the 50% course completion point.
A late payment is defined as a payment received at our business office after the due date. A service fee of $25 will be added to a student’s account for each occurrence of late payments. If payment is more than 15 days late, the student will be placed on administrative suspension from the course until payment is received by our business office. Any students placed on administrative suspension will not be allowed to participate in classroom sessions and will not be allowed to participate in any clinical and/or internship rotations until all balances due are reconciled. All course requirements must still be met to successfully pass the course. A final notice letter will be mailed to the student after payment is late more than 15 days. If a payment is not received within 15 days of being sent a final notice letter, then the student’s account will be sent to a collection agency. Additionally, a $25 service fee will be added for any returned checks. The service fee will be in addition to the late fee.


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