EMS Transition Classes

The Emergency Medical Service Program provides certification in CPR, First Aid, EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) and Paramedic.
Continuing Education is available to rescue squads, EMS services, fire departments, and other qualified agencies.
Fee-based classes in this program are available to interested citizens, businesses, industries, and church groups. Classes are held on campus, and throughout the county.
Contact:
Terry Wadsley, EMS Program Coordinator
252-222-6029 / wadsleyt@carteret.edu

 

Transition: MR to EMR Transition: EMT-B to EMT
Transition: EMT-I Transition: EMT-P to Paramedic

 

Transition: MR to EMR

This certification-related course is designed to provide content necessary to transition a currently credentialed Medical Responder (MR) to an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) in compliance with state and/or national transition guidelines. Students who satisfy transition requirements should be provided with college-issued paperwork that complies with NC Office of Emergency Medical Services (NC OEMS) and/or National Registry guidelines for documenting successful completion, as required for student recertification. This course supports state and national efforts to transition credentialed EMS personnel from the National Standard Curriculum to the National Education Standards in compliance with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) “EMS Education Agenda for the Future.” Course must comply with current NC OEMS guidance.

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Transition: EMT-B to EMT

This certification-related course is designed to provide content necessary to transition a currently credentialed Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) to an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in compliance with state and/or national transition guidelines. Students who satisfy transition requirements should be provided with college-issued paperwork that complies with NC Office of Emergency Medical Services (NC OEMS) and/or National Registry guidelines for documenting successful completion, as required for student recertification. This course supports state and national efforts to transition credentialed EMS personnel from the National Standard Curriculum to the National Education Standards in compliance with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) “EMS Education Agenda for the Future.” Course must comply with current NC OEMS guidance.

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Transition: EMT-I to AEMT

This certification-related course is designed to provide content necessary to transition a currently credentialed Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate (EMT-I) to an Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) in compliance with state and/or national transition guidelines. Students who satisfy transition requirements should be provided with college-issued paperwork that complies with NC Office of Emergency Medical Services (NC OEMS) and/or National Registry guidelines for documenting successful completion, as required for student recertification. This course supports state and national efforts to transition credentialed EMS personnel from the National Standard Curriculum to the National Education Standards in compliance with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) “EMS Education Agenda for the Future.” Course must comply with current NC OEMS guidance.

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Transition: EMT-P to Paramedic

This certification-related course is designed to provide content necessary to transition a currently credentialed Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (EMT-P) to a Paramedic in compliance with state and/or national transition guidelines. Students who satisfy transition requirements should be provided with college-issued paperwork that complies with NC Office of Emergency Medical Services (NC OEMS) and/or National Registry guidelines for documenting successful completion, as required for student recertification. This course supports state and national efforts to transition credentialed EMS personnel from the National Standard Curriculum to the National Education Standards in compliance with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) “EMS Education Agenda for the Future.” Course must comply with current NC OEMS guidance.

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