An overview of MMR’s 5-week EMT course and its outcomes
September 27, 2021at7:00 AM
Becoming an EMT means becoming an invaluable member of your community. However, entering a new career field is intimidating. Luckily, with Mobile Medical Response’s 5-week EMT course, you receive streamlined, high-quality training from Michigan’s leading EMT resource. We offer hybrid courses that synthesize online and in-person lessons to accommodate the busiest of schedules. After completing our 5-week EMT training, you will be fully equipped to operate like a veteran on your first day on the job.
Here’s what our EMT course covers:
Expected outcomes of a 5-week EMT course
During a 5-week EMT course, expect to learn and develop the knowledge and skills crucial to administering fundamental lifesaving care.
Students receive practical training and assessments in ambulance and clinical settings, which are crucial components that verify students have learned and can apply the skills needed to perform EMT duties. After completing this course, students will be able to:
Accurately evaluate the condition of a patient.
Apply and adapt procedures and timely measures to administer excellent care to patients in innumerable emergency scenarios.
Work with other medical professionals in pre-hospital care.
If you have any questions about expected outcomes from our unrivaled 5-week EMT course, we are sure to have the answers, and we cannot wait to see you in class!
What a 5-week EMT course covers
When embarking on a 5-week EMT course, expect to cover a broad range of topics and materials. This training involves learning the fundamentals of patient assessment and treatment.
These fundamentals include learning how to quickly evaluate patients and recognize signs and symptoms of illnesses or injuries. This course also covers essential practical skills and ensures students are proficient in using the latest medical tools and practices.
However, these topics are just scratching the surface. A five-week EMT course typically includes the following phases:
This phase requires learning about EMS systems, the role of an EMT, and the safety and wellbeing of an EMT. This phase also covers legal and ethical issues, basic anatomy and physiology, and techniques for relocating patients.