Your local MI WORKS! office has several funding programs you may qualify for. Contact your local MI WORKS! office directly for details.
Yes, contact your VA liaison for more information.
No; we have found that our students do best when participating as students and not as paid employees. Once you get started, the 16-week course will pass by quickly, and then you can apply for a paid position with our organization.
The traditional EMT course is one semester, or 16 weeks long. MMR follows the academic calendar of Delta College.
Generally, two-three days a week for five hours. There are some Saturdays required for specialized training events.
Yes, you will need internet access because most of the course work is online. It is a good idea to have a plan (and a backup plan) in case your primary source of internet access becomes unavailable.
You must be 18 years of age before the State of Michigan will issue an EMT license. The National Registry will allow you to take the exam at the age of 17.
You must be 18, have a good driving record, have no felony convictions, haved successfully passed keys testing at the 10th grade level, and have a high school diploma or GED.
Yes, MMR requires proficiency in math and reading. These are evaluated prior to the beginning of the program. There is a $5 fee for the testing.
Yes, you must have a good driving record for MMR to be able to insure you as a driver of our vehicles.
Yes, personnel in the healthcare field must pass a criminal background check and drug screening. Those are conducted prior to the program and the cost is $83.00.