EMS Education

The Center for EMS Education has been training Michigan’s future EMS providers in our high-quality programs for over 35 years.

Our program is designed to give you hands-on experience in emergency medicine and to prepare you for state and national certification exams.

program success

As the Education Center for Michigan’s largest EMS provider, we are driven to see our students succeed and develop into strong medical professionals. We employ over 70% of our program graduates, the quality of our EMS force is dependent on the quality of training they receive as students.

Hands-On Teaching Practices

We strive to stay up-to-date in our teaching practices and meet student needs in a variety of ways. We accomplish this through:

  • Modern teaching tools, including an EMS driving simulator, interactive simulated scene response training, and a SimMan patient simulator. 
  • Varied class options, including fully online lectures with in-person labs, satellite learning lab sessions, traditional classroom learning, and daytime/evening class and lab options.

what sets us apart

We are Michigan’s leader in EMS Education. We hold our students to high standards that prepare them for academic success and allow them to serve as skilled and competent medical providers in the field. Our program offers:

  • Instructors with years of experience working as EMS providers
  • Curriculum based on state and national standards and industry best practices
  • Hands-on guidance for clinical skills including in-depth lab sessions and support from licensed lab assistants 
  • Field clinicals in healthcare settings and an ambulance with experienced EMS providers
  • One-on-one tutoring and support when needed 
  • Education Coordinators and Lab Assistants split their time between the classroom and working in the ambulance, keeping them up-to-date on real-world practices

 

train with the best

Our students are well-prepared to be successful on state and national EMS registry exams. Our graduates have a 95% pass rate on their first attempt on the National Registry exam – far exceeding the state and national average first attempt pass rates (64% and 73% respectively). See our National Registry Pass Rates >>

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