Next Program Start Date: May 20, 2019 | Request More Info Today
Paramedics provide the most advanced level of pre-hospital emergency patient care to acutely ill or injured patients in a variety of settings:
Monday and Wednesday Evening from 6:30pm - 9:30pm
and Saturday Lab Sessions from 9:00am - 4:00pm
Credits Earned: 24
To learn more about the Paramedic Training Program at Dean College, fill out the form below or call 508-541-1624 for more information.
TRAINING DELIVERED BY EMERGENCY MEDICAL TEACHING SERVICES, INC. (EMTS INC.)
The EMT-Paramedic course is an in-depth course in advanced pre-hospital life support which addresses the following areas of study:
Didactic, lab sessions, clinical and field internships include over 1300 hours of in depth education, clinical experiences and practical application. Clinical studies will be in the following areas:
Capstone Field Internships are arranged and coordinated with EMS services in all areas of Eastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands, Metropolitan Boston, and the North and South Shore areas of Massachusetts.
Take your career to the next level...
The EMTS, Inc. Paramedic Training Program meets the requirements of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and national guidelines for paramedic education.
The Paramedic Training Program prepares you to become a competent entry-level Paramedic, with knowledge in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains.
Students must complete an approved EMT-Basic course to qualify for enrollment.
Financial aid may be available to those who qualify.
Before you spend money on a degree program or certification, make sure the institution is a well-established and respected one—like Dean College, founded in 1865. For over 150 years, Dean has stood for academic excellence, professional development and lifelong learning.
EMTS Inc. has a very focused philosophy on EMS education. It is our mission to provide a quality experience in a facility designed to promote the best experience for students.
Consider the experience of EMS educators, the quality of the facility and simulation labs as well as the caring nature of the teachers.