North Carolina Emergency Medical Services

The mission of the Office of Emergency Medical Services is to foster emergency medical systems, trauma systems and credentialed EMS personnel to improve in providing responses to emergencies and disasters which will result in higher quality emergency medical care being delivered to the residents and visitors of North Carolina.

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Emergency Medical Technician Intensive

If you're looking for a rapid, informative and thorough way to complete the 190-hour curriculum the State of North Carolina requires to become an Emergency Medical Technician, try this intensive EMT-Basic course. In three weeks you can learn what you need to take the National Registry exam, as well as, the North Carolina state exam and earn your EMT credentials.


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EMT: Week 2

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EMT Refresher Training Program

Time to be recertified? Our EMT Refresher Training Program (RTP) makes certain you obtain the 24-hours of core curriculum training required by the National Registry and includes the Scope of Practice evaluation. 


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EMT-B Course at Landmark Learning

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Epinephrine Administration

This four-hour workshop prepares participants to manage allergic reactions, anaphylaxis, and epinephrine administration by incorporating practical scenarios, mini-lectures, and live sterile injection practice. Course completion results in a four-year North Carolina state certificate.


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Alumni Update - ETSU Student to the Rescue!

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Landmark Outdoor Educator Semester

The Landmark Outdoor Educator Semester - 6 weeks, 7 certifications, up to 15 college credit hours = 1 amazing experience.


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Landmark Outdoor Educator Semester - A Student's Perspective

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