Student Information

Student Sign Up Information

Here you will find useful information on how to get signed up for classes and what to expect when attending classes with us. Our student handbook is included for reference, as well as some important links that will aid in your search for the right class to fit your needs.


If you require further information or have additional questions, we are always available by phone, email, in person, or can be contacted through Faceboook.


Thank you for considering us for your EMS educational needs.

Please read the attached Student Handbook for information regarding our school, Admission Critera, School Policies, and other useful information.

EMS Course Orientation

Once signed up for an initial education course, students will be required to attend a Course Orientation meeting at the Training Center in order to be introduced to faculty and to go over required paperwork some important information about the courses.


A $100 nonrefundable deposit is due at the time of the Course Orientation. The balance of the full course tuition can be paid at the time of the Orientation, or payment arrangements can be made.


Currently scheduled Course Orientation dates that still open for the Spring 2018 courses are listed below.

Orientation Date For

Spring 2018 Medical First Responder Courses


**This orientaiton will be mostly geared towards new MFR students, but anyone is to attend!

Open Enrollment Going on Now!

Orientation Dates For Summer 2018

EMT-B Academy & Fall 2018 Courses

  • Saturday, March 10, 2018 0200 PM - 0600 PM


  • Sunday, March 11, 2018 0200 PM - 0600 PM

There will be additional orientation dates for those who cannnot make the dates above.


Please contact us to meet with staff outside of orientation dates, or check back for updates.

What to Expect at Orientation, and What to Bring


During the Course Orientation, students will be introduced to the various faculty members, learn school policies, and will fill out some additional required paperwork. Students will learn what is expected during the course and will have a chance to tour the facility and ask any questions they have about the school or the expectations.


Students need to bring with them a pen and paper for note taking and their $100 non-refundable Course Deposit. Full tuition payment is due by the start of class, but students can sign up for payment arrangements during the orientation. Students will also submit an order form for their class uniform polo shirt so please know your shirt size upon arrival.


Please be on time and sign in at the table by the entry and grab any handouts that are provided.

Payment Made By Departments or Employers

If students are going to have their tuition paid for by their department or place of employment, there will be a separate registration form for the student(s) to fill out. Each student will need to fill out their own registration form, and full contact name and information must be listed in order to have proper invoicing.


Payments can be for full or partial tuition as agreed upon between the employer and their employee, and payment arrangements for any tuition balance can be made for the individual students, if needed.

Admission Information

Admission Policy


Admission to the EMS Programs held at the Training Center is considered open enrollment and is on a first come, first serve basis. Students can apply to the Training Center year round and are able to sign up for a particular course up until the day before class starts. Students who are not able to acquire an open slot in a class they prefer will get first priority for a spot in the next session that becomes available, as long as they still meet the admission requirements.


Students are welcome and encouraged to schedule a visit to the Training Center prior to attending and meet with the Academic Administrator to tour the facility and answer any questions they may have regarding any of the educational programs offered by the school. The Administrator can be reached for appoints via phone or email.


Students will need to fill out a course application, register for a Course Orientation, make payment arrandements for the $100 non-refundable Administration and Technology Fee in order to secure a seat in the EMS course applied for. This fee will go towards the total tuition owed for the course. Students will receive a notification if they are accepted into the desired program.


Students will need to have either a high school diploma or GED*, a computer with internet access, and a valid email that is checked regularly.


For the MFR or EMT-Basic classes, current certification in CPR for Healthcare Providers through the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross is preferred, but not required. For EMT Matriculation and RN to EMT courses, students must provide a copy of a current, valid State of Michigan MFR or RN license and must be currently certified in CPR for Healthcare Providers through the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross.


*This requirement will not apply to dual enrollment students. For students who are unable to meet this requirement, but are over the age of 18, please contact us for more information


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Dual High School Enrollment


Students who wish to enroll in any initial EMS education program can do so as part of their high school's regular educational program. Students who are under the age of 17 must obtain a parent’s signature and release to allow the minor student to attend. Iif a student is wanting to attend during school hours, students must also receive a signed written release from their school’s principal or guidance counselor authorizing the student to attend the program during their school day.


For summer programs, minors must obtain a signed authorization from their parents, and must have completed the 11th grade or their junior year of high school in order to attend class.


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Age Requirements for Admission and EMS Licensure


The State of Michigan requires that individuals are at least eighteen (18) years of age in order to obtain their license as an EMS Provider at every level. Students who are not yet eighteen (18) by the date of the EMS course completion will potentially have a difficult time meeting the NREMT exam requirements.


Students are required to successfully complete the NREMT cognitive written exam within two (2) years of successfully completing and passing the in-class NREMT psychomotor Practical Exam. However, the psychomotor exam expires twelve (12) months from their date of successful completion. If the student has not taken and passed the written cognitive NREMT exam within these twelve (12) months, the student must make arrangements with their original instructor to retake the NREMT psychomotor practical exam.


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CPR Certification Requirements for Initial EMS Education Courses


Students will be required to either provide the Training Center with a current CPR card for Healthcare Providers from the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross, or will be required to attend a special CPR training course at some time during the EMS education course. This date will be outlined as part of the initial training course schedule, and will occur in addition to the minimum hours required for each course per the state of Michigan EMS education requirements.


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Criminal History


Certain criminal history can prevent an individual from being able to sit for the NREMT examination, and many states have laws preventing individuals with certain criminal histories from receiving an EMS license in that state, including misdemeanors, felony convictions, and other revocations or suspensions of a health care licensure. Students wishing to test for the NREMT exam and apply for state application for licensure will have to submit a full detailed explanation of the conviction in order to be approved for testing and state licensure. If a student believes he/she may have criminal history that will prevent their ability to test or become licensed, the Instructor or Course Coordinator needs to be notified ASAP.


Students are required to sign an acknowledgment stating he/she understands that there is the potential for their application(s) to be denied and that an appeal may need to be submitted to the NREMT for final testing approval. The full course Syllabus and Handbook references the Criminal Conviction Policy. It is up to the individual student to direct all questions and clarifications regarding their criminal background to the NREMT and the State of Michigan directly.


All students desiring to enter the Emergency Response Training Center will be required to have a criminal background check. Additionally, each student will need a negative ten (10) panel drug screen performed prior to beginning the clinical portion of the course. More information on deadlines will be addressed during specific course requirement orientation meetings.


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Physical Requirements and Personal Challenges

During this program, students may be involved in various tasks that may include, but are not limited to: lifting, standing, sitting, crawling, kneeling, listening, watching, focusing on details, following directions for extended periods of time, as well as potentially enduring prolonged periods of time between eating, resting, or using bathroom facilities.


During clinical rotations, students have an increased potential of being exposed to hazardous substances, toxins, germs, blood, or airborne pathogens, body fluids such as saliva, fecal matter, urine, sperm, vaginal secretions, seeping or unkempt skin tissue, unkempt, or disheveled individuals, infectious diseases, extreme heat, extreme cold, varying weather conditions ranging from mild to severe weather warnings, snow, ice, slippery or wet conditions, poor construction or unsteady surfaces, objects, or situations, potential violence, personal threats, personal injury, up to and including, death, insects, snakes, animals both domestic and exotic, unsanitary or hoarding conditions, rude comments, sexual natured comments, and harassment of all extremes from patients, bystanders, or other individuals, extreme lifting and carrying multiple objects.


Students are expected to not only have the ability, but to also perform and participate in all job related task as directed in the Student Clinical Objectives in compliance with ADA standards as set forth in the Americans with Disability Act. All task are job related and students are made aware that limited accommodations can be attempted to be made in the job related duties in order to perform the necessary task in a safe and acceptable order.

3303 West Saginaw Street

Suite A3

Lansing, Michigan 48917