Education & Training Resources: Continuing EMS Education (CE)
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The George Washington University’s (GW) online Master of Science in Health Sciences (MSHS) in Emergency Medical Services Leadership coursework is design to provide you with skills you can apply within your current role as you complete your degree. The program consists of 36 credit hours across research, professional and core topics and can be completed in two years.
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EMT to EMS Management, or Paramedic to RN (ADN), with No Classroom Attendance required. Save time and money while working around your busy/irregular schedule. Visit: www.collegenetwork.com/ems/jemsEdCPL
Discover the benefits of online and blended learning education with Evolve E3 Education Events. Learn how technology can improve program delivery and classroom results and earn CEU’s
The Center for Emergency Medicine of Western Pennsylvania, Inc. © Office of Education has been providing quality EMS and Health Care education since 1978. Faculty at the Center have been instrumental in the development of The National Standard Curriculum, the development of EMS related research and have taught on both the National and International stage. The Center offers courses eligible for continuing education as well as programs such as our Nationally Accredited Paramedic Program. Please visit our website for a current list of course offerings.
GeorgiaEMSAcademy.com is where the Georgia EMS Community goes for continuing education. GeorgiaEMSAcademy.com delivers up to 40 hours of pre-approved continuing education, completely online and at a reasonable price. Set up a free account today and check us out.
EmergencyCareNY.com offers EMT Training courses, refresher classes, first aid, CPR, and AED defibrillator sales and training, located in Brooklyn, New York.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) is offering a new EMS Education specialty track that focuses on education principles and program management. The UMBC on-line EHS master's degree program joins specialty options in: EMS Administration, Emergency (Disaster) Management and, Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine. The UMBC EHS department’s accredited program has been preparing EMS professionals since 1982.
The University of South Alabama (USA) Department of EMS Education offers Basic EMT and Paramedic training as well as a Bachelor's of Science degree program in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for students interested in a career in pre-hospital medicine and EMS management. USA also provides non-credit training and continuing education courses (ACLS, PALS, etc.) for emergency medical services (EMS) personnel, such as EMT's and paramedics, as well as nurses, physicians, and other allied healthcare professionals.
The National EMS Academy (NEMSA) provides online education to medics throughout the country via self-paced computer-based training (CBT) and virtual, instructor-led training (VILT). Our primary focus is on providing a quality educational product that appeals to the different learning styles of individuals. To enhance our products, we provide a convenient, online delivery method which eliminates long drive times and other travel expenses for our students.
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