$1500 Per Student.
Student materials provided with tuition: Student eBook, Online Access to Flash Cards, Quizzes, Skill videos, Virtual ride along videos, CPR Certification, Student T-Shirt.
Out of pocket costs: $5 Criminal History (if required), $13 Student Malpractice Insurance, Immunizations (Varies with student)
This course will teach basic emergency medical care at the EMT level. Upon successful completion, students will be able to take National Registry Examination for EMT and apply for Texas Department of State Health Services certification as an EMT upon passing the NREMT Exam
In order to obtain state certification as an EMT, all students must pass the National Registry Examination, then apply for state certification through the Texas Department of State Health services. The associated cost of this is outlined below.
National Registry EMT Exam Fee – $80
Texas Department of State Health Services EMT License Fee – $64 (No Cost for Volunteers or Uniformed Services Veterans)
Students must report all criminal history with exception to Class C (or out of state equivalent) moving, or if written documentation of a death or serious illness/injury is provided, or if the Agency Chief/Head contacts the Director & Chief of Texas Public Service Training Academy before the start of the first day of training and verifies an emergency circumstance occurred that requires the registrant to drop from the course.