The Emergency Medical Services profession includes four levels: Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Advanced EMT, and Paramedic. The TEEX/ESTI EMS Program offers courses that prepare graduates for certification, by examination, from the National Registry of EMT’s at the EMR, EMT, and Paramedic level. All instructors have years of experience as EMTs and paramedics and use currently educational best practice methodologies.

Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)

The primary focus of the Emergency Medical Responder is to initiate immediate lifesaving care to critical patients who access the emergency medical system. This individual possesses the basic knowledge and skills necessary to provide lifesaving interventions while awaiting additional EMS response and to assist higher level personnel at the scene and during transport. Emergency Medical Responders function as part of a comprehensive EMS response, under medical oversight. Emergency Medical Responders perform basic interventions with minimal equipment.

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

The primary focus of the Emergency Medical Technician is to provide basic emergency medical care and transportation for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical system. This individual possesses the basic knowledge and skills necessary to provide patient care and transportation. Emergency Medical Technicians function as part of a comprehensive EMS response, under medical oversight. Emergency Medical Technicians perform interventions with the basic equipment typically found on an ambulance. The Emergency Medical Technician is a link from the scene to the emergency health care system.

Paramedic

The Paramedic is an allied health professional whose primary focus is to provide advanced emergency medical care for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical system. This individual possesses the complex knowledge and skills necessary to provide patient care and transportation. Paramedics function as part of a comprehensive EMS response, under medical oversight. Paramedics perform interventions with the basic and advanced equipment typically found on an ambulance. The Paramedic is a link from the scene into the health care system.

TEEX offers slow and fast paced courses for Emergency Medical Technician and Paramedic. Learn more about the course offerings.

The TxDOT Rural/Frontier EMS Education Grant is available to improve accessibility of training in remote areas.

The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service Paramedic Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org)upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).

Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
25400 U.S. Highway 19 N., Suite 158
Clearwater, GL 33763
www.caahep.org

CoAEMSP
8301 Lakeview Pkwy, Suite 111-312
Rowlett, TX 75088
(214) 703-8445
www.coaemsp.org

CoAEMSP 2020 Annual Report

NREMT Pass Rate                     94.8%                  
Program Retention Rate         70.4%
Job Placement                          57.9%  

  • Retention and job placement percentages reflect Covid 19 internship site closures delaying student graduation.  

CoAEMSP 2019 Annual Report

NREMT Pass Rate                   88%
Program Retention Rate        75%
Job Placement                          90%

CoAEMSP 2018 Annual Report

NREMT Pass Rate                    84%
Program Retention Rate        71%
Job Placement                          78%

 

EMS Resources

Safety First

All students participating in training at TEEX Brayton Fire Training Field are required to follow all guidelines in the Student Safety Manual for the fire field.


Funding Options: DHS/FEMA Veterans Benefits GSA
Delivery Types: Online Face-to-Face Blended Online Instructor-Led
Category Course # Course Title Description Division
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses EMS101 Emergency Medical Responder (blended format)
Preparation for certification as an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR).
Emergency Medical Responders (EMR) provide immediate lifesaving care to critical patients who access the emergency medical services system. Emergency Medical Responders have the knowledge and skills necessary to provide immediate lifesaving interventions while awaiting additional EMS resources to arrive. Emergency Medical Responders also provide assistance to higher-level personnel at the scene of emergencies and during transport. Emergency Medical Responders are a vital part of the comprehensive EMS response. Under medical oversight, Emergency Medical Responders perform basic interventions with minimal equipment.

End-of-Course Outcomes: Demonstrate proficiency in cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains for the Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) in accordance with the current guidelines of the licensing/certification agency.
Licensing/Certification Agency National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians and the Texas Department of State Health and Human Services – Emergency Medical Services
Annual School Attendees:
Please note: For the Spring School Emergency Medical Responders and the Municipal Annual School Emergency Medical Responders: This class is for Texas residents that are members of a municipal or volunteer first responder organization ONLY. This course is partially funded through a Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) Rural / Frontier EMS Education Grant. Any other students should attend the Industrial Annual School EMR class.

The Emergency Medical Responder course is an 80-hour blended course, with 44 hours of self-paced online didactic instruction that follows a lesson plan with weekly lecture and activity assignments the student completes using a home computer, textbook, and online supplemental material. The face-to-face portion is 36 hours of hands on psychomotor skills instruction and written testing. The face-to-face portion is completed at the Brayton Fire Training Field in College Station, Texas and runs for one week during the Texas Annual Fire Training School classes conducted in March and July.

Individuals successfully completing the EMR course are eligible for National Registry Cognitive Exam testing and certification through the Texas Department of State Health and Human Services (TDSHS) as an Emergency Medical Responder.

This blended learning program can be customized for your agency. If you are interested, please contact the TEEX EMS Program for more information.

*Classes maybe pending course approval from the Texas Department of State Health and Human Services – Emergency Medical Services. Show less

Preparation for certification as an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR).
Emergency Medical Responders (EMR) provide immediate lifesaving care to critical patients who access the emergency medical services system. Emergency Medical Responders have the knowledge and skills necessary to provide… Show more
Blended ESTI Learn More about Emergency Medical Responder (blended format)
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses EMS110 EMT Basic class – Evening Offering
Are you ready to start a career in Emergency Medical Services (EMS)? The initial EMT-Basic certification program may be your answer. Based on the National Standard Curriculum core competencies, this course meets or exceeds minimum hours and content established by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS).
TEEX offers participants two paths to complete the EMT-Basic program: a night class (EMS110) or a day class (EMS115) that include a lecture and skills lab portion, as well as a clinical/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) (EMS116) internship. Whichever format you choose, the TEEX EMT-Basic course is approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). Based on the National Standard Curriculum core competencies, this course meets or exceeds the minimum hours and content established by DSHS. Participants successfully completing the didactic and clinical components of this program will be eligible to sit for the National Registry cognitive exam.
The 296 program hours include: EMS110 /EMS115 (176 hours of classroom lecture and hands-on skills lab) and EMS116 (48 hours of clinical internship and 72 hours of field internship).
The maximum number of participants in the program is 24. TEEX maintains a ratio of 1 instructor per 24 participants during the classroom lecture; 1 instructor per 8 participants in the skills lab; and 1 preceptor to 1 participant during field experiences.
Night Class (EMS110 and EMS116)The EMT night course consists of 22 weeks of classroom lecture, skills, clinical internship rotations, and field internship rotations.Classes are held two days a week (Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday) from 6:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m. A detailed class schedule is provided after registration is complete.
Day Class (EMS115 and EMS116)The EMT day course consists of 8 weeks of classroom lecture, skills, clinical internship rotations, and field internship rotations.Classes are held three days a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) from 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. A detailed class schedule is provided after registration is complete.
The hospital and ambulance rotations begin during the classroom portion of the class. You will be expected to do hospital and ambulance rotations on the days you are not in class.Students successfully completing didactic requirements (must pass all skills tests, unit exams, summative exams, and final exams) and clinical components of this program are eligible to receive a course completion certificate and take the National Registry Cognitive exam.

All classes are pending approval from the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Please note: Background checks are required for clinical and field rotations. Certification by the Texas Department of State Health Services or other certifying entity is independent of the TEEX EMS program and its training. Show less

Are you ready to start a career in Emergency Medical Services (EMS)? The initial EMT-Basic certification program may be your answer. Based on the National Standard Curriculum core competencies, this course meets or exceeds minimum hours and content established by the Texas Department of State… Show more
Blended ESTI Learn More about EMT Basic class – Evening Offering
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses EMS115 EMT Basic class – Day Offering
Are you ready to start a career in Emergency Medical Services (EMS)? The initial EMT-Basic certification program may be your answer. Based on the National Standard Curriculum core competencies, this course meets or exceeds minimum hours and content established by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS).
TEEX offers participants two paths to complete the EMT-Basic program: a night class (EMS110) or a day class (EMS115) that include a lecture and skills lab portion, as well as a clinical/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) (EMS116) internship. Whichever format you choose, the TEEX EMT-Basic course is approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). Based on the National Standard Curriculum core competencies, this course meets or exceeds the minimum hours and content established by DSHS. Participants successfully completing the didactic and clinical components of this program will be eligible to sit for the National Registry cognitive exam.

The 296 program hours include: EMS110 /EMS115 (176 hours of classroom lecture and hands-on skills lab) and EMS116 (48 hours of clinical internship and 72 hours of field internship).
The maximum number of participants in the program is 24. TEEX maintains a ratio of 1 instructor per 24 participants during the classroom lecture; 1 instructor per 8 participants in the skills lab; and 1 preceptor to 1 participant during field experiences.
Night Class (EMS110 and EMS116)
The EMT night course consists of 22 weeks of classroom lecture, skills, clinical internship rotations, and field internship rotations.
Classes are held two days a week (Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday) from 6:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m. A detailed class schedule is provided after registration is complete.
Day Class (EMS115 and EMS116)
The EMT day course consists of 8 weeks of classroom lecture, skills, clinical internship rotations, and field internship rotations.
Classes are held three days a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) from 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. A detailed class schedule is provided after registration is complete.
The hospital and ambulance rotations begin during the classroom portion of the class. You will be expected to do hospital and ambulance rotations on the days you are not in class.Students successfully completing didactic requirements (must pass all skills tests, unit exams, summative exams, and final exams) and clinical components of this program are eligible to receive a course completion certificate and take the National Registry Cognitive exam.

All classes are pending approval from the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Please note: Background checks are required for clinical and field rotations. Certification by the Texas Department of State Health Services or other certifying entity is independent of the TEEX EMS program and its training. Show less

Are you ready to start a career in Emergency Medical Services (EMS)? The initial EMT-Basic certification program may be your answer. Based on the National Standard Curriculum core competencies, this course meets or exceeds minimum hours and content established by the Texas Department of State… Show more
Face-to-Face ESTI Learn More about EMT Basic class – Day Offering
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses EMS130 Paramedic Class – Evening Offering
Do you want to advance your Emergency Medical Service (EMS) career to the next level? The TEEX Paramedic Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP) which allows our paramedic students to test for the National Registry. Based on the National Standard Curriculum core competencies, this course meets or exceeds minimum hours and content established by DSHS.

The Paramedic program is a total of 1262 hours, which includes:

EMS130 or EMS135 – Didactic Experience

150 hours of online co-requisite courses

512 hours classroom lectures and hands-on skills

EMS136 – Clinical and Field Experience

240 hours of hospital experiences

240 hours of EMS experiences

120 hours of Capstone EMS Internship with 20 team leads

The maximum number of participants in the program is 24. TEEX maintains a ratio of 1 instructor per 24 participants during the classroom lecture; 1 instructor per 8 participants in the skills lab; and 1 preceptor to 1 participant during field experiences.

Students successfully completing co-requisite requirements, didactic requirements (must pass all skills tests, unit exams, summative exams, and final exams) and clinical and capstone components of this program are eligible to receive a course completion certificate and take the National Registry Cognitive and Psychomotor exams.

This Paramedic Night Class (EMS130 and EMS136) consists of classroom lecture, skills, clinical internship rotations, and field internship rotations followed by a two week capstone internship. Classes are held from 6:00 p.m.– 10:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A detailed class schedule is provided after registration is complete.

Please note: Background checks are required for clinical and field rotations. Certification by the Texas Department of State Health Services or other certifying entity is independent of the TEEX EMS program and its training.

All classes are pending approval from the Texas Department of State Health Services. Show less

Do you want to advance your Emergency Medical Service (EMS) career to the next level? The TEEX Paramedic Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational… Show more
Face-to-Face ESTI Learn More about Paramedic Class – Evening Offering
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses EMS135 Paramedic Class – Day Offering
Do you want to advance your Emergency Medical Service (EMS) career to the next level? The TEEX Paramedic Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP) which allows our paramedic students to test for the National Registry. Based on the National Standard Curriculum core competencies, this course meets or exceeds minimum hours and content established by DSHS.
The intensive 7.5 month, 1262 hour Paramedic course includes:

EMS130 or EMS135 – Didactic Experience

150 hours of online co-requisite courses
512 hours classroom lectures and hands-on skills

EMS136 – Clinical and Field Experience

240 hours of hospital experiences
240 hours of EMS experiences
120 hours of Capstone EMS Internship with 20 team leads

The maximum number of participants in the program is 24. TEEX maintains a ratio of 1 instructor per 24 participants during the classroom lecture; 1 instructor per 8 participants in the skills lab; and 1 preceptor to 1 participant during field experiences.
Students successfully completing co-requisite requirements, didactic requirements (must pass all skills tests, unit exams, summative exams, and final exams) and clinical and capstone components of this program are eligible to receive a course completion certificate and take the National Registry Cognitive and Psychomotor exams.
This Paramedic Day Class (EMS135 and EMS136) consists of seven months of classroom lecture, skills, clinical internship rotations, and field internship rotations followed by a two week capstone internship. Classes are held from 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. on either a Monday, Wednesday, every third Friday schedule or a Tuesday, Thursday, every third Friday schedule. A detailed class schedule is provided after registration is complete.
Please note: Background checks are required for clinical and field rotations. Certification by the Texas Department of State Health Services or other certifying entity is independent of the TEEX EMS program and its training.
All classes are pending approval from the Texas Department of State Health Services.
  Show less

Do you want to advance your Emergency Medical Service (EMS) career to the next level? The TEEX Paramedic Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational… Show more
Face-to-Face ESTI Learn More about Paramedic Class – Day Offering
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses EMS500 EMS Customized Course
Have a Continuing Education (CE) topic that you would like to have developed? The TEEX EMS Program can fill that need by developing new CE curriculum. We can modify any of our currently listed courses or develop new curriculum to meet your department’s training and scheduling needs.
We maintain a Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) approved CE program. Show less
Have a Continuing Education (CE) topic that you would like to have developed? The TEEX EMS Program can fill that need by developing new CE curriculum. We can modify any of our currently listed courses or develop new curriculum to meet your department’s training and scheduling needs.
We… Show more
Face-to-Face ESTI Learn More about EMS Customized Course
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses EMS543 EMT-Paramedic Recertification
This course meets all requirements to renew a paramedic certification or license issued by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
This course meets all requirements to renew a paramedic certification or license issued by the Texas Department of State Health
Face-to-Face ESTI Learn More about EMT-Paramedic Recertification
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses LET580 Field Training Officer
Field training officers provide one-on-one learning and mentoring in the real-world environment. This course provides participants with the tools necessary to become an effective field training officer. Any agency desiring to restructure a field training program or build a new program will find this course immensely beneficial.
This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements Field Training Officer course #3702. Show less
Field training officers provide one-on-one learning and mentoring in the real-world environment. This course provides participants with the tools necessary to become an effective field training officer. Any agency desiring to restructure a field training program or build a new program… Show more
Face-to-Face ILEPSE Learn More about Field Training Officer
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses LET581 Field Training Officer (Online)
Field training officers provide one-on-one learning and mentoring in the real-world environment. This online course provides participants with the tools necessary to become an effective field training officer. Any agency desiring to restructure a field training program or build a new program will find this course immensely beneficial.
This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements Field Training Officer course #3702. Show less
Field training officers provide one-on-one learning and mentoring in the real-world environment. This online course provides participants with the tools necessary to become an effective field training officer. Any agency desiring to restructure a field training program or build a new… Show more
Online ILEPSE Learn More about Field Training Officer (Online)
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses LET584 First Line Supervisor (Online)
Supervising a work environment requires advanced skills in leadership, counseling, motivation, and communication to create an effective and positive workplace. This course will provide participants with training vital to effective leadership and administrative tasks. Participants will learn topics in ethics, effective communication, leadership styles, counseling, planning and organizing, and cultural diversity.This course is mandatory for peace officers who are appointed to, or who will be appointed to, their first supervisory position. TCOLE requires officers to attend this course between a year before and a year after their appointment.This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements New Supervisor’s Course #3737. Show less
Supervising a work environment requires advanced skills in leadership, counseling, motivation, and communication to create an effective and positive workplace. This course will provide participants with training vital to effective leadership and administrative tasks. Participants will learn… Show more
Online ILEPSE Learn More about First Line Supervisor (Online)
Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic EMS Courses LET585 First Line Supervisor
Supervising a work environment requires advanced skills in leadership, counseling, motivation, and communication to create an effective and positive workplace. This course will provide participants with training vital to effective leadership and administrative tasks. Participants will learn topics in ethics, effective communication, leadership styles, counseling, planning and organizing, and cultural diversity.

This course is mandatory for peace officers who are appointed to, or who will be appointed to, their first supervisory position. TCOLE requires officers to attend this course between a year before and a year after their appointment.

This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements New Supervisor’s Course #3737. Show less

Supervising a work environment requires advanced skills in leadership, counseling, motivation, and communication to create an effective and positive workplace. This course will provide participants with training vital to effective leadership and administrative tasks. Participants will learn… Show more
Face-to-Face ILEPSE Learn More about First Line Supervisor
Continuing EMS Education 9P3131 Medical Team Specialist – Instructor-Led Training
The Instructor-Led Training (ILT) component of the Medical Team Specialist course is designed to provide Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Task Force personnel with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform medical functions for a US&R team during a disaster or planned event. Participants will learn to navigate the operational aspects and organizational issues that affect their ability to practice medicine. Upon completion of the ILT component, participants will be able to successfully perform the position of Medical Team Specialist or Medical Team Manager on a US&R team.
This course is 46 hours of face-to-face training.  Prior to attending this face-to-face training course, students must successfully complete the Computer-Based Training (CBT) Medical Team Specialist course (Course Code: 9P3130) that is approximately 13 hours. The CBT component of this course is hosted for free by TEEX. Show less
The Instructor-Led Training (ILT) component of the Medical Team Specialist course is designed to provide Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Task Force personnel with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform medical functions for a US&R team during a disaster or planned… Show more
Face-to-Face ESTI Learn More about Medical Team Specialist – Instructor-Led Training
Continuing EMS Education AWR111 Internet-Basic EMS Concepts for CBRNE Events
Is it natural or weaponized? Exposure or contamination, what’s the difference? Why did everyone in the room become sick? Where does Emergency Medical Services (EMS) fit into the Incident Command System (ICS) tree?
Learn the answers to these questions and more by taking the web-based Basic Emergency Medical Services Concepts for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) course. AWR111-W can be completed by someone initially seeking information about this topic or by a health care provider wanting to enhance their knowledge concerning CBRNE events. Show less
Is it natural or weaponized? Exposure or contamination, what’s the difference? Why did everyone in the room become sick? Where does Emergency Medical Services (EMS) fit into the Incident Command System (ICS) tree?
Learn the answers to these questions and more by taking the… Show more
DHS/FEMA
Online
ESTI Learn More about Internet-Basic EMS Concepts for CBRNE Events
Continuing EMS Education AWR314 Medical Countermeasures Awareness for Public Health Emergencies
The Medical Countermeasures Awareness for Public Health Emergencies course is a web-based course that enhances community preparedness by providing awareness-level training on the roles and responsibilities of the local public health community and its partners. The course covers local and federal resources and capabilities that may exist to help provide post-exposure prophylaxis for a large population in response to a catastrophic CBRNE or other public health event. It also reviews actions taken by a local jurisdiction during a public health emergency that require response at the local level and deployment of the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS). Show less
The Medical Countermeasures Awareness for Public Health Emergencies course is a web-based course that enhances community preparedness by providing awareness-level training on the roles and responsibilities of the local public health community and its partners. The course covers local and… Show more
DHS/FEMA
Online
ESTI Learn More about Medical Countermeasures Awareness for Public Health Emergencies
Continuing EMS Education EMS520 NREMT Skills Remediation – Basic
This course is designed to target the person who needs a mild refresher before retesting skills at a National Registry exam.
This course is designed to target the person who needs a mild refresher before retesting skills at a National Registry
Face-to-Face ESTI Learn More about NREMT Skills Remediation – Basic
Continuing EMS Education EMS533 EMT Paramedic Remedial Course / Refresher Training
Do you need a paramedic remedial course before your next attempt at the National Registry Cognitive Exam? This course targets the individual who needs to complete a paramedic refresher course before re-attempting the certification exam.
Do you need a paramedic remedial course before your next attempt at the National Registry Cognitive Exam? This course targets the individual who needs to complete a paramedic refresher course before re-attempting the certification
Face-to-Face ESTI Learn More about EMT Paramedic Remedial Course / Refresher Training
Continuing EMS Education EMS543 EMT-Paramedic Recertification
This course meets all requirements to renew a paramedic certification or license issued by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
This course meets all requirements to renew a paramedic certification or license issued by the Texas Department of State Health
Face-to-Face ESTI Learn More about EMT-Paramedic Recertification
Continuing EMS Education EMS905 TEEX Preceptor Training
This online course is designed for those serving as TEEX field/clinical internship preceptors. It gives an overview of TEEX field/clinical objectives and the expectations of a preceptor.
This online course is designed for those serving as TEEX field/clinical internship preceptors. It gives an overview of TEEX field/clinical objectives and the expectations of a
Online ESTI Learn More about TEEX Preceptor Training
Continuing EMS Education MGT319 Medical Countermeasures: Point of Dispensing (POD), Planning and Response
This course is a guide for local health officials and their partners to coordinate plans to provide mass distribution of medical countermeasures in response to a large-scale public health incident. This course focuses on planning considerations, recommendation to achieve the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) 48-hour standard for Mass Prophylaxis, and the local community’s Mass Prophylaxis and Point of Dispensing (POD) site preparedness. The course material is applicable to pandemic influenza, bio-terrorism, and other public health emergencies. Show less
This course is a guide for local health officials and their partners to coordinate plans to provide mass distribution of medical countermeasures in response to a large-scale public health incident. This course focuses on planning considerations, recommendation to achieve the Centers for… Show more
GSADHS/FEMA
Face-to-Face
ESTI Learn More about Medical Countermeasures: Point of Dispensing (POD), Planning and Response
Continuing EMS Education MGT341 Disaster Preparedness for Healthcare Organizations within the Community Infras
The Disaster Preparedness for Healthcare Organizations Within The Community Infrastructure course provides information specific to healthcare organizations vulnerability to a disaster. During this FEMA sponsored course, participants will be introduced to the various natural, technological, and civil hazards to which healthcare organizations may be vulnerable and the potential impacts of those hazards.
Federal guidelines and legislation that serve to aid in the preparedness for, and response to, incidents involving these hazards are discussed, as are current emergency management standards for the healthcare community. Participants review response and recovery issues that should be addressed by medical facilities and organizations in preparation for a large-scale incident, including identification of critical resources necessary for response and recovery. Show less
The Disaster Preparedness for Healthcare Organizations Within The Community Infrastructure course provides information specific to healthcare organizations vulnerability to a disaster. During this FEMA sponsored course, participants will be introduced to the various natural, technological, and… Show more
GSADHS/FEMA
Face-to-Face
ITSI Learn More about Disaster Preparedness for Healthcare Organizations within the Community Infras
Continuing EMS Education MGT348 Medical Preparedness and Response for Bombing Incidents
This course is designed for personnel from any professional background who may become part of a community response to a bombing event. This interactive, instructor-facilitated program employs case studies and research-based information designed to enhance medical preparedness for and response to blast effects. Breakout sessions address considerations and concerns specific both to medical responders and emergency planners. Students are encouraged to ask questions and to create a to-do list of items they don’t have the answers to, so they have a list of tasks to address when they return to their jurisdiction. Show less
This course is designed for personnel from any professional background who may become part of a community response to a bombing event. This interactive, instructor-facilitated program employs case studies and research-based information designed to enhance medical preparedness for and response… Show more
GSADHS/FEMA
Face-to-Face
ESTI Learn More about Medical Preparedness and Response for Bombing Incidents
Continuing EMS Education MGT439 Pediatric Disaster Response and Emergency Preparedness
This course prepares students to effectively, appropriately, and safely plan for and respond to a disaster incident involving children, addressing the specific needs of pediatric patients in the event of a community based-incident. Pediatric specific planning considerations include mass sheltering, pediatric-triage, reunification planning and pediatric decontamination considerations. This is not a hands-on technical course, but instead a management resource course for stakeholders like pediatric physicians, emergency managers, emergency planners, and members of public emergency departments like EMS, Fire, Police, Public Health, and Hospitals in field of disaster response and preparedness work. Show less
This course prepares students to effectively, appropriately, and safely plan for and respond to a disaster incident involving children, addressing the specific needs of pediatric patients in the event of a community based-incident. Pediatric specific planning considerations include mass… Show more
DHS/FEMA
Face-to-Face
ESTI Learn More about Pediatric Disaster Response and Emergency Preparedness
Continuing EMS Education PER211 Medical Management of Chem, Bio, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive Events
What if a catastrophic event occurs? Will you be ready? Will you need a special level of protection? Is decontamination necessary? Do you have the right medications? 
 
PER 211, Medical Management of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives, (CBRNE) Events answers these questions and more as you learn how to distinguish between different agents of concern that could be used in a major incident. 
 
This course is a combination of facilitated discussions, small-group exercises, Human Patient Simulator hands-on scenarios, and traditional classroom discussions. Exercises are conducted in a CBRNE scenario using both adult and pediatric Human Patient Simulators to reinforce classroom lectures and interaction.  
 
This course promotes critical thinking skills while utilizing the RAPID-Care concept. The multi-discipline make-up of the participants helps to strengthen information sharing, communications, and medical surge capabilities. Show less
What if a catastrophic event occurs? Will you be ready? Will you need a special level of protection? Is decontamination necessary? Do you have the right medications? 
 
PER 211, Medical Management of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives,… Show more
GSADHS/FEMA
Face-to-Face
ESTI Learn More about Medical Management of Chem, Bio, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive Events
Leader/Preparedness Courses 9P3131 Medical Team Specialist – Instructor-Led Training
The Instructor-Led Training (ILT) component of the Medical Team Specialist course is designed to provide Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Task Force personnel with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform medical functions for a US&R team during a disaster or planned event. Participants will learn to navigate the operational aspects and organizational issues that affect their ability to practice medicine. Upon completion of the ILT component, participants will be able to successfully perform the position of Medical Team Specialist or Medical Team Manager on a US&R team.
This course is 46 hours of face-to-face training.  Prior to attending this face-to-face training course, students must successfully complete the Computer-Based Training (CBT) Medical Team Specialist course (Course Code: 9P3130) that is approximately 13 hours. The CBT component of this course is hosted for free by TEEX. Show less
The Instructor-Led Training (ILT) component of the Medical Team Specialist course is designed to provide Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Task Force personnel with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform medical functions for a US&R team during a disaster or planned… Show more
Face-to-Face ESTI Learn More about Medical Team Specialist – Instructor-Led Training
Leader/Preparedness Courses LET580 Field Training Officer
Field training officers provide one-on-one learning and mentoring in the real-world environment. This course provides participants with the tools necessary to become an effective field training officer. Any agency desiring to restructure a field training program or build a new program will find this course immensely beneficial.
This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements Field Training Officer course #3702. Show less
Field training officers provide one-on-one learning and mentoring in the real-world environment. This course provides participants with the tools necessary to become an effective field training officer. Any agency desiring to restructure a field training program or build a new program… Show more
Face-to-Face ILEPSE Learn More about Field Training Officer
Leader/Preparedness Courses LET581 Field Training Officer (Online)
Field training officers provide one-on-one learning and mentoring in the real-world environment. This online course provides participants with the tools necessary to become an effective field training officer. Any agency desiring to restructure a field training program or build a new program will find this course immensely beneficial.
This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements Field Training Officer course #3702. Show less
Field training officers provide one-on-one learning and mentoring in the real-world environment. This online course provides participants with the tools necessary to become an effective field training officer. Any agency desiring to restructure a field training program or build a new… Show more
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Leader/Preparedness Courses LET584 First Line Supervisor (Online)
Supervising a work environment requires advanced skills in leadership, counseling, motivation, and communication to create an effective and positive workplace. This course will provide participants with training vital to effective leadership and administrative tasks. Participants will learn topics in ethics, effective communication, leadership styles, counseling, planning and organizing, and cultural diversity.This course is mandatory for peace officers who are appointed to, or who will be appointed to, their first supervisory position. TCOLE requires officers to attend this course between a year before and a year after their appointment.This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements New Supervisor’s Course #3737. Show less
Supervising a work environment requires advanced skills in leadership, counseling, motivation, and communication to create an effective and positive workplace. This course will provide participants with training vital to effective leadership and administrative tasks. Participants will learn… Show more
Online ILEPSE Learn More about First Line Supervisor (Online)
Leader/Preparedness Courses LET585 First Line Supervisor
Supervising a work environment requires advanced skills in leadership, counseling, motivation, and communication to create an effective and positive workplace. This course will provide participants with training vital to effective leadership and administrative tasks. Participants will learn topics in ethics, effective communication, leadership styles, counseling, planning and organizing, and cultural diversity.

This course is mandatory for peace officers who are appointed to, or who will be appointed to, their first supervisory position. TCOLE requires officers to attend this course between a year before and a year after their appointment.

This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements New Supervisor’s Course #3737. Show less

Supervising a work environment requires advanced skills in leadership, counseling, motivation, and communication to create an effective and positive workplace. This course will provide participants with training vital to effective leadership and administrative tasks. Participants will learn… Show more
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Leader/Preparedness Courses LET705 Reality Based Training Instructor
Effective scenario training enables participants to gain valuable hands-on experience and improve their skills for public safety and security. Safety and realism are the two most important elements in reality-based training. This course is designed to teach participants how to safely design and implement scenario based training within their agency. Participants will learn how to effectively develop and evaluate a scenario training plan that is safe and effective. Upon completing this course, participants obtain several training scenarios that they will be able to take back to their agencies to immediately utilize.
This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements LET705 TEEX RBTI Course #78032. Show less
Effective scenario training enables participants to gain valuable hands-on experience and improve their skills for public safety and security. Safety and realism are the two most important elements in reality-based training. This course is designed to teach participants how to safely design… Show more
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National Registry Exams EMS520 NREMT Skills Remediation – Basic
This course is designed to target the person who needs a mild refresher before retesting skills at a National Registry exam.
This course is designed to target the person who needs a mild refresher before retesting skills at a National Registry
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National Registry Exams EMS533 EMT Paramedic Remedial Course / Refresher Training
Do you need a paramedic remedial course before your next attempt at the National Registry Cognitive Exam? This course targets the individual who needs to complete a paramedic refresher course before re-attempting the certification exam.
Do you need a paramedic remedial course before your next attempt at the National Registry Cognitive Exam? This course targets the individual who needs to complete a paramedic refresher course before re-attempting the certification
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National Registry Exams EMS930 NREMT Practical Exam
This is the Psychomotor exam for advanced level providers seeking National Certification.
This is the Psychomotor exam for advanced level providers seeking National
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National Registry Exams EMS938 National Registry Exam Skills Review
Looking for ways to fine-tune your paramedic or Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) skills prior to testing? This skill review session is for both paramedic and AEMT candidates and covers essential information necessary for the National Registry Paramedic Skills Examination.
Although this program is geared toward the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Paramedic candidate, AEMT candidates would also benefit from this review. Show less
Looking for ways to fine-tune your paramedic or Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) skills prior to testing? This skill review session is for both paramedic and AEMT candidates and covers essential information necessary for the National Registry Paramedic Skills Examination.
Although… Show more
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