At Georgia Institute of EMS

We are happy that you are considering becoming part of our family and allowing us to assist you through your journey to get into the EMS field. We offer various programs to get you started in your career.

Don't know where to start? No worries, we got you!

Here we will guide you through the registration process.

  1. Step 1 -  You will need to first decide which program you are interested in. To learn more about each program click on the descriptions below.
  2. Step 2- You will need to choose your pathway and register for the program in which you have chosen.
  3. Step 3 - We will need a copy of your drivers license or other government issued picture ID, high school diploma, GED, or transcripts showing graduation of a primary education, and a copy of your immunization records. Don't have a copy of your diploma or equivalent or immunization records right now? No worries. We will just need them within 30 days of starting the program.
  4. Step 4 - We will need to discuss the financing options. We have 3 to choose from.


Now that you know the process start your registration, click the learn more button below to see which program is best for you and then once you have made your decision click the begin registration button and choose your pathway for the program you wish to register for. (Pathways are explained in step 2 after you click the begin registration button)

Still don't know what program is best for you? No worries. Just give us a call at 678-561-2368 option 1 or click on the contact request link below. We will be more than happy to speak to you about the programs in more detail.


Click on the video for an overview of the registration process.

You can also use the link below to request a contact or call us at 678-561-2368 Option 1.

Which Program are You Interested In?

Paramedics Giving First Aid to a Person Lying on a Stretcher
Firefighters / EMT helping a young woman after a car accident. A female driver lying down on the countryside road.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Rescue team (doctor and a paramedic) resuscitating the man on the street.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Rescue team (doctor and a paramedic) resuscitating the man on the street.