“The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.”
Traditional Class Structure
Students will participate in many different learning activities in class. Lectures, discussions, presentations, quizzes, exams and games to reinforce learning are just a few examples of what to expect in class.
Online Class Activities
At Georgia Institute of EMS, we take great pride in our online learning strategies. Students will have the ability to participate in online lectures 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Hands On Labs
Hands-on labs are a vital part of AEMT training. Advanced EMT's must be able to apply the knowledge they have learned in the classroom in order to save lives. At GaIEMS, we will help students develop hands-on skills by offering skill labs and simulation exercises based on real-life experiences in the field.
Field Clinical Training
Clinical training is often cited as being the best part of the course. Here, students will ride with an experienced preceptor that will introduce them to working in the field working with actual patients.
Featured Class: Traditional Advanced EMT Course
Georgia Institute of EMS Traditional Advanced EMT Program builds upon the EMT program preparing students for a challenging, yet rewarding, career in EMS. Our AEMT Traditional Program utilizes four core areas: In Class Learning, Hybrid / Online Learning, Hands On Labs, and In Field Clinical Learning.
The Traditional AEMT Class typically meets one to three nights a month on campus. Students are also required to set aside an additional days during the week for online participation. These days are typically scheduled around your schedule giving this program a great deal of flexibility.
This course will cover a total 150 to 200 hours of educational curriculum along with a minimum of 48 hours of clinical / EMS internships in the field.
Please note that class days and times can vary per class. Each class will have a published calendar available for students to review before signing up.
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Pay a Small Application Fee
Complete Admissions Application
Once you have completed your application fee, you will be taken to our Admissions Application Page.
Submit Required Documents
After you submit your Application, you will need to provide us with a copy of the following documents:
- High School Diploma or GED
- Driver's License
- EMT Certification / Course Completion
- CPR Certification
Pay Tuition or Apply for Financing
After we receive your Admissions Application, one of our Admissions Specialist will guide you through the financial process. We know that paying for school can be tough and that is why we have options available to help.
Ready to get started on your path to becoming an EMT / AEMT?
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