EMT Program

Course Description

The course will cover patient assessment, patient care, use of equipment, medical conditions, traumatic injuries, and the emergency medical system. Upon successful completion of this course students will be eligible to sit for the Missouri practical and the National Registry written exam.  See below for a complete description of the profession.

Follow the steps below to register for the course.  You will be contacted once your registration has been received.  You should begin to gather all the required paperwork to complete your application.  Textbooks and clinical equipment must be purchased before class. Some Saturday sessions are required.

Please note:  Please pay close attention to ALL deadlines, including both paperwork and tuition.  Failure to meet these deadlines will result in removal from the process and an additional registration fee to continue.

Tuition Fee:  $1550

  • Due by posted individual class “Registration Deadline”

Course Fees $550 (includes):

  • Professional Liability Insurance (while enrolled)
  • Lab & Technology
  • Clinical & Test Prep
  • Cadaver Lab
  • Polo Shirt
  • Parking Pass

Steps to Register For EMT Class

  1. Register online below and pay $150 non-refundable registration fee to secure your seat in class!  You can also register by phone at 636-387-6200.
  2. January 8, 2018 .  Meets Tues & Thur from 6 pm – 10 pm.
    • Register for this class here.
    • The first day is Orientation and mandatory.  Missing the first day will count as an absence.
    • An additional day may be required for the cadaver lab.  Details will be provided during class.
    • Registration ends & remaining tuition due: December 21, 2017

    February 5, 2018 .  Meets Tues & Thur from 9 am – 1 pm.

    • Register for this class here.
    • The first day is Orientation and mandatory.  Missing the first day will count as an absence.
    • An additional day may be required for the cadaver lab.  Details will be provided during class.
    • Registration ends & remaining tuition due: :  January 22, 2018
  3. Respond Right EMT Application:
  4. Buy your Textbooks here.
    1. Your required textbooks are:
      1. Prehospital Emergency Care, Tenth Edition Textbook, MyBradylab with Pearson eText — Access Card, AND Workbook
      2. Use this Promo code when completing your checkout to receive your RREMSA 20% School Discount: BRADY20
    2. Click this link to purchase your book package:  PACKAGE ISBN-9780134206356
    3. You MUST have these books when you arrive at orientation
  5. Submit one letter of recommendation.
  6. Background checks
    1. You must complete  the Criminal Background Check below:
      1. Mo Criminal Records
        1. Click on ‘Request A Search‘ and complete the information.
        2. Send a copy of this to us at: info@respondright.com
        3. This must be completed BEFORE the first night of class
  7. AHA BLS Healthcare Provider CPR Class. This must be completed BEFORE the EMT course begins. Register and pay for the CPR class here.
  8. Drug Screening.  You  must complete your drug screening at our partner lab, Any Lab Test Now.  Instructions are located here on how to complete your drug screen.
  9. Social Security card.
  10. Minimum 18 years old. Must have proof of age:  State or Federal photo identification, drivers license, birth certificate, State ID.
  11. Proof of High School Diploma or GED.
  12. Proof of Health Insurance.
  13. Documentation of a physical exam. This general physical exam needs to be performed by a MD or DO within the last 12 months.
  14. Documentation of Vaccinations/Shot Records. You must have the following: MMR or Antibody Titer Test, T-Dap, Flu shot (within season), Hepatitis B Vaccination and Negative PPD in the last 12 months.
  15. Prepare for class.  During orientation there may be additional supplies your instructor requests you have for class.  Orientation is mandatory.


  • BYOD – Bring Your Own Device to class.  This can be a laptop or tablet.
  • Access to high speed internet for course work and communication
  • Reliable transportation for travel to/from class and clinical and field internship.
  • Must maintain a high degree of professionalism both in and out of the classroom.
  • Must maintain a high level of hygiene and grooming.
  • Must be able to read and comprehend at a college level.

Pre-requisites for the class:  Extra Fees Apply

  • AHA BLS CPR Course – $86.19 (Includes e-book and 2 year course completion card)
  • Drug Screening – $39
  • Background Check – $19
  • Clinical Equipment & Books
    • Stethoscope – $20
    • Blood pressure cuff – $15
    • Pen light – $8
    • Books – $303 (This price does not include the 20% discount)

Advanced Placement / Prior Learning Experience

This program does not offer advanced placement or credit for prior learning experience.

Description of the Profession

The Emergency Medical Technician’s scope of practice includes basic skills focused on the acute management and transportation of critical and emergent patients. This may occur at an emergency scene until transportation resources arrive, from an emergency scene to a health care facility, between health care facilities, or in other health care settings.

In many communities Emergency Medical Technicians provide a large portion of the out-of-hospital care. In some jurisdictions, especially rural areas, Emergency Medical Technicians provide the highest level of out-of-hospital care. Emergency Medical Technicians work alongside other EMS and health care professionals as an integral part of the emergency care team.

Emergency Medical Technicians’ scope of practice includes basic, non-invasive interventions to reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with acute out-of-hospital medical and traumatic emergencies. Emergency care is based on assessment findings.

Additionally, Emergency Medical Technicians provide care to minimize secondary injury and provide comfort to the patient and family while transporting the patient to an emergency care facility.

An Emergency Medical Technician’s knowledge, skills, and abilities are acquired through formal education and training. The Emergency Medical Technician has the knowledge of, and is expected to be competent in, all of the skills of the EMR. A major difference between the Emergency Medical Responder and the Emergency Medical Technician is the knowledge and skills necessary to provide medical transportation of emergency patients.

The Emergency Medical Technician level is the minimum licensure level for personnel transporting patients in ambulances. The scope of practice is limited to basic skills that are effective and can be performed safely in an out-of-hospital setting with medical oversight and limited training.

The Emergency Medical Technician transports all emergency patients to an appropriate medical facility. The Emergency Medical Technician is not prepared to make decisions independently regarding the appropriate disposition of patients. The Emergency Medical Technician serves as part of an EMS response system, assuring a progressive increase in the level of assessment and care. The Emergency Medical Technician may make destination decisions in collaboration with medical oversight. The principal disposition of the patient encounter will result in the direct delivery of the patient to an acute care facility.

Email info@respondright.com or call 636-387-6200 to register Today!  Seats are limited.

Additional 5.11 Tactical EMT Pants and polos can be purchased Respond Right EMS Academy.

If you have any questions, feel free to call us at 636-387-6200

**Note – NREMT Written Test, Missouri State Practical, and Licensure fees are NOT included.

**Classes must have a 12 student minimum to make enrollment. You will be notified within 7 working days of the scheduled class if enrollment has not been met.