Our hybrid online course will prepare you to take the National Registry of EMTs written examination. Students will complete an intense online lecture program and will travel to our headquarters in Jerusalem for approximately 60 hours of practical skills training. Upon completion the students will take the psychomotor examination administered by United Hatzalah . The United Hatzalah psychomotor exam meets the standards required by the NREMT. The NREMT written exam will be offered at the Pearson Vue testing center in Ramat Gan, Israel.
Students will be using Jones & Bartlett Learning Management System (LMS). Instruction for our Hybrid EMT course is delivered through media (PowerPoints, videos, links, and audio technology) via the Internet. Our course has a weekly online discussion board and live chat feature for enhanced interaction between the instructors and students. Included in the LMS is the E-book Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured 11th Edition.
Q: Is a hybrid course easier than the traditional face to face class?A: You will find that taking a hybrid learning is academically challenging because most of the work is done on an independent basis. This requires a major time commitment to read print materials, become familiar with audio-visuals, prepare assignments, complete projects, and take examinations. The amount of time will vary depending on each students learning level. Students can spend extra time studying on each section and reviewing information as needed.
Q: What is the cost of the Hybrid EMT Program?A: The cost for the online hybrid program is $1500. This only includes the course cost and access code for the e-book.
Q: When and where is the mandatory course orientation?A: It will be held on Monday, December 11th, 2017 at 6:00 PM at the United Hatzalah Headquarters, 78 Yirmiyahu Street, Jerusalem.
Q: What should I do if I have additional questions?A: Please come to the orientation event or contact at email@example.com