The Bulverde Spring Branch Centre for Emergency Health Sciences (BSBcEHS) is offering an approved Texas Department of State Health Services EMT-B initial training course. This course is a hybrid-online program, affording the student the upmost in schedule flexibility coupled with superior sessions. BSBcEHS prides itself on our innovative and dynamic instruction focused on student success. Students will participate in both a virtual and actual classroom, in addition to practical lab and clinical experiences. The virtual classroom is facilitated through a learning management system located on the internet. Students must have computer access with email and internet. The virtual classroom is comprised of online activities such as discussion boards, online research, wikis and quizzes monitored by a certified educator with a masters degree in distance learning. The face-to-face classroom time is programmed to blend the cognitive (book work) with the psychomotor (hands-on) and affective (personal development) learning processes together in a fast-paced but fun environment full of activities and practice. Successful students are self-motivated, vested in their learning process and have a genuine interest in becoming an EMT.
Course Schedule: June 23—November 6, 2012
Tuition includes: textbooks, uniform shirt, CPR certification, validated comprehensive computer based exams in our testing centered, cadaver lab, first attempt NREMT exam voucher and interactive NREMT study guide — over $300 value. Students are responsible for the TDSHS Criminal History check & certification fees, uniform pants & boots and provide evidence of required immunizations and high school diploma (or equivalent).
$200 Deposit is required upon enrollment, payment plans are available by contacting our bursars office
Space is limited, register TODAY
Bulverde Spring Branch Centre for Emergency Health Sciences
Now that you have enrolled, now what???
First and foremost, you should begin to shore up your personal loose ends -- if you have business, other studies, hobbies or committments that need attention NOW is the time to make them ready for you to invest upwards of 12 hours a week dedicated to your studies for the next 20 weeks.
Second, you should varify that you have a plan to access the internet no fewer than 3 times a week and email at least every other day. A large majority of your course work is done ONLINE and we will communicate officially via email. If you use/prefer Apple products be aware that you will have some Windows based videos and activities that may not operate well on your device.
Third, you can begin to gather your course requirements, such as immunization records, and high school diploma (or equivalent). We will complete your registration forms on our first day of class.
Requisite Immunizations for EMT class:
1. TB Skin Test (negative) after December 1, 2011. Persons with previous exposure or positive tests should contact BSB for additional information.
2. Hepatitis B Vaccine (3 doses or immuity titer). Persons who have not completed the series may be limited in their clinical experiences.
3. Measels, Mumps, Rubella vaccine (2 doses or immunity titer)
4. Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine (2 doses or immunity titer or physician documentation of disease)
5. Td or Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccine within the last 9 years.
* Influenza Vaccine is required at many of our facilities during flu season.
Class start date adjusted May 11th, but don't let a change make you shy away from this program -- the change was made to make this class even BETTER! Space is limited so sign up TODAY!!!