What can the AEMT do above the EMT? 
Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT)           

*220 hour Traditional Program:   

  • START DATE:  August 21, 2024

  • END DATE:    November 1, 2024

  • LOCATION:    Savannah    

  • CLASS DAYS:  Every 3rd Day  (not weekend)

  • CLASS TIMES9:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Instructor:    Anna Anderson

  • EMS & Hospital Clinical Rotations: Varies – 48 hours

  • National Registry Exam: Upon successful completion

  • Sample Schedule

* The "Traditional A-EMT Program" is classroom based, instructor driven, education with some computer/internet requirement outside the classroom environment. It meets every third day. This program requires some internet access but is more individual/instructor oriented and supervised. This AEMT  program utilizes the latest "best practices" and educational tools/methods to deliver a state approved program, meeting all national EMS education standards, to develop and prepare the Advanced EMT to deliver the best medicine possible within the AEMT Scope of Practice.


Prerequisite - EMT              

AEMT Education Standards

Scope of Practice Model

EMS Education Standards

National EMS Core Content


Entry Requirements

Individuals applying for Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (NRAEMT) certification must meet the following requirements:

  • 18 years of age or older.

  • Possess current National Certification at the EMT level or a current state license at the EMT level or higher.

  • Successful completion of a state-approved Advanced Emergency Medical Technician course that meets or exceeds the National EMS Education Standards for the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician. You must have completed the course within the past two years. Your Program Director must verify your successful completion of the course on the NREMT website.

    If your initial Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) educational program was completed more than two years ago and you are currently state licensed at the AEMT level, you must submit documentation verifying completion of a state-approved AEMT refresher course or 36 hours of equivalent continuing education covering the mandatory and flexible core content topics specified within the past two years. If you are not currently state licensed as an AEMT and it has been more than two years from the completion of your AEMT course, you must complete an entire state-approved AEMT course prior to applying for National Certification.

  • • Verification from the Program Director that you hold a current CPR-BLS for Healthcare Providers or equivalent credential and have demonstrated competence in Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) skills.

  • More NR-AEMT Information..






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