Marlboro Hybrid Emergency Medical Technician Course
Course will commence on January 25, 2024 at 7:00 pm.
Approximately 1-2 weeks prior to the start date there will be a virtual orientation session to cover the class requirements and ensure all students are prepared to enroll in this intensive course.
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Classes will run Thursdays from 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm and
Saturdays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Course end date is April 13, 2023.
**ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY AT ALL SESSIONS.**
Cost of the course is $2200 which includes text book, online access and fees or a valid NJ Training Fund Form and $400 for online access and text book.
All students must register on our site under register for a course. Once your application is received, you will be contacted with further information.
Students must be 16 years old at the start of class.
A current CPR Card is a pre-requisite for this course. Students must email their CPR certification prior to the start of the class to firstname.lastname@example.org. See the Frequently Asked Questions section below for the current list of accepted NJ OEMS CPR courses.
If you are using an eligible training fund form it must be an original form that is typed and signed by your officer in BLUE INK ONLY.
All students must have internet access for the online component of this class and have an internet connected device, ie a tablet or laptop, that can be brought to the class. Cellphones cannot be used for course work/classwork.
This program requires that students complete a majority of their work independently online. Material is reinforced in the classroom along with all of the required practical skills.
THIS COURSE IS NOT OFFERED ON A PRORATED BASIS. STUDENTS MUST PAY IN FULL. IF A STUDENT IS NOT SUCCESSFUL IN PASSING ALL OF THE COGNITIVE OR PSYCHMOTOR EVALUATIONS, THEY FORFEIT THEIR TUITION MONEY. WE DO NOT REFUND ANY TUITION BASED ON A STUDENT NOT BEING ABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE PSYCHMOTOR OR COGNITIVE EVALUATIONS. IF A STUDENT LEAVES THE COURSE OF THEIR OWN ACCORD THEY ARE NOT ENTITLED TO A REFUND FOR ANY REASON. IF A STUDENT IS BEING SPONSORED BY A SQUAD/AGENCY AND DOES NOT SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE COURSE OR LEAVES THE COURSE OF THEIR OWN ACCORD REIMBURSEMENT TO THEIR SQUAD/AGENCY IS THE STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY. SAFE-T WILL NOT REIMBURSE THE SQUAD/AGENCY. IT IS THE STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY TO GIVE 100% TO THIS CLASS AND PASS ALL COGNITIVE AND PSYCHOMOTOR EXAMS.
Once you successfully complete our EMT program we will mark you as eligible for certification testing. You will register for the exam through NREMT’s website. The NREMT exam currently costs are approximately $100-$110 per attempt. For candidates paying for class through the NJ Training Fund, your initial attempt is also paid by the NJ Training Fund. Subsequent attempts are not covered. You must be present on the date you select, or you will be charged for any changes in dates or no-shows. There are no exceptions to these rules.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Where are classes held?
Classes are held at the Marlboro First Aid Squad located at 140 Wyncrest Road, Marlboro, NJ(Corner of Wyncrest Rd and Stone Lane). You cannot be more than 15 minutes late to any class session per state regulations so please make sure you plan accordingly.
How old must you be to become an EMT?
State regulations require you to be 16 years old prior to the first day of class – no exceptions.
Does this course require a lot of outside class work?
This course requires a lot of reading and studying. Students read an average of 200 pages of material per week. So, in addition to class time, please make sure you have enough time on non-class days to study. You are required to complete a 10 hour clinical rotation in a hospital emergency department. SAFE-T has an agreement with Bayshore Medical Center for student clinical rotations.
Do I need a computer for this course?
Our textbook, some lectures, and all chapter quizzes are all online. Access to the internet via laptop, tablet, or similar device will be needed for you to complete all of your work.
What is the difference between your traditional and hybrid course?
Traditional courses give students lectures and hands on skills sessions. Hybrid training provides skills sessions only meaning the hybrid student must be highly motivated to complete all reading and explore concepts individually to ensure comprehension. Our course site does conduct a micro-topic review of most lectures to enhance the student's learning. You can expect to spend 10-15 hours per week doing online work and reading.
Do you make accommodations for students with disabilities or English as a second language learners?
If you have had an IEP written in the last 5 years that specifies you should have extended testing time, you will have one and half times the allotted time to take written exams including the state exam. The state does expect students to be proficient in English to be effective EMT’s. Please contact us for all other ADA related questions so that we may best assist you individually in determining what accommodations we may be able to provide.
What type of CPR card is a pre-requisite?
American Heart Association – BLS Provider
American Red Cross – Professional Rescuer or Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED
American Safety & Health Institute – Professional Rescuer/BLS Provider
AAOS/ACEP Emergency Care & Safety Institute – Healthcare Provider
National Safety Council – Basic Life Support: Healthcare & Professional
Military Training Network – Professional Rescuer
EMS Safety – BLS for Heathcare Providers Professional
American Acquatics and Safety Training – CPR/AED
Refund Reimbursement Policy:
Ten or more days prior to the start of class 100% refund minus $30 administration fee
Less than 10 days prior to the start of class 50% refund minus $30 administration fee
NO refunds issued on or after the start of class
ONCE THE BOOK ONLINE COURSE CODE IS ACTIVATED THERE ARE NO REFUNDS ON THE BOOK