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EMR Emergency Medical Responder 



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Job Description – Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)



60 clock hours

An Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) may function in the context of a
broader role, i.e., law enforcement, fire rescue or industrial response. With a
limited amount of equipment, the EMR answers emergency calls to provide
efficient and immediate care to ill and injured patients. After receiving
notification of an emergency, the EMR safely responds to the address or
location given, using the most expeditious route, depending on traffic and
weather conditions. The EMR must observe traffic ordinances and regulations
concerning emergency vehicle operation.


  • Functions in uncommon situations while remaining calm

  • Has a basic understanding of stress response and methods to ensure personal well‐being;

  • Has an understanding of body substance isolation

  • Understands basic medical‐legal principles;

  • Functions within the scope of care as defined by state, regional and .

  • local regulatory agencies;

  • Complies with regulations on the handling of the deceased,
    protection of property and evidence at the scene, while awaiting additional EMS resources.

Get Professional-Level Training
Did you know the Red Cross provides a training program based on the national EMS educational standards for an Emergency Medical Responder?
Emergency Medical Response is a dynamic 56-hour course featuring lecture, video, simulated emergency situations, discussion and hands-on skill practice based on the national EMS curriculum requirements and educational standards.

Nursing Assistant
Nursing Assistant Training

Job Description – Nursing Assistant Training


A certified nursing assistant, also known as a nurse assistant or CNA, provides health care for clients and patients at home, hospitals, and other facilities under the direction of a nurse. They often help people under their care perform day-to-day tasks and play a vital role in hospitals and other facilities.

100 Clock Hours


The Certified Nursing Assistant exam is made up of two sections.

One section is the written examination, and the other is the clinical skills test. IHT's Nurse Assistant Training Program helps students learn skills that will enable nursing assistants to provide quality care for residents in nursing homes, as well as supplemental information and skills that will enable graduates to provide quality health care for clients at home and patients in hospitals.

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American Heart Association Classes

CPR/BLS Instructor Class

BLS Basic Life Support, for healthcare providers

Heartsaver® First Aid CPR AED

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