Accredited EMS Fire Training

Fire, EMS, and Law Enforcement Training

Since 1989, it has been our mission to provide high quality multi-disciplined training and education classes for the general public, Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, Doctors, Police Officers, Nurses, Fire Department’s, Business, Groups, individuals, Military and Life guards. Additionally all Facilitators must have a minimum of five years experience in their field to be able to join our family. We have proven our commitment to developing a comprehensive training facility that will provide continuing education to healthcare providers at all levels.

As a multi-disciplined training center, offering high caliber quality education classes will help us to achieve our mission, and the mission of each organization as well.

Accredited EMS – Fire Training, INC. has evolved from a small local training organization which has roots in Rocklin, Danville, Sacramento, Newport Beach, and El Dorado Hills, CA into a worldwide company which has provided a number of educational courses abroad.

Our Educational family is 100% dedicated to excellence, compassion, leadership, diversity, and team work in Emergency Services Training. This is directly achieved by giving each student hands on training with an individual facilitator. This training gives the students confidence to be able to provide the highest level of patient care and be able to complete any task in an emergency situation.

FIREFIGHTING

California State Fire Marshal

State Fire Marshal

NWCG

National Wildfire Coordinating Group

FI-110 – Wildland Fire Observations and Origin

FI-210 – Wildland Fire Origin and Cause Determination

FI-310 – Wildland Fire Investigation: Case Development

S-130 Firefighter Training

S-131 Firefighter Type 1 Training

S-190 – Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior

S-200 – Initial Attack Incident Commander

S-203 – Introduction to Incident Information

S-211 – Portable Pumps and Water Use

S-212 – Wildland Fire Chainsaws

S-215 – Fire Operations in the Wildland Urban Interface

S-219 – Firing Operations

S-230 – Crew Boss (Single Resource)

S-231 – Engine Boss (Single Resource)

S-236 – Heavy Equipment Boss

S-244 – Field Observer

S-270 Basic Air Operations

L-180 – Human Factors in The Wildland Fire Service

L-280 – Followership to Leadership

L-380 – Fireline Leadership

L-381 – Incident Leadership

L-480 – Organizational Leadership in Wildland Fire Service

L-481 – Advanced Leadership for Command and General Staff

L-580 – Leadership Is Action

D-110 – Expanded Dispatch Recorder

D-310 – Expanded Dispatch Support Dispatcher

D-311 – Initial Attack Dispatcher

D-312 – Aircraft Dispatcher

D-510 – Expanded Dispatch Supervisory Dispatcher

Ethical Leadership in the Classroom

Instructor I

Instructor II

Instructor III

 

Emergency medical services

INITIAL CLASS               REFRESHER CLASS

Education which emphasizes critical thinking skills to obtain the best outcomes for patients. NAEMT education programs are developed by collaborative teams of clinicians, EMS educators and medical directors.

Prepares EMS practitioners to respond to the unique challenges and needs of an older patient. The course aims to empower practitioners with geriatric specific training to help them improve the medical outcomes and quality of life for these patients.

SCHEDULE CLASS

Focusing on the care of sick and injured children, addressing a full spectrum of emergency illnesses, injuries and scenarios that an EMS practitioner might encounter.

SCHEDULE CLASS

Teaches the principles of Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) to non-EMS practitioners, including first responders, police officers, firefighters, rescue personnel and safety officers. It helps them prepare to care for trauma patients while serving as part of a transport team or awaiting a transport provider.

American Heart Association

American Red Cross

American Red Cross

Emergency Medical Responder

Emergency Medical Responder

 

[From the: National EMS Scope of Practice Model]

CPR-BLS for Healthcare Provider Instructor based class shall be completed.

Certification Process

Once the student has successfully passed the Psychomotor and Cognitive examinations the student will receive a Course Completion Certificate. This Course Completion Certificate is not an Emergency Medical Responder Certification.

Psychomotor Exam

The psychomotor exam provides a hands-on opportunity for you to demonstrate the skills you have learned in your Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) class. In order to pass the exam, you must meet a standard level of competency. The passing standard is defined by the ability to provide safe and effective entry level emergency medical care. California EMSA Skills Verification form.

Cognitive Exam

Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) cognitive exam is a 200 question written/essay/multiple choice exam. The exam will cover the entire spectrum of EMS care including: Airway, Respiration & Ventilation, Cardiology & Resuscitation; Trauma; Medical & Obstetrics/Gynecology; and EMS Operations. Items related to patient care are focused on adult and geriatric patients (85%) and pediatric patients (15%). In order to pass the exam, you must meet a standard level of competency. The passing standard is defined by the ability to provide safe and effective entry level emergency medical care.

Emergency Medical Technician

Emergency Medical Technician

The AEFT EMT Training Program fulfills the training requirements set forth by the State of California in Title 22 of the California Code of regulations Division 9, Chapter 2, for Emergency Medical Technician Basics.

Graduates of this program will be prepared to successfully complete the National Registry EMT-Basic Exam as the final step to obtaining EMT- Basic licensure in the State of California and working in a career on a BLS Ambulance, 911 Ambulance, Fire Department, Law Enforcement or a private company.

Job Placement Opportunities Immediately Available
Potential job placements for EMT graduates who have successfully completed the EMT Academy and obtained all required certifications will be contacted by varies businesses.

All classes are taught by Nurses (former Paramedics), Paramedics or Doctors who currently work in the field.

Course Content

  • Didactic lecture
  • Realistic emergency simulation training
  • Clinical ride alongs
  • Interactive participation

Additional Information

Pricing

$100 Application/Registration Fee (non Refundable)
$350 Course Material, ie uniform shirts, lab supplies, books (non refundable, Non returnable)
$150 Insurance
$1250 Tuition___________________
$1,850 TOTAL Payment plans can be established and 1% percent interest. Contact for
details.

Course Materials

Students

  • 3M Littmann Classic III Monitoring Stethoscope, Black Edition Chestpiece
  • ADC Diagnostix 700 Pocket Aneroid Sphygmomanometer with Adcuff Nylon Blood Pressure Cuff
  • Visit 5.11 Tactical for Boots, Pants, and Belts that will hold up to the demands of the course.

Course Format/Time

  • Through a comprehensive course schedule, AEFT accelerated EMT Training Program gets you prepared for state and national licensure in less time. 

  • Mastery of course topics and psychomotor skills can be completed in 18 days.  In total, 5 consecutive weeks from 8am to 6pm will provide 160 hours of didactic and skills training. 

  • Saturday classes are 12 hours 8am to 8pm. In addition, 24 hours of ambulance ride alongs will total of 180+ hours of comprehensive training. We will stay longer in class for those who need extra help on a case by case basis.

  • 3 ambulance ride along shifts will need to be completed towards the back end of the program. A total of 18 days for the entire EMT Program.  Due to national regulatory requirements for EMT training programs, missing more than 1 day of instruction will result in a failing grade for the course.

Prerequisites

DUE BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.

  •  Applicant must be at least 18 years of age
  •  Applicant must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent
  •  Applicant must possess a current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS card
    prior to the first day of class
  •  Current California Driver’s license
  •  Current Immunization Records for:
    • TB- Tuberculosis within 1 year
    • Tetanus within 10 years
    • MMR- Measles, Mumps, Rubella (childhood record OK)
    • Varicella Immunity
    • Hepatitis B- At least shot #1 in series
  •  Specific prerequisites may apply depending on the program selected
  •  Tuition and fees – Tuition tables for specific courses appear with the course descriptions later in this catalog. Tuition costs include: textbook and ebook, uniform shirts, and equipment/ diagnostic tools (I.E. stethoscope, penlight, eye protection, safety-shears). Students are also responsible for a background check, live scan, health insurance and additional uniform items (Black boots, Black EMS Belt, Navy EMS Pants). The fees in the tables in this catalog are effective Jan 1, 2017.
  •  Physical Considerations – EMT-B students must possess sufficient ability to: Lift at least 50
    lbs unassisted, stand, carry and balance on uneven terrain. Stoop, kneel, climb, crouch and
    crawl as needed to reach patients and safely remove and transport. Carry and utilize
    emergency medical equipment appropriately. Communicate verbally to patients, physicians,
    nurses and co-workers. Hear, understand and react quickly to verbal instructions and patient
    needs.

In addition, students must be able to travel to clinical and field sites as assigned and
work varying shifts and hours as assigned.

Accreditation

Anticipate completion by July 2019

BPPE Private Post-Secondary Approval, Educational Program EMT Basic

 
 

Additional Information

Course Materials

Students

  • EMT Skills Prep

Course Format/Time

  • Skills requires approximately 3 hours to complete.

Important Notes

  • EMT Skills Verification will also include the use of Narcan

    Please visit http://www.getnaloxonenow.org! New California Law training requirement for EMT’s and Law Enforcement. You will also receive hands on training during your EMT recertification class. Please complete the online training portion and print out your certification.

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Emergency Medical Technician Recertification – 24 Hours Continuing Education (California)

Please contact us to schedule a time and location that is convenient for you.

To be recertified as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in the State of California you must complete and submit the following:

Instructions for Current EMT or within six months of expiration:

  1. As of July 1, 2010 all EMTs recertifying are required to have a Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Live Scan background check.
  2. 24 hours of continuing education or an approved EMT refresher course (24 hours).
  3. Skills Competency Verification form, EMSA-SCV (08/10), with original signatures. This form must be the current 08/10 version to be accepted.
  4. Current and valid CPR for the Healthcare Provider card or equivalent.
  5. DOJ and FBI Live Scan Request Form BCII 8016 for an EMT that has not previously submitted to a Live Scan background request for certification or recertification as an EMT in the county you wish to work.

Instructions for EMT expired 6-12 months:

  1. All of the above.
  2. Additional 12 continuing education hours (36 total).

Instructions for EMT expired 12-24 months:

  1. All of the above.
  2. Additional 12 Continuing Education hours (48 total).
  3. Apply for and receive your National Registry EMT – Basic card.
  4. Submit to a DOJ and FBI Live Scan background check.

Instructions for EMT expired over 24 months:

  1. Complete an EMT Course.
  2. Apply for and receive your National Registry EMT – Basic card.
  3. Submit to a DOJ and FBI Live Scan background check.
  4. Follow Initial EMT process.

Course Content

  • Airway management
  • Basic life support skills, including effective chest compressions, use of a bag-mask device and use of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
  • Effective communication as a member and leader of a resuscitation
  • Effective Resuscitation Team Dynamics
  • Management of acute coronary syndromes (ACS) and stroke
  • Recognition and early management of respiratory and cardiac arrest
  • Related Pharmacology 

Law enforcement

Casualty Care

ACCREdited ems fire training specialties