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16 Arkansas EMT Training Programs
Arkansas Northeastern College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic







Location: Burdette (Highway 148 and Interstate 55, Burdette, AR 72321); Paragould (1032 West Kings Highway, Paragould, AR 72451)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Arkansas Northeastern College offers EMT training at the Basic and Paramedic levels. Both of these programs are accredited by the CAAHEP and can lead to EMT licensure in the state of Arkansas.
The EMT Basic program can be completed in one semester and is offered in both the Fall and Spring semesters. Training will include an internship that consists of 48 hours in the emergency room and 24 hours with an ambulance service. The total projected cost of this program is $1,188.
The EMT Paramedic program is a 12 month program that builds on the foundation of EMT Basic training and focuses on Advanced Life Support. It is a total of 46 credit hours and the total projected cost of the program is $4,337.



Arkansas State University - Beebe

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Searcy (PO Box 909, Searcy, AR 72144)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Arkansas State University offers EMT training at the Paramedic level that will lead to an Associate of Applied Science Degree. This program includes 1200 hours of classroom instruction, as well as clinical rotations and Advanced Life Support internship. Students will gain 240 hours of classroom instruction that will be completed in the first, second and summer semester. 300 hours of clinical rotations will be completed over two semesters. Once students complete this program, they will have a total of 60 credit hours.
ASU also offers an EMT Basic program. This program must be completed, and licensure be obtained, before students may apply for the EMT Paramedic program. The EMT Basic program is 15 credit hours and includes classroom instruction as well as a clinical rotation.



Arkansas State University - Mountain Home

Programs Offered: Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Mountain Home (1600 South College Street, Mountain Home, AR 72653)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Arkansas State University offers an Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic and a certificate in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic. Students who successfully complete each program will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Examination for EMTs to gain state licensure in the state of Arkansas. Once students gain licensure they will be prepared to work in a pre-hospital setting and provide Advanced Life Support or Basic Life Support to ill or injured persons.
This AAS Degree Paramedic program includes a total of 65-72 credit hours and includes EMT courses as well as General Education courses, and an internship. This program costs a total of $7644. The EMT Basic program includes 7 hours and costs a total of $1,257. The EMT Paramedic certificate program is a total of 47 credit hours and costs $5,826.



Black River Technical College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Paragould (1410 Hwy 304 East, Pocahontas, AR 72455)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

The EMT Paramedic program at Black River Technical College can lead to certification or an Associate of Applied Science Degree. The Paramedic certificate program is a total of five semesters and includes classroom training, lab training, clinical rotations and a field internship. This program is approximately 50 credit hours.
The AAS degree program includes all of the training involved in the certificate program, as well as General Education courses. This program takes 7 semesters to complete and is approximately 70 credit hours.
Students who successfully complete each program will be eligible to sit for the National Registry of EMT Paramedic exam to gain state and national licensure.



East Arkansas Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Forrest City (1700 Newcastle Road, Forrest City, AR 72335)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

East Arkansas Community College offers EMT training programs at the Basic and Paramedic levels. Students can obtain a certificate in EMT Basic and Paramedic and an AAS Degree in EMT Paramedic. Both programs are accredited by the CAAHEP and can lead to licensure in the state of Arkansas.
The EMT Basic program is 7 credit hours and takes 1 semester to complete. For those who live in the county, this program only costs $483. Students will be trained in Basic Life Support.
The EMT Paramedic program is an 18 month program. Students who apply for this program must have a current Arkansas EMT Basic and CPR Certifications. This program costs $69 per credit hour for those who live in the county. The certificate program is a total of 46 credit hours and the AAS Degree program is a total of 67 credit hours.



National Park Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Hot Springs (101 College Drive, Hot Springs, AR 71913)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

National Park Community College offers EMT training that can lead to certification in EMT Basic or an Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic.
EMT Basic training is the first step towards becoming a licensed and certified Paramedic. This program is 7 credit hours. Students will be trained to recognize, assess and treat ill or injured persons in emergency, pre-hospital settings. The EMT Paramedic program is a total of 1430 hours of instruction. This program will include classroom instruction, labs, clinical rotations and ambulance riding time. This program is approximately $7,000.
Upon successful completion of each program, students will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Examination to gain licensure at their respective levels.



North Arkansas College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Harrison (1515 Pioneer Drive, Harrison, AR 72601)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

North Arkansas College, located in Harrison, Arkansas, offers EMT training that leads to certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic, as well as an Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic.
The EMT Basic program is a total of 6 credit hours and can be completed in one semester. To apply for this program, students must be CPR certified upon acceptance. This program costs $336 for in-county students. Students will be trained in the classroom as well as participate in clinical rotations. 24 hours of emergency room learning, 24 hours of ambulance ride time and a minimum of 6 patients contact must be completed.
The AAS Degree Paramedic program is a two year program that prepares students for Arkansas licensure. The cost of this program is $73 for in-county students. Students will be trained in Advanced Life Support.



Northwest Arkansas Community College

Programs Offered: Certificate in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Bentonville (One College Drive, Bentonville, AR 72712)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

EMT training can be completed at both the Basic and Paramedic levels at Northwest Arkansas Community College.
The EMT Basic program is a total of 8 credit hours and can be completed in one semester. This program is a total of $935 for those who are in-district. This cost includes tuition, application fees, lab fees, textbooks and more.
The EMT Paramedic program costs a total of $4,696. This program can be completed over three semesters and is designed for those who are already EMT certified. The certificate program consists of 50 credit hours. Those who wish to obtain their AAS Degree must take an additional 27 credit hours in general education courses. Students will be trained in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support.



South Arkansas Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: El Dorado (300 S. West Ave, El Dorado, AR 71730)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Through South Arkansas Community College, students can gain EMT training that will lead to either certification at the Basic or Paramedic level, as well as an Associate of Applied Science Degree for EMT Paramedics.
The EMT Basic program is a total of 7 credit hours and is the initial step in gaining EMT Paramedic licensure and certification. The EMT Paramedic program that leads to certification takes three semesters to complete and is a total of 44 credit hours. The EMT Paramedic program that leads to an AAS Degree is a total of 71 credit hours and is the most advanced level of training for EMTs.
Upon successful completion of this program students will be eligible to sit for both state and national examinations to gain licensure as an EMT.



Southeast Arkansas College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic, EMT Intermediate and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Pine Bluff (1900 Hazel Street, Pine Bluff, AR 71603)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Southeast Arkansas College offers EMT training programs at every level. Each of these programs is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.
The EMT Basic program is the initial stage of training for students to become Paramedics. This is a one semester program.
The EMT Intermediate program is a total of 7 credit hours and is one semester long. The most advanced level of EMT training, EMT Paramedic, can lead to either certification or an Associate of Applied Science Degree. This program will prepare students to become licensed in the state of Arkansas as a Paramedic.
Upon successful completion of each program, students will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Examination to gain licensure at their respective levels.



University of Arkansas Community College At Hope

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Hope (2500 South Main, Hope, AR 71802)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

The University of Arkansas Community College At Hope offers EMT training at both the Basic and Paramedic levels. Basic training and Paramedic training both lead to a certificate of completion and prepare students to take the National Registry Examination to obtain licensure. Students may also continue education and gain an Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic.
The EMT Basic program is 7 credit hours and prepares students to perform Basic Life Support skills such as splinting, bandaging, dealing with trauma and more. The Paramedic program that leads to certification is a total of 42 credit hours. Students will be a part of classroom instruction, a field internship and clinical rotations. The AAS in Paramedic program includes all of the training in the certification program as well as 26 hours of general education courses.



University of Arkansas Community College Batesville

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Batesville (1005 White Dr, Batesville, AR 72503)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

The University Of Arkansas Community College Of Batesville offers a Certificate of Completion in both EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic. They also offer an Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic.
The tuition for EMT Basic training is $598 for in-district students, plus the cost of the program fees, books, uniforms and a criminal background check. This program is a total of 7 credit hours and can be completed in one semester. The EMT program that leads to certification is a total of 34 credit hours. The AAS Paramedic program includes all of the same training for the certificate program, plus an additional 27 hours of general education requirements. EMT Paramedic training builds on the foundation of EMT Basic and prepares students to perform Advanced Life Support. Classroom instruction, hospital clinical experiences and field internships are included in all programs.



University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Little Rock (4301 West Markham Street, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

The University of Arkansas For Medical Sciences offers EMT Basic training. This program will prepare students to provide Basic Life Support to ill or injured persons in an ambulance or other pre-hospital settings. Students who successfully complete this program will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Examination to gain state and national licensure as a Basic EMT.
Those who wish to continue in their training and education may also pursue certification in EMT Paramedic. This program is 46 credit hours and prepares students to perform Advanced Life Support. Students may also choose to take approximately 25-30 general education courses to receive an Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic.
Each program consists of a set number of hours of classroom instruction, clinical rotations and a field internship.



Arkansas State University - Newport

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic

Location: Jonesboro (5504 Krueger Drive, Jonesboro, AR 72401)

Arkansas State University, located in Jonesboro, Arkansas offers EMT training at the Basic level. This one semester program will lead to a certification of completion in EMT Basic training. Students will be trained in Basic Life Support skills that are necessary for emergency pre-hospital settings, such as an ambulance. Students will sit in on classroom instruction as well as clinical rotations. Once this program is successfully completed, students will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Examination of Emergency Medical Technicians at the Basic level. Once students have successfully passed the exam, they will be awarded EMT Basic licensure in the state of Alaska. This is a 10 credit hour program that includes courses in Pre-Hospital, Trauma Management, Medical Emergencies & Transport and a Clinical Rotation/Lab.



Mid-South Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic

Location: West Memphis (2000 West Broadway, West Memphis, AR 72301)

Mid-South Community College offers EMT training at the Basic level. This program will lead to a certificate of completion once the student successfully completes the program. Students in this program will be trained to provide basic life support to ill or injured persons who are in pre-hospital emergency settings. Upon successful completion of this program, students will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Examination where they may obtain licensure as an EMT in the state of Arkansas. This is a ten credit hour program. Students who complete this program and pass the NREMT will be qualified to work for a private ambulance service, fire departments, hospitals, volunteer services and/or ancillary care.



Ozarka College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic

Location: Melbourne (218 College Drive, Melbourne, AR 72556)

Students who successfully complete EMT training at Ozarka College in Melbourne, AR, will be awarded a Certificate of Completion in EMT Basic. This is a 7 credit hour program that can be completed in 5 months. The tuition for the program is $600. Books and Digital Resources for this program cost $250.
In this program, students will be trained in entry-level emergency care. Upon completion of this program they will be qualified to work with ill or injured persons who are in emergency pre-hospital settings. Once students have successfully completed the program, they will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Examination for Emergency Medical Technicians so that they may gain licensure as an EMT Basic in the state of Arkansas.



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