RAPID EMT ACADEMY
                                                                                                                        
11116 South Towne Square Suite 103
St. Louis, MO 63123
314-329-6727

 Enroll Today! Our next 4 week EMT-B class begins January 2, 2017.  The next 10 week class begins January 9, 2017.  We also offer ACLS and PALS Certification and Recertification and EMT-B CEU'S and relicensure.

         "There is nothing more rewarding than saving a life." 

STATE ACCREDITED EMT PROGRAM THROUGH MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SENIOR SERVICES BUREAU OF EMERGENCY SERVICES

WELCOME TO RAPID EMT ACADEMY


Rapid EMT Academy is an accredited training entity through the state of Missouri.  We provide training and education in pre-hospital emergency medicine.  Here at Rapid EMT we offer exceptional Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)training along with CPR certification.  We offer a 4 week course and a 10 week course.  Our 4 week course is held Monday-Friday 9am-3pm and our 10 week course is held Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings 6pm-10pm.

  • Get hands on training from day one.
  • Receive all necessary material with tuition including CPR certification.
  • Become certified and be working in the field gaining more experience in less than half the time and money of the typical program.

Be part of one of the greatest professions in the country.  According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, jobs for Emergency Medical Technician's (EMT's) are projected to grow faster than any other profession between now and 2020.  Experts expect a 33% growth rate for EMT's.  This dramatic increase could be attributed to an expansion in health care related jobs due to the aging baby boomer population.

Our experienced instructors are dedicated to making sure you develop the skills required to operate efficiently with confidence in any emergency encountered and will prepare you for the State and NREMT Exams.  You will receive 120 hours of classroom instruction with up to date equipment in a comfortable learning environment and a minimum of 40 hours clinical time, which consist of two ER rotations and two ALS ride alongs.

Upon successful completion of this program, all students will be eligible to take the State and National Registry Exams.

  • Age Requirement: Students must be 18 years of age and have a High School Diploma or GED in order to take the State and NREMT Exams.  Students must also have a satisfactory drug test and background check prior to clinicals along with an updated immunization record.

Give us a call today and get a head start on your training in this exciting career.  We are here to answer any questions or concerns you may have.                       

CONTACT US AT 314-329-6727