What are you doing in 2019? What about training to save lives as an EMT? Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) respond to emergency calls, perform medical services, and transport patients to medical facilities, caring for sick and injured people in emergency settings. People’s lives depend on their quick reactions and competent, sometimes life-saving care.
No previous healthcare experience is necessary to enter our training courses. Check out the information below to view course prerequisites. If you have questions about how to get started, call us at American Health Education, or visit our open house on May 4.
AHE has an articulation agreement for the EMT-Basic program with South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium (The Academy). The Academy operates under a Joint Powers Agreement with nine community colleges and certifies training in law enforcement, fire services, emergency medical training, dispatch and more. AHE students are provided the option during the application process to register with The Academy to obtain three (3) college credits for successful completion of the EMT-Basic Program.
Tour the facility, get an overview of our programs, talk to staff, see ambulance demonstrations, and learn why EMT’s are in demand now more than ever!
Stay for a snack and enter our raffle–we'll be giving away discounts on our programs and more. Students who register during our event will have the $75 registration fee waived! Fill out the form below to RSVP.
Train to become an EMT in as little as one month with American Health Education (AHE), located off Highway 580 in Dublin, California. We offer weekday and weekend programs to work with your schedule. Imagine, starting an exciting new career in just a few months!
Come and ask them in person! Our Program Director, Chris Seymour, is available Fridays, between 10am-2 pm, to provide the answers you need. Walk-ins welcome, or call us at 800-483-3615 to make an appointment.
Put your passion for helping others to work. Train to save lives with American Health Education.
Why take Basic Initial EMT training?The certification prepares students to work as:
Emergency room technicians
And is preparation for:
EMT pre-requisite video
A growing field
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs for EMTs are expected to grow by 23% through 2022, a rate significantly faster than most occupations in the U.S.
High school diploma or equivalent
Valid ID card
Proof of immunizations
Background check/drug test
AHA BLS certification
AHE provides the highest level of quality education, preparing students with the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to excel as an EMT. The program includes National Registry skills testing, basic life support, and externship placement to one of our contracted providers, including NORCAL Ambulance.