The Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) accelerated course offers an introduction to healthcare education for those intending to apply to the Primary Care Paramedic program or challenge provincial licensing examinations to seek employment. The EMR curriculum contains foundational education in anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology. Current best practices in trauma life-support and treatment guidelines form an experiential, 56 hour course led by skilled paramedic field practitioners focusing on the development of the learner to attain core-competencies as defined by the Paramedic Association of Canada (PAC) . Provincially-licensed EMR graduates are employed within areas including: ambulance services; fire departments; industrial projects; life guarding and ski-patrol.
You will be asked to provide PROOF of previous training or certification deemed acceptable for enrollment into PARA-1051 on the first day of class. Without it you will not be allowed to proceed into the class. Click link below to access the PARA-1051 EMR Accelerated web page for full listing of prerequisites.