The EMR program is an expert-level program with the highest level of certification short of becoming an EMT.
The course provides a detailed and comprehensive approach for managing out-of-hospital medical emergencies prior to the arrival of EMS. The program offers more details, depth, and exposure to standard first aid training topics to provide richer and more advanced training in first aid. ASHI EMR meets and exceeds workplace first aid training requirements and satisfies the desire to learn more than just basic skills without the burdens associated with EMS provider certification.The following topics are covered in the EMR program:
To allow for success we exceed the minimum time requirements for this program (typically quoted as 42 to 48 hours) by offering the course as a 54-hour (typically, 9 six-hour sessions) program. Students should be prepared to put in a significant effort for this course. There is a 600+ page textbook, quizes on each of the above chapters, exams, written and practical final exams.
We offer both the initial 54-hour program (*66 hours with these supplemental topics) as well as the 18-hour biennial renewal training.
This course requires a recent BLS Provider certification as a pre-requisite. We provide this to EMR students at a discount if needed.
We offer this program with various scheduling options on-site for your company for four or more participants. Contact us for pricing and scheduling.