LEARN HOW TO BECOME AN EMT
These are the steps you will need to follow to apply for and be accepted into the CSRIPS EMT training program.
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MARTIN COUNTY CLASS SCHEDULES
800 SE Monterey Road
Stuart, Florida 34994
EMT CLASS SCHEDULES
TUITION AND FEES
BECOMING A FLORIDA EMT
Deciding to enroll at the Coral Springs Regional Institute of Public Safety to pursue your dream of becoming a Firefighter/EMT/Paramedic in the State of Florida is a huge step. It can be an overwhelming journey if not planned out properly. To help you succeed we will provide information on a career path that may work best for you. We offer all the required courses that you will need in order to become a successful candidate for a position as a Firefighter in Florida. Most agencies located in the South East (Broward, Dade & Palm Beach) will require candidates to be Firefighter/Paramedic certified as a minimum however other regions will hire Firefighter/EMT’s or just Firefighters. This means that you will need to complete EMT, Paramedic and Firefighter I & II and become State certified in all three courses. This can be accomplished at CSRIPS. Now you need to decide whether to start with the medical courses, EMT and then Paramedic, or the Fire course, Firefighter I & II. The information we provide can help you determine which will be best for you. Please review each course to assist with making the best decision for you to be successful, remember this process can take up to two (2) years to complete. Good Luck!
FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW
PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY
Acceptance into the CSRIPS EMT program is a first come first serve process. Only students that have a fully completed application, including application fee, will proceed in the application process. If your application is not complete in any way, your application will not be reviewed and will not be accepted.
If you are a returning student, please read this carefully. When you apply, please enter your name and email that is currently on record. Once you do that, you will be presented a screen that will direct you to your email for a personalized link to complete your application. Do NOT share this link with anyone. This is your personal information. When you click on the provided link, your application will appear and the information in your student record will be automatically populated. Do NOT create a new student record if you are a current student with us. Duplicate records may cause you to be removed from the program.
Background checks are a hospital requirement for all clinical rotations and are not conducted until after acceptance into the program but prior to the scheduling of rotations. Should you have any arrests or convictions, please contact the office to discuss your situation.
The hospitals mandate that each student pass the same background check as hospital employees; a Level 2 background check.
- Level 1 generally refers to a state only name based check AND an employment history check.
- Level 2 generally refers to a state and national fingerprint based check and consideration of disqualifying offenses, and applies to those designated by law as holding positions of responsibility or trust. Typically, a Level 2 Background Check covers search of fingerprint-based information, national criminal history records, as well as county criminal records.
The 10 panel drug screening is also a hospital requirement for all clinical rotations and is not conducted until after acceptance into the program but prior to the scheduling of rotations. Should you have any questions about the drug screening process, please contact the office for more information.
SUMMER TERM ONLY! MANDATORY EXTERNSHIP DAY!
This is only for students that applied for and are accepted into the summer 2020 EMT program at the Main Campus!
Externships are a major component of the EMT program. With the addition of the Complio process and for the benefit of the students, there is a mandatory Externship Day for all EMT students registered for the Main Campus. Please be advised that attendance will be taken and this is part of the 306 hour program.
Summer Term: June 23 @ 9am
Complio, Fisdap, Clinicals and Ride Times will all be covered. You will be advised of what to bring and dress attire upon being accepted into the program.