Jan 2, 2024 - Jan 20, 2024
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are the
foundation of pre-hospital medical care in the United States. EMTs gain
access to and assess patients, control bleeds, stabilize fractures,
administer some medications, package patients and deliver them to higher
levels of care. Aerie's EMT course prepares our students for this field
with in-depth, interactive lectures and realistic, challenging
scenarios. This course is offered for 5 University of Montana credits
for an additional $155 fee paid directly to the university.Schedule:
Week 1: Tuesday through Friday, 8am to 6pm each day.
Weeks 2 & 3: Monday through Friday, 8am to 6pm each day.
Class will be in session on Monday, January 15th on Martin Luther King Jr Day.
Saturday, January 20th is scheduled as the practical examination day no other class sessions are planned over the weekends.
Location: Missoula, MT. Missoula College (1205 E Broadway St, Missoula, MT 59802), exact classroom number TDB.
This tuition includes the practical EMT test fees and most course
supplies. A deposit of $1,000 is due at the time of registration. Aerie
accepts alternate sources of funding such as AmeriCorps, G.I. Bill® and
we do offer payment plans.
Room and board are not available
through Aerie for this course. However, for those looking for more
information about Missoula and some potential accommodations, please see
this Welcome To Missoula document
are required to obtain the EMT textbook used for this course. It can be
new, used, PDF or rented and the accompanying workbook is up to you but
it is not required by Aerie Backcountry Medicine.
"Prehospital Emergency Care (11 Edition)"- Joseph Mistovich.
Important Note: Students should not use previous versions of this textbook as critical curriculum items are medically outdated.
course can be intense and requires preparation before the first day. We
encourage to get their textbook as often as possible and begin reading
the first several chapters of the text. Those sections will still be
covered in class, however, starting these sections will improve student
Students must be 18 years of age or older by the
completion of class; younger students may take the class with prior
written approval but must be 18 within two years of course completion to
take the National Registry exams.
Aerie Backcountry Medicine
works diligently to have our students complete supplementary clinical
observations as part of this educational process. These opportunities
are limited to the varied availability of our clinical sites (local
ambulance, fire department, and hospitals). This document contains more detailed information about the immunization & records
.This document contains detailed information and how-to steps for obtaining your Self-Query results
information packet with all the course details will be emailed to every
student before the course begins. Please be sure that your email is
current and working. Be advised that this packet is sent from our
database and does have a tendency to go to the junk or spam folder. Be
sure to check both places if your packet is not in your inbox.
you have any questions for concerns, please feel free to contact Aerie
Backcountry Medicine at 406-542-9972 or email@example.com