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SOLO Southeast at NOC offers the highest quality emergency and rescue courses. Our courses are fast-paced, fun, and packed with hands-on training. We'll teach you how to problem solve in the worst situations and give you the confidence to make the best decisions.
SOLO Southeast’s intensive EMT-B program is designed to offer students a streamlined pathway into the world of Emergency Medical Services (EMS). The course is fast-paced and taught by our most senior instructors. Students spend three weeks learning anatomy, patient assessment, life-saving medical interventions, and pre-hospital patient care. These topics are presented in lectures, hands-on labs, and textbook readings. Assessment is conducted through physical skill sign-offs and written exams and quizzes.
This 4-week course carries students through the full EMT program then adds the Wilderness Module to help students translate their skills into remote settings and challenging conditions. Students learn wilderness-specific protocols and rescue techniques.
The Wilderness Module is for medical professionals who want to learn how to provide high quality patient care in remote locations and challenging situations. This course will focus on advanced backcountry skills and updating you on protocol changes since your last wilderness certification. We rotate through a number of topic from year to year so participants can constantly expand their knowledge.
Are you a Healthcare Professional with a current WEMT or WFR? Want to acquire advanced skills, learn the latest protocols, and delve into advanced topics? The 3-Day course will focus on advanced backcountry skills and updating you on protocol changes since your last wilderness certification. We rotate through a number of topic from year to year so participants can constantly expand their knowledge.
Designed for EMTs who need continuing education to maintain their NREMT certification. Students will complete the 20-hour national component for recertification. BLS CPR is part of this class. Those who hold a WEMT certification can renew the wilderness component by adding the WFR Recertification course to their booking.