AEMT – 16 Week
The AEMT course is 16-week class with three scheduled onsite lab sessions designed for EMT students who wish to advance to the AEMT level. Interested students must have a current state or NR AEMT certification.
The course is offered in a hybrid format with online and on-site requirements.
The information below is provided to assist you in preparing for the course. Registered students will receive an information packet via email with specific onsite dates and other course information. The information in that packet is the most current and, in the event of a discrepancy, supersedes the information on this webpage.
Steps to Enroll:
- $180 Registration Fee
Additional Fees: (This is only an estimation and is subject to change)
- Required electronic AEMT Textbook package – $250
NOTE: This is only an estimate. Please check with the LCC Bookstore for current pricing.
- Student Clinical Uniform Shirt – $50
- Lab Fee/Liability Insurance – $10
- Accident Insurance – $3
- Certified Profile – $57
The following documents are required for enrollment and must be uploaded into an electronic document management system. Do not send these documents to the college.
- A college transcript OR college placement test scores to demonstrate college-level math and English skills.
*** NOTE: Transcripts must show completion of college-level math and English at a regionally accredited institution with a grade of C or better. Developmental classes do not meet this requirement. Students who earned their degree outside the United States must have a “course by course” credential evaluation performed by an external evaluation service. If you do not have a transcript that meets the requirements, you must take a college placement test.
- Copy of current American Heart Association BLS Provider is required. No other BLS or CPR certification can be accepted.
- Copy of a government-issued photo ID.
- Copy of a high school diploma or transcript, or high-school equivalency certificate.
- Copy of current EMT certification. NC students may show completion of an EMT course within the last 90 days.
- Completed immunization records to upload into an electronic immunization tracking The following immunizations are required:
- Hepatitis B (may be waived)
- Meningococcal Vaccine (may be waived)
- Measles – must have two (2) doses of vaccine or a positive titer
- Mumps – must have two (2) doses of vaccine or a positive titer
- Rubella – must have one (1) dose of vaccine or a positive titer
- Tetanus–Diphtheria – primary series with DtaP or DTP and a booster with Td within the past 10 years
- Tuberculosis – must have 2–Step Tuberculosis skin test (Current within 3 months) or an IGRA blood test
- Varicella – must have two (2) doses of vaccine or a positive titer (history of disease is no longer acceptable)
- Influenza – Must show proof of vaccine to perform clinicals during the flu season (October 1 – April 30)
On–site Lab Requirements:
- 3 different weekend on-site visits (Saturday & Sunday 0800-1700)
- 48 hours of Clinical Education/Rotations
- 48 hours of EMS Field Education/Rotations
Distance Education & Clinical/EMS Field Map
Please do not contact a state office of EMS to setup or inquire about clinical/field rotations in that state or ask for a list approved clinical/field locations. Rotations and sites are coordinated directly by the LCC clinical coordination team. Please call 252-527-6223, ext. 149.
The following list identifies states in which LCC is currently offering its Distance Paramedic Education & Clinical/EMS Field Rotations. You must be a resident of one of these states to enroll in the program:
- North Carolina
- South Carolina