Training & Certifications

Pre-Hospital Care (EMT) for Nurses

Utilizing the Department of Transportation National Standard Curriculum for the training of EMTs, this course gives recognition of learned knowledge in patient care by the nurse. The emphasis is on transition of emergency care by the nurse from the clinical environment to that found in the pre-hospital setting. Upon successful completion of the course the student will be eligible to complete the National Registry Computer Based Test. The Practical portion of the National Registry test will be administered the last day of class.

This is an intensive one week program that will allow the RN or LPN to sit for the National Registry of EMT Certification examination. Applicants must recognize that they will need to commit to extra time outside of class, both before and during, in order to successfully meet course completion requirements.

The Creighton University EMS Education Program is approved by the Nebraska Department of Health to provide EMT education. Questions regarding reciprocity should be directed to the individual's state EMS credentialing agency for requirements.

This course may be taken for credit or certificate.

Course Dates

2014 Course Dates:

March 10-15, 2014 Registration is now closed.
September 8-13, 2014 Register Now!

 

Additional Information

Approximate Projected Expenses

This information is to help the student anticipate some costs associated with the Pre-Hospital Care (EMT) Course for Nurses. These are estimates only and do not include travel, accommodations and meal expenses.

  • Tuition $750*
  • Textbook $100
  • Uniform (one shirt) $40
  • Immunizations for Health Science Students - Cost varies
  • Certification Examination Fee $70

View immunization requirements for Health Science Students.

*Students interested in taking the Pre-Hospital Care (EMT) for Nurses class for college credit will be billed at Creighton University's current credit hour rate. For information on taking the class as a credit student, please contact the EMS Education Office at 402-280-1280.

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