ALL ON DEMAND ONLINE CLASSES ARE ONLY  $850!

EMT On Demand:

  • Orientation, once registered is completed online with our moderator.
  • Onsite skill instruction will begin once our training center is fully operational.

Click on any of these courses for information and to register:

4 Week EMT On Demand Online

6 Week EMT On Demand Online

12 Week EMT On Demand Online

16 Week EMT On Demand Online

EMT / EMR Refresher Online –  All online courses temporarily allowed

The State of Connecticut and NREMT have temporarily approved 40 hours of distributive courses to complete your refresher requirements.  If you choose one of these options, you will choose your own courses for renewal.                   Click –  CT EMS Refreshers Topic Requirements 

Choose the EMR or EMT Renewal 2020 in the menu on the left side of the page for our ” Pre-Filled” renewals.

EMT Online Refresher

EMR Online Refresher

Who We are and What We Do

The EMS division of CPR Training Professionals, LLC, provides State of Connecticut Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) initial training and renewal certification  and other medical classes in a comfortable and interactive learning environment.

The  initial EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) Training is designed for people just starting their career in the field of Emergency Medical Services or current emergency professionals (such as fire fighters) looking to expand their knowledge. EMT’s are the first line of treatment providing care that is critical to patient survival.

Completion of this program and passing of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) certification exam qualifies the student to work as a Basic EMT.  Most EMTs are employed by first responder organizations including ambulance services, hospitals, and  fire departments.

Also available is EMT recertification course which allows existing licensed EMTs to complete recertification training and the associated test.  Emergency Medical Technicians in Connecticut must recertify every two years.

The United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics has some great information about becoming an EMT or Paramedic. We encourage you to follow the link and learn  more.