as of April 2023
Students are eligible for a full refund, minus a $150 administrative fee, if registration is cancelled within two weeks after the start of the course.
If you do not have one, you can enroll in a CPR class at the time of your online EMT Course registration for an additional $60.
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What is an EMT?
The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course trains students to save in a wide variety of emergency situations. The EMT course allows providers to serve on ambulances and is also a prerequisite to many professional firefighting jobs and paramedic programs. To learn more about becoming an EMT look at our list of frequently asked questions.
Mary Katherine Lockwood PhD., EMS I/C
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings 6:30-10:00pm beginning mid-January.
The New Hampshire Scope of Practice Module will be included during the class.
All classes will be held at the University of New Hampshire campus in Durham, NH unless other arrangements are needed due to COVID-19. Please note: McGregor requires that students either; provide proof of completed COVID-19 vaccination or provide a negative COVID test each week while in attendance. The registration form will ask for you to upload a picture of your COVID-19 vaccination record. Classes will be held at:
New Hampshire Hall (Room TBD)
124 Main St.
Durham, NH 03824
$1500 without CPR Course
$1580 with CPR Course
$250 deposit due at the time of registration, full tuition due by January 30th. Flexible payment plans are available. For more information please email Eric Pike at email@example.com.
Note: Tuition (including NH Scope of Practice module), required textbook, online platform access, and lab materials are covered by course cost. Certification testing, CPR, optional textbooks, and certification fees are NOT included in tuition costs. You must also have a professional CPR certification to complete the course. You can obtain this yourself, or take our course for $80, which is built into the course schedule. All of our EMT classes include the required NH Scope of Practice Modules.