Once accepted into the program, candidates register for an EMR or EMT-B course. As of now, students are required to find their own EMR or EMT-B course near their home. Please feel free to contact any EMS members for recommendations or help.
Both courses require a lecture/lab and ride along time with an ambulance facility. Finally, in order to practice as an EMR or EMT, students must then pass an exam administered by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, qualifying them for a certification and license to practice from the Ohio Department of Public Safety Division of EMS.