Asynchronous Class – 2 Days in Classroom/Balance Self-Paced Learning
Wednesday – Mandatory In Classroom
Thursday or Friday – 2nd In Classroom Day – Choice
Important Asynchronous Course Information
Asynchronous Class are Mandatory Wednesdays and you can choose Thursday or Friday. You can work at your own pace around your schedule.
As an EMT: all qualified EMTs accepted into the program will receive over a 87% discount off the tuition as a thank you for your loyalty and great work. To be eligible, you must be a full time EMT, working at least 36 hours per week. The remainder of the program tuition ($1,500) can be financed, paid through a payment plan or you can have a weekly payroll deduction. We are removing the barriers that may have prevented you from furthering your career previously: time and money. This hybrid program will allow for schedule flexibility, a team dedicated to your development without battling work and school life, and a program led by a team of experts committed to your success. For those serving our country in the Armed Forces, a Paramedic Program transition can be a great next step. Combat Life Saver, EMT and on the ground experience make for a logical foundation to progress in this manner. The GI bill is accepted for the remaining tuition amount.
In order to qualify for this opportunity, you must:
- Have worked for Transformative Healthcare (Lifeline Ambulance Service or Fallon Ambulance Service) for at least 3 months.
- Be in good clinical and operational standing with the organization.
- Have a passion and dedication to further your development and career in healthcare.
- Be committed to excellence.
- Be excited for our future together.
If you have any questions regarding tuition payments or, you’d like to set up financing, please contact Danielle M. Thomas @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617.869.1892
Student insurance, CORI check, and uniform shirt included. Tuition assistance contact our office for more information on the application.
* NREMT exam fees not included in tuition.
Approved by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education to train eligible Veterans