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Accelerated, Hybrid EMT Program Structure


Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad

828 McIntire Road

Charlottesville, VA 22902

Asynchronous learning

Students will read 4-5 chapters per week and complete corresponding assignments online using the MyBradyLab learning management system (LMS). Additional course readings and materials will be made available on Platinum Planner for students to access throughout the program. Quizzes and exams (except for the final) are taken online each weekend following synchronous lab sessions. Students should expect to put in approximately 7-10 hours per week on readings and assignments for greatest success.

Synchronous learning

Students will convene weekly on Saturday afternoon for lab sessions from 1pm to 4pm. Each lab will correspond to material being studied asynchronously and reinforce material presented in the book and LMS. Students will work through cases and scenarios to learn and demonstrate patient care techniques. We generally cap classes at 12 students to maintain a 1:6 instructor-to-student ratio.

Clinical rotations

Students will be required to complete clinical rotations with a healthcare agency with at least one rotation being completed with an EMS agency. Students must complete 10 hours and obtain 10 patient contacts throughout the program. ETS partners with the Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad and the UVA Emergency Department to offer this experience to students. Clinical observations allow students to connect learning outcomes to patient care in the field. 

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