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Emergency Medical Responder Course (EMR)


Learn to provide immediate care to an ill or injured person and to assist emergency medical service EMS providers with this 90 hour course. 
Completion of this class will provide a strong background useful in lifeguard positions, fire service, sports medicine, ski patrol, medical facilities and in preparation for the EMT course. After succesful completion of this course students will be eligable to sit for the National or State EMR test.

We hold our EMR classes on a rolling basis, whenever we are able to reach our class minimum of 6 students we go ahead and schedule a course!


Please contact us on our direct message form to get more information and reserve your spot in line!

Emergency Medical Technician Course (EMT)
WHATS INCLUDED: CPR certification, Stethoscope and BP cuff, transport and 911 ambulance ride along.  Upon successful completion of our Remote academy applicants may apply for State EMS licensure (some minimal additional testing fees may apply.

HOW LONG IS THE COURSE: Remote self guided online course approximately 12 weeks. 1-2 in person sessions per month.
Start: call for information

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST: $825.00, Book NOT included. Must pay upon registration. Accepting now!

WHAT CURRICULUM DO YOU USE:   AAOS (Jones & Bartlett) 11th edition.


Joel Kelm- Beartooth EMS, Bridger Emergency Training Center

HOW DO I SIGN UP:  Call 406-579-7248 or send us an email at for your application.
Refund policy:
If you cancel your enrollment 7 days or more prior to the class date we will provide you with a 100% course fee refund.  If you cancel within 7 days of course we will provide you with 50% refund.  Cancellations less than 24 hours or no show will not be issued a refund. We do not offer refunds on books or education material.

All students must achieve a 80% or higher on mid term & final exam or be excused from the course with no refund. 

  Upon successful completion of the course, students are allowed to take the National Registry written and practical exams or directly test with the State of Montana for licensure. (National Registry is NOT a license to practice)
The written exam is computer based and offered across the country. The practical exam is offered at the end of the EMT course consisting of real-life emergency scenarios. And every student receives the opportunity to ride along with Beartooth EMS and practice basic patient care skills with one of our Field Training Officers (cadre). (Student insurance required)

Please contact us on our direct message form to get more information and reserve your spot in line!


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