National Standard EMR Course

Meets and exceeds national curriculum as outlined in Emergency Medical Responder Education Standard available at

This course prepares the student to respond to a variety of emergencies as a first responder in the field or workplace. At 40+ hours, the course covers a variety of emergencies including:

Workplace Safety and Wellness, Documentation, Communication, Medical / Legal / Ethics, Anatomy and Physiology / Pathophysiology / Medical Terminology, Airway Management, Respiration and Artificial Ventilation, Patient Assessment, Vital Signs, Altered Mental Status, Seizures, Stroke, Diabetes, Abdominal Pain, Dialysis, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Immunology, Infectious Disease, Psychiatric / Behavioral, Toxicology, Shock and Resuscitation, Bleeding, Soft Tissue Injury, Burns, Multi-System Trauma, Musculoskeletal Injuries, Head and Spine, Environmental Emergencies, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Newborn Car, Pediatrics, Geriatrics and Special Patient Populations, Air Medical, HazMat, MCI, Terrorism, Vehicle Extrication…

This course also covers Epinephrine Auto-Injectors, Naloxone and DuoDote Antidote.

How it works

Our hybrid First Responder Courses are designed to be administered by your department’s training officer.

Direct your staff to complete the course fundamentals online, then administer the practical session utilizing our skill sheets. You may then issue a completion certificate, or provide us with the completed skill sheets, and we will issue the certificate.

Frequently asked questions

Is CPR included?

CPR is a requirement of the successful completion of the First Responder program. CPR is not included in this course and it’s the responsibility of the student to maintain his/her CPR certification.

How is the practical session handled?

Practical sessions are performed by your department’s training officer. We will provide all skill sheets required to meet the course curriculum. 

How are certificates issued?

Our certificate indicates that a practical session, along with CPR certification are required in order to validate the EMR (emergency medical responder) certification.

What is the format of the course?

The course is broken up into individual topics. Each topic contains a presentation and a quiz. The course has a linear flow, with components becoming available, once the preceding components are completed.

What is the recertification period?

Massachusetts regulations call for recertification every 3 years, while the National Standard calls for biennial recertification if  National Registry certified (optional). 

How do I sign up for a course?

Start by creating a free account on our Learning Management System located at Then return here and purchase the course you’d like. For bulk orders, please  contact us directly. 


Purchase individual courses online, or contact us for bulk / purchase order transactions.

$ 99 .99

Meets National Standards

  • 40 hours
  • meets national curriculum
  • 2 year certification
  • Practical session provided by your department*
$ 84 .99

MA or National standards courses

  • 16 or 40 hr course
  • Practical session materials
  • 2 yr certification for National and 3 year cert for Mass.
$ 89 .99

Meets Massachusetts Regulations

  • 16 hours
  • meets Mass curriculum
  • 3 year certification
  • Practical session provided by your department*

*Practical sessions are completed by your department’s training officer (skill sheets are provided in the course). If you’d like us to schedule an instructor to provide the practical session(s), please contact us with specifics for a quote.

Contact us

If you have any questions or need support, please don’t hesitate to reach out.


210 Park Ave, Suite 154, Worcester, MA, 01609