TESDA REGISTERED EMERGENCY
MEDICAL SERVICES TRAINING PROGRAMS
CERTIFICATES ACCEPTED BY:
DOLE & DOH
PROMPT CARE EMS TRAINING ACADEMY INCORPORATED is an educational institution committed to deliver the best possible quality of training by integrating simulated and industry learning to enhance employable skills in the field of Emergency Medical Services.
PROMPT CARE is the FIRST to integrate an Ambulance Simulator and a Computer Aided Emergency Dispatch in the Philippines as a standard laboratory for EMS training. Our teaching methods combine Simulated and Experiential Learning that allows the students the feel of a close to real situations that is backed up by the most progressive, inter-active and up to date training available to the learner.
NCIII - EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (EMT)
The Emergency Medical Services NCIII Qualification consists of 680 hours of lecture and 264 hours of Supervised Industry Learning (SIL/OJT) Training Program. Students will be trained to conduct basic, non-invasive interventions to help save lives and reduce harm to the patient at emergency sites. They will gain the skills needed to transport patients safely and provide majority of out of hospital care performed by an EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN.
NCII - EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES MEDICAL FIRST RESPONDER (MFR/EMR)
The EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES NC II Qualification consists of 280 hours of lecture and 240 hours of Supervised Industry Learning (SIL/OJT) Training Program that consists of competencies a person must achieve to assist in the community during emergencies and may stabilize a person to keep them alive or calm to wait for the arrival of other EMS Providers.
After completing any of the programs, the trainee must undergo a mandatory National Certification Assessment for skills verification prior to being issued a National Certificate II (NCII-EMS) or National Certificate III (NCIII-EMS) for Emergency Medical Services.