Remedy Training & Consulting (RTC) was developed by industry professionals with a current working knowledge of EMS education, industry standards, and public teaching. With a staff of experienced EMS educators, RTC specializes in providing EMT's, Paramedics, Nurses and the General Public with continuing education, certification/licensure maintenance, and EMS protocol updates. We are a certified AHA training site offering an array of courses including Basic First Aid, Advanced First Aid, Wilderness First Aid, CPR, ACLS, PALS, etc. We also offer same day certification.
Our passion is driven by our love for our profession. All of our instructors are curently practicing EMT's, Paramedics, Nurses, and Doctors. We enjoy what we do and most of all, we enjoy teaching others how to make a difference.
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There are a few way's that potential student's can schedule classes; they can call us at our business or shoot us a text, or of course, send us an email. We are very flexible and understand work and school schedules. In addition to group classes, we also offer private classes and have wide availability for our clients including weekends and evenings.
Each of our Instructors are currently practicing and licensed EMS Providers with a minimum of 5 years of Emergency Medical Services experience. When we provide education, it is based on not only instructor/educator based material, but also from our own direct experience in relation to the subject matter.
Our prices for courses are very compentitive and range from $25 up to $795 depending on the class. We do provide group rates for private classes (more than 5 students) as well as corporate discounts for frequent clients.
I (Patrick Hernandez) have personality have been an EMT for over 15 years and have been teaching for the last 12 years.
I began teaching because as an EMT, I witnessed many preventable mistakes performed by improperly trained Emergency staff. 12 years ago, I was involved in a severe auto accident where at the scene I was actually pronounced dead. (obviously I am not writing this from the grave). Case in point, inadequate training led to that assessment of my 'death' and that incident became the catalyst for my interest in education.
I embarked on a journey of education myself and I became deeply involved in EMS training and education and attended many instructor/educator development courses.
All types of students. We have provided EMS training to 6 year olds as well as physicians.
The best advice that I can give any student is to ensure that your instructor is actually qualified to teach the course that you are requesting, and that the instructor has real-world experience in the field in which they are teaching.
Also, ask to see the training facility's County EMS Accreditation and business license to ensure that you are working with a legitimate business.