Train to Be an Emergency
Medical Technician

Choose the format that fits your schedule

Emergency Medical Technicians perform life-saving work and fill a critical role in healthcare. Whether it’s a medical emergency or the scene of an accident, EMTs work tirelessly to provide immediate care for the public. At Unitek EMT, we prepare our students for a rewarding career in emergency medical services. EMS professionals expertly guide Unitek students through emergency simulations to emulate real-life challenges. Not only do they gain hands-on experience, but they utilize current technology and cutting-edge techniques.

Our students also engage in realistic emergency simulations allowing them to experience what it means to be an EMT before achieving certification. Additionally, Unitek instructors provide testing assistance for those who need some extra help.

Unitek EMT Program Options

The EMT program is offered in two different formats to accommodate our student’s schedules:

14-Day Boot Camp*: Taught by veteran EMS professionals, these workshop-style classes include real-world implementations, simulation training, and subject mastery. The intensive, well-rounded curriculum taught in both California and Arizona provides students with the psychomotor skills they’ll need to save lives.

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Expanded Online Hybrid Program: If you prefer to learn at your own pace, our Expanded Online Hybrid format offers an economical alternative to classroom instruction. With this format, you attend lectures, receive hands-on skills instruction, and complete online coursework at the times that fit your schedule. The program ends with 7days of in-person training in California.

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About the EMT-B Certification

EMT-B Certification can also be an important component of careers as:



Fire Fighters

Law Enforcement or Security

Military Personnel

Emergency Room Technicians

Physician Assistants

Pre-Med Applying for Med School

*Our 14-Day EMT Program in AZ and the 14-Day on-ground portion of the EMT Program in CA are taught in an intensive “boot camp” style, to simulate the fast pace of work expected on the job as an EMT. The California EMT Program also includes online instructional hours.