- Spring 2017 Registration is open for Online EMT, EMT, and Paramedic classes
- EMTS Academy is located at Texas State University's Round Rock Campus
- Administration office hours are Mon-Fri 10:00am through 4:00pm in office 401
- EMTS Academy is Nationally Accredited
Every Paramedic Program in Texas must be Accredited or Receive an LOR for Accreditation by Jan. 1, 2013
EMTS Academy has done just that. CoAEMSP is promoting a high educational standard across the nation to ensure the curriculum delivered is consistent and the quality of patient care improves overall. EMTS Academy has met the challenge. We are successful in exceeding these new standards, improving the quality of EMS and patient care in the process.
EMTS Academy's Graduates Work
EMTS Academy graduates are employed at Williamson County EMS, Austin/Travis County EMS, St. David's Hospitals, Seton Hospitals, Scott & White Hospital, Austin Fire Department, Round Rock Fire Department, Travis County ESDs, Georgetown Fire Department, Hutto Fire Department, a variety private ambulance companies and many others.
EMTS Academy's NREMT and Course Pass Rates are Very High
Finding a balance between how many students can pass an EMS course and pass the NREMT Exam was challenging, but EMTS Academy has done just that. On average 22 out of 25 EMT students pass the course and 94% of those will pass the NREMT exam. 18 out of 20 Paramedic students pass the course and 100% pass the NREMT exam.
Be sure to ask about these very important numbers when interviewing a school to begin your EMS education.
EMTS Academy's Reputation is Solid
Over the last 16 years EMTS Academy has built a solid reputation in the EMS community. Our instructors are Paramedics who work full time at Williamson County EMS, Austin EMS, and Lake Travis Fire Rescue. We're known for producing quality EMTs and Paramedics while caring about each and every student along the way.
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