ASHI Emergency Medical Response training program is designed to provide non-EMS responders including government, corporate, law enforcement, and corrections personnel with a level of training comparable to a professional Emergency Medical Responder. This 48-hour course is consistent with national EMS curriculum requirements and education standards, however, it is not the intent of the Emergency Medical Response program to cross the EMS scope of practice threshold.
This course is intended for individuals who are not EMS or healthcare providers but desire certification in Emergency Medical Response.
Current, valid professional-level BLS certification (Basic Life Support). May be incorporated/conducted in conjunction with the Emergency Medical Response program as needed.
Required. Correctly demonstrate how to work as the lead responder in a scenario-based team setting to adequately direct the primary assessment and care of:
Successful completion is based on achievement of the core learning objectives rather than a prescribed instruction time.
Training Centers who are certifying public safety personnel (e.g., law enforcement officers, firefighters, corrections officers) in Emergency Medical Response must have physician level (MD or DO) oversight.
State EMS agencies have the legal authority and responsibility to license, regulate, and determine the scope of practice of EMS providers within the state EMS system. ASHI’s Emergency Medical Response program is designed to train and certify individuals in Emergency Medical Response — not to license or credential — Emergency Medical Responders. Individuals who require or desire licensure and credentialing within the state EMS system must complete specific requirements established by the regulating authority. It is not the intent of ASHI’s Emergency Medical Response program to cross the EMS scope of practice threshold.