The National EMS Academy offers entry-level, continuing education, and refresher courses for many EMS career pathways, including EMTs and Paramedics.
The National EMS Academy educates entry level EMTs and Paramedics, and provides continuing education and training for a number of EMS career pathways and collaborate with other organizations with similar interests. The full-time faculty and staff include 30 members with diverse backgrounds, including prehospital emergency care, medical education, technology, research and support functions. Additio
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If you missed your chance to join our Bastrop, Texas Accelerated EMT program, don't fret, we have another class coming! If you or someone you know is interested in the program, visit https://nationalemsacademy.com/programs/accelerated-emt-program-Austin/
Apply today before seats are gone!
If you missed your chance to join our New Orleans Accelerated EMT program, don't fret, we have another class coming! If you or someone you know is interested in the program, visit https://nationalemsacademy.com/programs/accelerated-emt-program-new-orleans/
Apply today before seats are gone!
Why begin a career in EMS? Listen to our recent new hires from South Terrebonne High School on why they chose a career in EMS through Acadian after high school.
Bayou Time 5/16: Acadian Explorers Program - Signing Day Bayou Time: HTV10 provides coverage of the TPSD - Acadian Ambulance signing day for students going into the emergency medical services field through the Acadian Explorers program.
It's happening in Hammond! The National EMS Academy and Acadian Ambulance are launching their first accelerated EMT class! If you or someone you know is interested in the program, visit https://nationalemsacademy.com/programs/accelerated-emt-program-hammond/.
Apply today before seats are gone!
Student Recruiter, Shelby LaBuff Proctor, presented high school seniors Khalee Meaux and Tatiana Lewis with the College EMT Program Scholarship to attend training at our National EMS Academy in Lafayette. Welcome, ladies!
This we spotlight our community heroes for the lifesaving and tireless work they do. EMS personnel are not given as much recognition as they should receive since their jobs encompass so much more than just responding to an emergency. These individuals bravely step into chaotic situations, providing emergency care on some of our worst days. They wear many hats as teachers, hand-holders, safeguards, and lifesavers.
To all of our EMS personnel, no matter what field you are in, this week is for you. Thank you for being you and for all that you do! We appreciate you!
Values are like fingerprints, no one is the same, but you leave them all over anything you do.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. According to John Hopkins Medicine, more than a quarter of Americans ages 18 and older suffer from a diagnosable mental health disorder in a given year. Additionally, the pandemic has increased the number of individuals with mental health disorders.
Here are some tips to help improve your mental health.
✔️ Treat yourself with kindness and respect.
✔️ Make time for hobbies that bring you joy and peace.
✔️ Set realistic goals that you can achieve in a given period of time.
✔️ Surround yourself with positive people.
✔️ Always ask for help when needed.
Fun fact: Pet owners are less likely to suffer from depression than those without pets.
Mental health is important. Be kind to your mind, and if you are struggling, remember you are not alone and make sure to reach out to someone.
Our Regional Vice President Troy Guidry stopped by our Alexandria campus and visited with our accelerated EMT students. He observed them doing practical skills and simulations and answered questions they had.
To have integrity, you must live by your deepest values, you're honest with everyone and always keep your word, especially when no one is looking.
There is strength in unity. When you combine teamwork and collaboration, you can accomplish anything.
Wishing a very special Mother's Day to all mothers. May you have a wonderful day full of love and cherished memories.
Happy National Nurses Week to all of our nurses who are involved in the many different facets of our business. Thank you for all that you do for us, you are true rock stars!
Help us thank our nurses for all that they do ❤️
We would like to thank all of our NEMSA instructors for all the hard work and dedication they put forth everyday teaching. Here's to you! THANK YOU!
Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the drive to continue that sets you apart.
Congratulations to SMS Standout Tyre Armstrong. While Tyre was on his first hitch as an offshore medic, he had his first issue that required escalation to medical control. Tyre was professional, comprehensive, and on-point with the deliverance of his medical exam, medical knowledge, and treatment plan. Typically, SMS assigns these often rigorous offshore job projects to a more experienced medic; however, Tyre performed and exhibited to the levels of our most seasoned remote medics. Thank you for the hard work, Tyre!
Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.
The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.
Keep your eyes on your goals and keep grinding.
Read about a new program through Acadian Ambulance Service and the National EMS Academy in the Nashville, Tennessee community that will train and employ new EMS professionals.
Learn more about Acadian Ambulance's commitment to the Memphis community in launching a new program through the National EMS Academy to train and employ new EMS professionals.
Tennessee EMT shortage inspires new program in Memphis "We’re here to serve the community. We want to make sure we’re serving the community well and we need people to help us serve the community,” said John Witt.
Congratulations to our Lafayette campus EMT graduates! Please help us wish them good luck as they prepare for the National Registry exam. Great work, everyone!
Action is the foundational key to all success.
Wishing you a safe and Happy Easter.
Associate instructor, Ashlind Chouest, created an escape room for our Houma Spring 2022 Paramedic class.
Nothing is more important than hiring and developing people. When it comes down to the decision, you bet on people, not strategies.
Acquiring the right, hard-working, talent is the most important key to growth.
The hustle brings the income.
The experience brings knowledge.
Persistence brings success.
People are your most valuable asset. Only people can be made to appreciate in value.
Self-discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments.
It's hard to beat a person who never gives up.
Striving for success without hard work is like trying to harvest where you haven't planted.
We are so grateful to work alongside this inspirational and hard-working individual, Harmony Rochon. She is a vital component of our academy and our students' success. Thank you for all that you do!
How emergency medical training helps Lafayette woman be a better community college leader An assistant dean at South Louisiana Community College has learned to embrace new opportunities, even ones she never expected.
Happy International Women's Day! We value our ladies and all that they do. Here's to you!
The Accelerated EMT Class in Dallas, Texas is happening again! If you missed the previous classes, now is your chance to sign up for the next round. To learn more about the program or to sign up for the class, visit https://nationalemsacademy.com/programs/accelerated-emt-program-dallas/
Accelerated EMT Program-Memphis - National EMS Academy, an Acadian company Take the first step in deciding if a career in emergency medical services might be a path for you.
The two things in your life that you have total control over are your attitude and your effort.
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