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No previous experience is required to undertake this course, although any previous experience of first aid or CPR would be of assistance to you to "break the ice".

But don't worry, we will provide all the necessary training and support to allow you to confidently sit the NQEMT State examinations at the end of the course.

The majority of our students came to us with no previous experience whatsoever and are now successfully registered as EMTs with the PHECC.

You will experience plenty of support both from your team of Instructors and your fellow students during the course and as you prepare for your exams.

We hope you will enjoy your time with us and use your EMT qualification as a sound basis to developing a rewarding career in the health care sector in the future.


You will need:

- To be able to pay the course fee.

- Have access to a valid and active email address throughout the course, as we use email extensively to communicate with students.

- You will need to have internet access and a suitable device (desktop/laptop/tablet) in order to access some course materials and exams.

- You will need to have a reasonable level of english in order to progress through the course.

Placements will take place once you have completed the classroom portion of the course, subject to meeting additional criteria (completed Garda Vetting, successfully completed CFR-A and Patiemt Moving & Handling courses, etc.).

They will be divided into minimum of 4 X 10hr shifts or 5 X 8hr shifts (depending on placement location) on one of Medicall's fleet of ambulances based strategically across the country including in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Mayo and Kilkenny.

Arrangements for placements are flexible and we try to facilitate students as far as we possibly can.

Importantly, Medicall Training is the only private Training Institute who can guarantee quality placements on our own fleet of very active ambulances.

You will not be "out-sourced" to third-party services during your time with us.

Students will have ample opportunity to observe patient treatment and interactions in a full range of medical and trauma related conditions during the course of their placements - you won't be bored!

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We have seen students get funding from a number of sources:

- Technical Employment Support Grants (TESG) are available to suitable individuals. Please check with FÃS/Solus or your local Social Protection Office for further information on this and any other assistance which might be availble to you.

- Some charities offer an educational grant to suitable applicants. You would need to research charities to see if any may be able to support you.

- Some former/current/future employers might be willing to fund/part-fund training. You should speak to former/current/future employers to see if they can offer support.

The full course fee is €2,175.00, which covers all books, training and placements.

A non-refundable booking deposit of €1,175 is required to provisionally secure your place.

Subsequently, full fees should be paid on or by two weeks before the first day of the course.

In exceptional circumstances, it may be possible that a payment plan can be drawn up to suit you. This must be agreed in writing in advance of the course commencing. Under agreed payment plans, all payments must be made by the fifth week of the course (part-time courses) or end of second week (full-time courses).

Regulations governing registration to practice your EMT skills vary from country to country.  This has to do with differences in national treatment protocols and scope-of-practice issues outside the control of Irish accredited Training Institutes. It is suggested that you consult the national registry in the relevant country.

Some countries offer accelerated training which will allow applications to register within weeks of completing necessary short conversion courses there.

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