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Hudson EMS conducts an Emergency Medical Technician course at the Basic level twice a year. It meets every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. for approximately 17 weeks. The class will also meet four to six Saturdays during that period from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. The first session starts in January the same week that Kent State University starts the spring semester. It runs until mid-May. The second session starts in August and coincides with Kent State University's fall semester. It runs until mid-December. The course is $900, but free to members that agree to a two-year commitment after completing the course and begin running as an uncovered member. For more information call (330) 342-1852.
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Yes, Hudson EMS currently has 22 American Heart Association Certified Instructors. There are 2 options for attaining or renewing AHA Certification.
The first option requires a minimum of 6 students to hold an in-person 8 hour HeartSaver First Aid, CPR, and AED, or a 6 hour HeartCode BLS Provider class. The cost is $50 per person.
The second option is to complete the online portion of the blended learning course through the AHA website then schedule a 2 hour in-person skills session to practice with training equipment and demonstrate the skills for certification. The skills session and certification card for the HeartSaver course is $35, and for the HeartCode BLS course is $20.
Hudson EMS accepts cash, checks written out to The City of Hudson, or credit cards (with a 3% processing fee).
To schedule an in-person class or skills session, or get more information, please contact Cheryl Nally at (330) 342-1852 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The links for the AHA website, and each course option, as well as information about the different course requirements, types, and approximate hours of instruction are outlined further in the CPR, AED, and First Aid tab to the left.