SC State Approved EMR Training

Becoming an Emergency Medical Responder is the first step to a career in Ambulatory or Fire Services.


An Emergency Medical Responder (formerly First Responder) are people who are specially trained to provide out-of-hospital care in medical emergencies. There are many different types of emergency medical responders, each with different levels of training, ranging from first aid and basic life support.

At Greenville CPR our curriculum meets and exceeds the requirements set by the National  Standards of of Practice for an Emergency Medical Responder. Our facility is approved by the State of South Carolina and we are listed as a provider with the NREMT. This course provides the necessary tools for the rescuer to help sustain life, reduce pain and minimize injury during out-of-hospital medical and traumatic emergencies while awaiting or alongside higher-level personnel at the scene.

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Serving UpState South Carolina

On-Site Workplace Training

864-233-3333 or email us info@greenvillecpr.com

Instructor Led

Complete Instructor Led Courses with video and hands on training.
Inc. 2-Year course completion cards.

Blended Learning 

Do the didactic portion online and come in for a skills session with the instructor.  Inc. 2-Year Course Completion Card 
Here's What You'll Learn...
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Register for Class

Register for class, get your student work shirts and books.
Successfully Complete 40 hour Instruction
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Books and course materials included along with CPR and First Aid Certification.
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National Registration
Successful completion of a state-approved EMR course that meets or exceeds the National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards for the Emergency Medical Responder.

Core Skills:
Intro to EMS Systems
Legal and Ethical Issues
Performing a primary assessment
Circulation with CPR, AED, and Airway Ventilation
Medical and Trauma Emergencies
Childbirth and Children
EMS Operations
Pharmacological Intervention


Additional Enrichment Modules:
Training in asthma and anaphylaxis
Training in epinephrine auto-injectors
C-collar, Oxygen Administraton and backboarding, and more!

With nearly 20 years experience, our instructors will make sure you're prepared to take the National Registry Exam! For more information or to register please contact us through the form at the bottoms of the page.

Value, Convenience & Accreditation

Highly Interactive course with hands-on, scenario based training.
Exceeds National EMS Education Standards for licensing
Best Industry Pricing
Two-year professional level certification
Student friendly materials include a textbook available in print and digital format to help prepare you for the National Registry Exam.

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Start Date: November 2016
Hours: 16 hours per week (Weekdays)
Course Length: 40 hours total
Class Size: Max 15 students
EMS Level: One
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EMR Training

$540

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No fee to pre-register