We offer multiple accelerated options for our EMT courses.
Train for certification and gain real hands-on experience.

Our EMT Basic Program

If caring for sick and injured people in emergency situations sounds rewarding, a career as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) could be for you. EMTs work in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and are a vital link in the chain of health care. EMTs are first responders to medical incidents and accident scenarios where they provide care and facilitate transportation to more advanced medical facilities.

Get certified in less time and gain real hands-on experience with Texas EMS Academy. Taught by veteran EMS professionals, our program prepares you for real-life challenges using current technology and techniques. This includes realistic emergency simulations and local ambulance clinical hours, allowing you to experience what it means to be an EMT before achieving certification. We is also happy to provide testing assistance for those who need a little extra help.

Taught by experienced EMS professionals with current expertise, our workshop-style classes include real-world implementations, hands-on training, and instruction to ensure you master the knowledge and skills you need to save lives. All students will also have clinical rotations on an ambulance and in an Emergency Room setting to further prepare them for success.

14 Day Program

Our 14-Day accelerated EMT program is the fastest in the state. We know time is money, and we don’t want to waste either of yours. This program is 14 days straight (including weekends) from 8:00 AM until 8:00 PM. These 14 days include classroom lecture and clinical hours both on an ambulance and in the emergency room.

30 Day Program

We know not everyone can be here for 14 days straight. You might have work, a family, or maybe there is another reason why the 14 day program won’t work for you. That’s why we also offer a 30-Day program. We cover the exact same material and you get to experience the exact same number of clinical hours on an ambulance and emergency room, just over a longer period of time due to shorter amount of hours per day. The classroom lecture portion of this class is Monday through Friday from 6:30 PM until 10:30 PM. The ambulance and emergency room rotations are Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 AM until 8:00 PM.

Upcoming Classes

Course Start Date End Date Location
14 Day EMT Program January 2nd, 2024 January 15th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program January 15th, 2024 January 28th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
30 Day EMT Program February 5th, 2024 March 5th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program March 4th, 2024 March 17th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program March 18th, 2024 April 1st, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
30 Day EMT Program April 1st, 2024 April 30th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program May 6th, 2024 May 19th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program May 20th, 2024 June 3rd, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
30 Day EMT Program June 3rd, 2024 July 2nd, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program July 8th, 2024 July 21st, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program July 22nd, 2024 August 4th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
30 Day EMT Program August 5th, 2024 September 4th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program September 3rd, 2024 September 16th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program September 16th, 2024 September 29th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
30 Day EMT Program October 7th, 2024 November 5th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program November 4th, 2024 November 17th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX
14 Day EMT Program December 2nd, 2024 December 15th, 2024 Corpus Christi, TX

Enrollment Requirements

  • High School Diploma, GED or official transcript (must have graduation date)
  • Complete list of shot records
        ▫ MMR
        ▫ Influenza (Fall / Winter Students Only)
        ▫ Varicella
        ▫ Negative TB Test (within last six months)
        ▫ Hepatitis B (three shot series)
        ▫ Tetanus (within last ten years)
  • Ten panel drug screening (included in price)
  • State level background check (included in price)

Drug Policy

Due to the difficulty in separating marijuana use vs CBD use in positive THC cases, students are not allowed to use any CBD products while attending any of our courses. Students will be required to take a ten-panel drug screening on the first day of class.  Any student whose drug screening results return positive without proper documentation will be found to be in violation of the student code of conduct and be dismissed from the program without a refund.


We have partnered with Comfort Suites to provide temporary lodging for out-of-town students.  This hotel is located five miles from our facility. If you are in need of temporary housing please visit the Comfort Suites Central by clicking here to access our discounted rate.

Payment Information

This program has been approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and meets the requirements for licensure in Texas.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes – if you need to rescheduled your registration to a future course with us that better aligns with your schedule, please email us to make this request no later than ten (10) business days prior to your original EMT class start date.

Yes, for many states. Our EMT Course graduates are eligible to sit for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician’s (NREMT) Exam. Successful completion of this exam results in the candidates being certified by NREMT as an EMT. Next, the candidate will apply for state-specific licensure in the state(s) of his or her choosing.

No – meals are the responsibility of each student and not included in our flat-rate tuition. However, plenty of great restaurants are located nearby and meal delivery services are available.

Yes – our instructors on average have 10+ years of service as licensed and certified EMS providers as well as proven instructional experience with students. Many of our EMT Instructors hold advanced licenses, education, and training such as Paramedic, masters degrees, advanced scopes of practice, and other national-level certifications.

The NREMT exam is taken at a Pearson testing site and is scheduled by the student after obtaining their course completion certificate.

* The student is responsible for registering and paying for the National Registry EMT Examination at the conclusion of the course.

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