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The field of Emergency Medical Services is wide, so Universal careers has expanded its training to meet the needs of new professionals and professionals seeking career development.
Universal Careers is a leader in EMT/paramedic training. The school is proud to be able to offer training for all manner of Emergency medical Services and first responders.
Classes are available for police and fire departments, including EMTs, first responders, Firefighter 1 and 2 and CPR classes.
With a shift away from volunteer EMT services and incorporation into fire and police departments, it is vital for these professionals to be able to get proper training in an intensive setting rather than long term classes in traditional settings.
Universal Careers offers the opportunity to certify in 14 days, with classes taught by experienced EMT/paramedics who work in the field s well as teach. The classes involve hands-on work with real equipment in medical and field settings rather than classrooms.
“Being part of a smaller community police force, it's important to be cross-trained,” said Steven Mills, police officer and UC student. “Taking advantage of Universal Careers program has helped me in my career. When I found out about the courses from one of the EMTs I work with, I knew that the program fit my schedule and would provide me with a lot of knowledge and experience.”
In addition to training for emergency personnel and EMTs, Universal Careers also offers classes in CPR and basic lifesaving skills for lay persons.
For more information programs offered by Universal Careers, call (213) 290-4682 or visit the web site at for more information.
Universal Careers is a national leader in EMT and paramedic training and preparation. With customer service offices in Los Angeles, Calif., and a training partner in Fredericksburg, Va., UC is a state-of-the-art provider of training for individuals interested in joining the health care field. Upon successful completion of the Universal Careers EMT Basic course, students will receive additional help in obtaining their EMT Certification which makes them eligible to work with paramedics in every state in the U.S.