“At BATA, it’s our job to train you to be your best out in the field, as a student it’s your job to be your best.”
Emergency Medical Technician Academy
The Bay Area Training Academy offers vocational training for a certificate course in Emergency Medical Technician-Basic through an intensive seven or five week course. This course focuses on a combination of hands on skills based scenarios as well as traditional academic curriculum intended to fulfill State and National requirements for becoming a certified EMT. BATA offers comprehensive course work that is designed to fulfill the minimum state requirement for Emergency Medical Technician training. It is the goal of BATA to prepare the EMT students for successful testing for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians examination and beyond.
The EMT Academy will be divided into the following course sections:
A minimum of 146 hours of didactic instructions and skills laboratory
A minimum of 24 hours of supervised clinical experience in an acute care setting
All instructions comply with local, state and the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) National EMS Education Standards (DOT HS 811 0771, January 2009).
At BATA we pride ourselves in providing the most up to date information that is relevant to student understanding. Student textbooks come with an online component to assist the student in studying for exams and understanding concepts. These concepts are further explained through lectures and then demonstrated through skills-based scenarios. We structure our classes this way in order to cater to all different types of student learning styles.