We are happy to announce Laura McGee, Megan Dougherty and Nate Laff will be joining EMSTA College as our newest Primary Instructors!
EMSTA College is looking for new instructors who will use their knowledge to help train the future generations of EMS. Shifts are flexible, spanning 4 to 6 hours in duration. No maximum on shifts you can request, minimum of 2 shifts per month to stay on active roster. Click here to fill out an application!
We have resumed our EMT and Paramedic classes as of this month! Our lectures will be held remotely via Zoom with skills labs being at the campus. We are adhering closely to San Diego County guidelines to promote safety in the classrooms, such as masks, gloves and small group sizes. We are excited to be back in action and look … Read More
Our hearts here at EMSTA College go out to everyone impacted by COVID-19 (coronavirus). As both higher education professionals and healthcare professionals, we know you have been consumed with addressing the many challenges the virus is causing in your education, homes and workplaces. EMSTA College has been closely monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on our educational programs. We are enacting … Read More
EMSTA College is partnering with FAHEE.org (a nonprofit organization) to provide scholarship funds for EMS education! Rick Foehr’s newly formed non-profit 501(c)3, the Foundation for Allied Health and EMS Education (FAHEE), is a public benefit charity established to provide funding for equipment and scholarships. FAHEE raises funds to secure the means and measures to make funding available for scholarships … Read More
EMSTA is proud to release the current statistics for our Paramedic NREMT success rates! EMSTA current passing rates are well above the national average of 72% which demonstrates how successful our paramedic program is, in terms of preparing the students to successfully pass the NREMT written certification exam. 83% First Attempt 97% Second Attempt 97% Third Attempt Here at EMSTA we’re … Read More