EMT Rookie School
Through a partnership with South Arkansas College, MEMS is able to offer college credit at our headquarters for EMT training. MEMS EMT-B training, otherwise known as Rookie School, is usually held twice each year as staffing needs occur. Classes and deadlines to apply will be announced prior to the anticipated start date.
Next class StartsJanuary 8, 2024!
Physical Agility Testing
December 1, 2023
Steps To Earning Your EMT at MEMS
Visit our Career page an apply for the next Rookie School!
College Placement Test
The sooner you apply, the quicker you can get scheduled to take your college placement test for admission to South Arkansas College. MEMS pays for all fees associated.
Physical Agility Test
Candidates must demonstrate a minimum fitness level prior to being hired. Physical fitness will be measured by participating in five job-related exercises.
For approximately 8 weeks, you will attend in class instruction, full-time, Monday thru Friday, 7AM - 4PM (some eekends may been required for clinicals and ride-time). You will also be paid a salary and receive benefits during this time.
For approximately 8 weeks, you will attend in class instruction, full-time, Monday thru Friday, 7AM - 4PM (some weekends may been required for clinicals and ride-time). You will also be paid a salary and receive benefits during this time.
NREMT, also know as National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, is required by the State of Arkansas to work as an EMT and Paramedic. The exam may seem daunting, but the instructors at MEMS will give you everything you need to pass.
You made it to graduation! This is where you will be presented with your diploma and EMT patch.
So you graduated! Now it's time to learn the lay of the land. This portion will start geography of the metropolitan area, driving, and more MEMS-specific training.