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Alabama EMS Schools.

EMS training in Alabama offers a wide range of studies that prepare students for a career as a paramedic. Most schools offer a variety of options as students enroll in the program. There are one-year certificates or two-year associate’s degree curriculums available. The associate’s degree program requires a student major in EMS training and takes the required courses necessary to graduate. Some of the typical courses taught in the associate’s degree program include medical terminology, basic rescue and EMT training, emergency transport, shock and fracture treatment, crisis intervention and emergency communication. Students should expect a fast-paced learning environment and high energy career field.

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