The ALS Institute

Modular Paramedic Program

In this format the ALSI paramedic curriculum is broken up into twelve subject areas or "modules" that are each five days long. The modures are offered monthly on a Monday to Friday schedule over one year with classes running from 8 AM to 6 PM daily. Every effort is made to schedule modules for the same week of each month for ease in planning. Students will have the choice of doing their clinical time concurrent with classroom time within a year or they may elect an additional year to complete the clinical and field objectives. Often students choose a combination completing the entire program in approximately 18 months. Clinical sites are located across New England, so students entering the program should be prepared to travel. Clinical and Field internship sites include a variety of busy urban and suburban locales to offer a broad-based education. Students will also experience all models of EMS services: hospital-based, public utility, and third-service. Upon successful completion of our program, students will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Paramedic Board Exam.

Prerequisites include current EMT-Intermediate certification. Contact ALSI for more information and application materials.