EMS Program2019-02-01T09:10:28-05:00

Emergency Medical Services Career Training

 Earn Industry Certifications and Recertifications

Rogers State University, through RSU Works, offers industry certificate training and professional recertification classes throughout the year on a rotating basis and upon demand.  The continuing education format provides an affordable and accessible training option for working adults and young adults desiring short-term career training. Classes are taught by qualified and degreed EMS professionals who bring real world experience to the classroom environment.  The RSU EMS Program is an American Heart Association (AHA) approved Community Training Center and is approved by the State of Oklahoma to offer EMT and Paramedic level training programs as well as recertification classes for working professionals and those seeking to retain active licenses.

The Course Catalog is updated as training dates are scheduled and will include the following and additional course offerings as need is identified.  

  • ACLS and ACLS Instructor
  • PALS and PALS Instructor
  • CPR and CPR Instructor
  • EVOC
  • AEMT, EMT and Paramedic Refreshers
  • State EMS Instructor Class
  • General EMS Education Topics

To inquire about possible classes in your area not listed in the catalog or if you are interested in onsite employee training programs, call Tonya Jordan at 918-343-7691 or 918-343-7643.

ACCREDITATION:  The RSU EMS Career Training is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP)

EMS Course Catalog

State 2016 Employment 2026 Employment Percent Change Project Annual Job Openings*
United States 248,400 285,400 +15% 19,400
State 2016 Employment 2026 Employment Percent Change Project Annual Job Openings*
Oklahoma 3,780 4,200 +11% 280

*Projected Annual Job Openings refers to the average annual job openings due to growth and net replacement.

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