Non Discrimination Policy
The Emergency Medical Teaching Services Inc. non-discrimination policy prohibits discrimination in education, employment, and services due to race, ethnicity, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, or disability.
Policy on ADA and students who require accommodation:
EMTS Inc. agrees that all students should have an equal, fair and equitable opportunity for education in EMS. Some students come to us in various forms of academic preparation. Other students are easily identified by staff as having some sort of learning disability. EMTS Inc. will assist any student with regard to his or her disability. In the event that a student has been diagnosed with a specific learning disability and is able to provide the Program Director or Course Coordinator with a copy of an IEP (Individual Educational Plan), EMTS Inc. will endeavor to assist that person in the learning process. This shall be accomplished by attempting to utilize the IEP in the EMS education and training being provided to the student. Students who present with educational difficulties will be counseled and provided with a method to attain professional testing and evaluation to identify learning disabilities, and perhaps to develop an IEP. The costs associated with this evaluation and implementation of the plan into the classroom will be borne by the student. In regards to remediation, extra help or access to laboratory facilities, EMTS Inc. has long maintained an open door policy to all students in order to assist them through academic “rough spots” in their education. Classrooms, videos libraries, textbook libraries, laboratory rooms and the computer lab are all available to the student at posted hours or by appointment.
The remediation provided is at no additional cost to our students.
Dean-EMTS Consortium is Accredited by CAAHEP
DEAN-EMTS CONSORTIUM PROGRAM OUTCOMES 2020
- National Registry Cognitive Exam Pass Rate 84%
- Program Retention Rate 75%
- Job Placement for Graduates 100%
All Paramedic programs offered in partnership by EMTS, Inc. and Dean College are sponsored by the Dean-EMTS Consortium. The Dean-EMTS Consortium is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs ( www.caahep.org ) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).
EMTS is Now Affiliated with Dean College
Paramedic and EMT education programs are held on Dean’s Franklin Campus within walking distance of the Commuter Rail Station.:::READ MORE:::