avatar February 21, 2012, 4:39 am

Minnesota

by: Mike    Category: EMT Classes By State
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If you want to become an EMT in the State of Minnesota, here’s a quick info sheet providing you with all you need to know about this State EMT classes and requirements. EMTs can find a job with an hourly wage from $8.83 to $22.56. The average hourly wages is $15.55 in this State.

 

Minnesota stats:

Minnesota population: 5,344,861

Number of hospitals in Minnesota: 29

 

 

General EMT requirements:

  • Be over 18 of age
  • High School Diploma
  • Clean criminal record
  • Completed an EMT classes

 

Specific Minnesota EMT requirements:

 

The Minnesota Emergency Medical Services Board (EMSRB) is overseeing all EMTs and Paramedics licensure and training. In other words, the EMSRB is responsible of:

  • licensing ambulance services
  • certifying emergency medical personnel
  • approving emergency medical services training programs
  • designating and funding eight regional EMS organizations that support emergency medical services
  • administering the volunteer ambulance training grant program

 

Minnesota EMT fees & other specification:

The State of Minnesota offers a wide variety of EMT training program from the EMT-B to Paramedic level. In order to have a complete list of all training program, you can follow this link. Once you have selected the program you want to follow, the next step is to get ready for all the written exams. This is a crucial step in becoming an EMT and you must avoid failure as it will slow down your learning process. The longer you take to pass your exam, the longer you will have to wait before earning your first pay check! With a 1st attempt success rate of about 70%, you should not take any chances. The best way to pass you exam with confidence and great result is to do several practice tests. You can buy EMT approved practice tests here.

 
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