avatar February 21, 2012, 4:38 am


by: Mike    Category: EMT Classes By State
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Michigan State offers great EMT careers opportunity. The average hourly wage is $14.63 and its range goes from $8.96 to $21.18. The Michigan Emergency Medical Services Regulatory  oversees all EMT and paramedic licensure and training. If you want to become an EMT, this is the site to bookmark! The NREMT exams are necessary to obtain your EMT license but you are not required to pass an additional State exam.


Michigan stats:

Michigan population: 9,876,187

Number of hospitals in Michigan: 46



General EMT requirements:

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


Specific Michigan EMT requirements:

The State of Michigan offer several training programs such as the “life support agency & vehicle licensure” including:

  • Review and approval of all Life Support Agency and Life Support Vehicle Applications
  • Review of all inspections required by the department for the agencies and vehicles
  • Provide inspection follow-up for those agencies and/or vehicles that are found non-compliant



Michigan EMT other specification:


Did you know that about 30% of students fail their first NREMT exams? The written test is the first step to get your EMT license (prior to practice tests and internship). If you want to pass the written test, you must study several books including thousands of pages. The best way to make sure you are ready is to do EMT mock exams. Those practice tests will help you focus on what is the most important in your EMT classes and will guarantee you a 1st attempt success at your exam. Click here to get your practice tests.

Pass Your NREMT Exam On The First Attempt


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