Emergency Medical Technician Training by Lifeline EMS Academy - SpeedyCourse Philippines
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  • Schedule:   MONDAY to FRIDAY (8:00am to 5:00pm) 8 Weeks Didactics (classroom discussion with written and practical exams) 250 Hours OJT with Lifeline Ambulance Rescue Inc. 
  • Tuition Fee: P 25, 000. 00 (twenty five thousand pesos only)
  • Down payment/Reservation: P5, 000.00 (five thousand pesos only) 
  • **NOTE** The reservation fee is nonrefundable but transferable. To transfer the amount you reserved, kindly proceed to the LEMSAI office together with the person you will turn over your reservation fee. Both parties must be present and must have the O.R. with them or original deposit slip. Admin officer will verify the documents and process the transfer.  
  • Remaining Balance: P20, 000.00 (twenty thousand pesos only) – must be settled within 1st to 6th weeks of training.



  • 18 years of age or older (with medical or non-medical course background)
  • Completed Application Form (* filled out on the first day of training)
  • 2 pcs. 2x2 I.D. picture
  • Certificate of Employment (if currently employed)
  • Photocopy of Two (2) Valid I.D.
  • Medical Clearance (within 3 months period prior training)
  • Latest Resume
  • Photocopy of Transcript of Records (sealed) or Diploma (if TOR is not yet available)
  • For Under-GraduatesProof of any College level attainment / First Responder Certification / Voluntarism Certificate (from recognized EMS organization, indicating volunteer service not less than 2 years.


How to reserve slot for the training

  • The course slots are on a first come first served basis and are given to enrollees who have paid their registration fee of Php 5,000.00 (Five Thousand Pesos Only) personally or thru bank deposit.




account number: 3602007811


Would you require any uniform or attire for this training?

  • We advise all students to wear comfortable clothes, and bring extra shirts because of some of the lectures have practical applications and strenuous activities. 
    • Slipper/Sandals
    • Shorts/skirts/ tokong (3/4)/ tight jeans
    • Plunging necklines/ Sando
    • Facial hairs must be remove (male)
    • No jewelries (except for watches and wedding rings)


Where do we have our OJT and for how long is it?

  • You will be deployed in Lifeline Ambulance Rescue Inc. that has more than 16 ambulances here in Metro Manila (ADB/Megamall, Rockwell, South Luzon Expressway, Ayala Alabang and two major hospitals (St. Luke’s Quezon City and St. Lukes Global).
  • You need to complete the 250 hours of duty (schedule will be set by LARI)


Do we also pay for our OJT for EMT-Basic?

  • No, you won’t be charge for your OJT.


I'm currently working in an Ambulance/Rescue group. Do I still need to take the OJT?

  • Yes, you still need to take the OJT. Our OJT is part of our program where the classroom is taken to the fields. 


If I pass the training, what certificates do I get?

  • Emergency Medical Technician - Basic Certificate of Attendance
  • Emergency Medical Technician - Basic Certificate of Competency (from LEMSAI and LARI - after completion of 250 hours OJT)
  • Basic Life Support Certificate of Attendance
  • Intro to IVT Certificate of Attendance
  • Lifeline EMS Academy Pin (EMT pin)


How can do I get to the training venue? SUCAT BRANCH

From the NORTH:

  • ride the MRT;
  • get down either to ayala station or magallanes station 
  • ride a bus going to bicutan, get down when you see SM bicutan(or just ride a bus from cubao going to bicutan)
  • get to the other side (East Service Road)
  • Ride a Jeepney going to Alabang
  • Tell the jeepney driver to drop you at Lifeline Compound near Lake front.

Land Marks (there's a big lettering of lakefront before the building)1 ambulance is visible near the gate.


From the SOUTH:

  • ride any jeep going to sucat
  • Go to the other side (East Service Road)
  • Ride a Jeepney going to Bicutan
  • Tell the jeepney driver to drop you at Lifeline Compound near Lake front.

Land Marks (theres a big lettering of lakefront after the building)1 ambulance is visible near the gate.



  2. Introduction to Emergency Medical Services and the Health Care Services
  3. The EMT and its Well being
  4. Medical , Legal, and Ethical Issues
  5. Anatomy and Physiology
  6. Principles of Pathophysiology
  7. Life Span Development
  8. Lifting and Moving Patients


  2. Scene Size-up
  3. Crime Scene Preservation
  4. Vital Sig ns and Monitoring Devices
  5. Patient’s Contraption s
  6. The Primary Assessment
  7. Assessment of the Trauma Patient (trauma)
  8. Assessment of the Medical Patient (medical)
  9. Reassessment
  10. Critical Thinking and Decision Making
  11. Communication
  12. Documentation
  13. General Pharmacology



PART 1 - Airway Respiration and Artificial ventilation

  1. Airway Management
  2. Respiration and Artificial Ventilation


PART 2 - Medical Emergencies

  1. Respiratory Emergencies
  2. Cardiac Emergencies and Arrhythmias
  3. Basic ECG
  4. Diabetic Emergencies and Altered Mental Status
  5. Hematologic and Renal Emergencies
  6. Abdominal Emergencies
  7. Poisoning and Overdose Emergencies
  8. Behavioral and Psychiatric Emergencies and Suicide
  9. CNS Emergencies
  10. Allergic Reaction


PART 3 – Trauma Emergencies

  1. Bleeding and Shock
  2. Soft Tissue Trauma
  3. Musculoskeletal Trauma
  4. Chest and Abdominal Trauma
  5. Trauma to the Head, Neck, and Spine
  6. Multisystem Trauma
  7. Environmental Emergencies


PART 4 – Special Populations

  1. Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies
  2. Pediatric Emergencies
  3. Geriatric Emergencies
  4. Emergencies for Patients with Special Challenges
  5. Air Medical Evacuation
  6. Medical Emergencies


  2. EMS Operations
  3. Hazardous Materials
  4. Multiple-Casualty Incidents and Incident Management
  5. Highway Safety and Vehicle Extrication
  6. EMS Response to Terrorism


  2. Basic Life Support
  3. Introduction to Advance Cardiac Life Support
  4. Introduction to Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support
  5. Introduction to Tactical Combat Casualty Care
  6. Intro to Intravenous Therapy


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