Registration is completely online Go to www.code1web.com Click on EMT Practical Examinations Signing Up for Your Exam
Select your examination date • Read the examination details • Enter your instructor’s name • Select “Add to Cart” to continue
What to Expect at your Examination • Five days before your examination an email will be sent to the email address you registered • This email will include your examination appointment time and the stations you will be completing • You must arrive before your appointment time • Should you be running late: • You must contact the Training Director at 860.786.1789 • we will attempt to move you into a later appointment • Late arrivals that have not contacted the Training Director will NOT be admitted into the examination and will forfeit their examination fee
Our Testing Site • Located at 87 Church Street in East Hartford • Central Location in Connecticut • Easily Access from I-84, I-384, I-91, Route 6, Route 44, and Route 15 • Approximate Travel Times: • Enfield, CT – 23 minutes • New Haven, CT – 43 minutes • New London, CT – 59 minutes • Danielson, CT – 61 minutes • Danbury, CT – 63 minutes • Greenwich, CT – 83 minutes
Our Testing Site • Parking is free in any of the lots. • Enter the building through the upper loading dock and follow signs to our office suite.
Once in the Exam Staging area, the Registrar will check your form of identification (explained on the next slide) and will admit you into the examination • You will be directed to each examination room where you will read descriptions of each station prior to starting • THERE IS NO TALKING OR OUTSIDE PAPERS, NOTES, OR BOOKS PERMITTED IN THE STAGING AND EXAMINATION AREAS
What to Bring to Your Examination • Test candidates MUST bring one form of identification to the examination that must: • Be a U.S. or State official ID such as a Passport, Military ID, Driver’s License, or Official Student ID. • Be current and valid • Contain a photo and a signature
What to Expect (continued) • Examinations consist of these stations: • Trauma Assessment • Medical Assessment • Seated Spinal Immobilization • Bag Valve Mask • Cardiac Arrest (AED) • Random Immobilization (Joint, Long Bone, or Supine) • All stations will be evaluated against the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians Basic Level Skill Sheets
What to Expect (continued) • Upon completion of the examination you will sign out with the Registrar • Examination results will be emailed about 5 business days following the test by your instructor • No examination results will be distributed on the day of the exam.
What to Wear • Test candidates are expected to wear business professional attire to the examination • No clothing that identifies the candidate to an organization, agency, or department will be permitted into the examination (i.e. Fire Department shirts) • No hats will be permitted in the examination • Clothing should also be appropriate for the movements and activities being performed (skirts and low cut shirts will not be permitted).
What Not to Bring to Your Exam • No notes, NREMT practical sheets, books, cell phones and other personal electronics, or weapons are permitted into the testing site • Candidates with these items or who talk in staging areas will be dismissed from the examination • Candidates dismissed from an examination forfeit their examination results and testing fees
Group Tutoring Sessions • Group tutoring sessions are available to all candidates. • These sessions are with our classroom instructors and are student driven – we cover whatever you want to go over. • Equipment used in the examination equipment will be available for familiarity. • To attend, add the Group Tutoring session to your cart during checkout. Dates and times are detailed on our website. • Sessions are held every 3 weeks and you can register for as many sessions as you like.
Requesting Special Accommodations • Testing Accommodations may only be provided with authorization from OEMS in advance of the examination • Documentation supporting the need for accommodation must be supplied with the requests • All requests for special accommodation must be made no less than ten (10) business days prior to the examination
Questions? Contact Us Code One Training Solutions, LLC 860.786.1789 email@example.com