• Cursos de Primeros Auxilios

    Combined Emt-B And Wilderness Emt (Guatemala)

    The equivalent of the UK Ambulance Aid Level 3 professional EMT qualification. Widely accepted in the UK within private and voluntary aid ambulance services & internationally.

Combined EMT-B and Wilderness EMT (Guatemala)

The Combined Emergency Medical Technician course follows the US DoT EMT and AAOS syllabus through the Jones and Bartlett interactive learning materials and challenges the learner from the outset: providing an in depth curriculum backed up with realistic scenario based exercises, multi agency practical exercises and real world patient contact.

The course culminates in a clinical attachment where delegates will work as part of a front line ambulance crew to consolidate their skills and ensure competency and confidence in a truly challenging environment.   

This hybrid course includes additional modules to afford a well rounded curriculum and experience for EMTs wishing to work in challenging industrial and remote settings.

  • NAEMT - Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)/Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC)**
  • NAEMT - PreHospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS)**
  • Enhanced skills for the remote medic (Fluid resuscitation, airway management, needle decompression*)
  • Environmental (Snake bite anti venom training)
  • Skills labs: IO, IV access & IM injections)
  • Primary health care & tropical diseases module
  • Human modelling lab
  • Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (WEMT Upgrade)

This 16 day course is ideal for the following professions and activities:

  • First Responders wishing to qualify as an ambulance Emergency Medical Technician
  • Close Protection Officers/PSD personnel wishing to develop their pre hospital knowledge and skills (suitable for the executive or hostile environments)
  • Journalists and NGOs working in remote and hostile environments
  • Security staff supporting film crews
  • Expedition leaders and outdoor group leaders/instructors
  • Overland expeditions
  • Oil and Gas sector support staff and Tier 1 (BLS) medics
  • Emergency response teams in the mining sector

The course meets or exceeds the following:

  • First aid requirements for close protection officers/PSD personnel
  • UK Mountain Training Awards Scheme first aid requirements (i.e. Mountain Leader, Single Pitch Award, Mountain Instructor Award etc)
  • Tier 1 Medic for the Oil and Gas sector
  • US Outdoor Leader/Mountain Guide Wilderness First Aid requirements
  • Ambulance EMT (AREMT accepted internationally by various states and private companies) 

Throughout the course each theory module is backed up by practical workshops and scenarios which medics are likely to encounter on operations, such as; cardiac arrest, road traffic collisions, building collapse & subsequent crush injuries, gunshot and blast wounds along with dehydration, breathing dificulties, low blood sugar and fractures.

Course Content

  • Ambulance operations 
  • Responsibilities of the First Responder / EMT 
  • Patient assessment 
  • Triage 
  • Managing trauma 
  • Managing medical conditions 
  • Pharmacology 
  • Moving and handling 
  • Spinal injury management 
  • Catastrophic haemorrhage 
  • Shock 
  • Special populations 
  • Environmental: Heat illness, cold injury, the effects of altitude, bites and stings 
  • Anti venom administration 
  • Intravenous Cannulation
  • Intraosseous cannulation 
  • Fluid resuscitation
  • Transport and patient monitoring 
  • Managing penetrating chest injuries (needle decompression)* 
  • Oxygen administration and airway management 
  • Basic life support 
  • Defibrillation 
  • Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) protocols**
  • Advanced airway management
  • Packaging and documentation 
  • Human modelling lab
  • Helicopter safety
  • Remote area jungle exercise 
    ..... and much more

*Knowledge and skills outside of the EMT syllabus. These elements are shown for the EMT to assist the paramedic or for use under medical direction in remote and hostile areas 


Successful completion of the course culminates in the award of the following baseline qualifications:

  • Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical technicians – Emergency Medical Technician
  • American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) - Wilderness EMT Upgrade (WEMT)
  • ASHI - CPR Pro (Healthcare Professional CPR & AED)

**Additional Qualifications Available (including additional certification fee):

  • NAEMT - Prehopsital trauma Life Support (PHTLS)
  • NAEMT - Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) or Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC)

In order to receive the NAEMT manual and certification, an additional fee of $230 is charged per certification.

Course Duration

16 days:

14 days training, 2 days ambulance attachments (minimum) with the option to extend the ambulance attachments to 7 days at no additional cost

The course includes:

  • Accommodation in a 4 star hotel 
  • Breakfast 
  • Lunch 
  • AAOS EMT manual (Emergency Care of the Sick and Injured)
  • AAOS/Jones and Bartlett Interactive learning (Navigate) materials, including:Distance learning materials
  • eBook
  • Study centre
  • Assessments
  • Lectures
  • Simulations/videos
  • Adaptive learning 
  • SOS EMT Certification
  • AREMT EMT Registration and certification  (Certificate, provider card, EMT patch)
  • AREMT discounts and offers
  • Delegate portfolio of evidence 
  • ASHI Wilderness manual and certification
  • Ambulance attachments (3-7 days) 
  • EMT uniform



This course is the equivalent of the UK Ambulance Aid Level 3 qualification which is a professional EMT qualification. It is widely accepted within the UK within private and voluntary aid ambulance services (including the Red Cross), along with international ambulance services in: Saudi Arabi, Dubai, SE Asia and Latin America and is widely accepted by security companies operating in the Middle East and Africa in close protection, demining roles, oil & gas and mining operations. AREMT are able to provide a list of companies who are currently employing or recruiting personnel with AREMT certifications/registrations.


Course Location

Guatemala, Central America

Entry Requirements

  • Good general health (illness and injury free)
  • Basic first aid
  • Enhanced CRB/Criminal records check
  • Relevant vaccinations (for Guatemala and the healthcare environment)


$4,800 (including the above and tax)


2 - 17 April 2018 
2 - 17 July 2018
1 - 16 October 2018

5 days additional ambulance attachments are available at no extra cost