Texas EMS Jurisprudence

Online Texas EMS Jurisprudence required by the State of Texas.

Program Overview

Beginning in 2017, all EMS personnel in Texas must complete an EMS jurisprudence exam approved by the Department of State Health Services before submitting a renewal application. An EMS jurisprudence examination is a CE course covering information about Texas EMS Laws and Rules.

Texas EMS School provides excellent Continuing Education to the EMS community including the Texas state-mandated EMT Jurisprudence course.  If your organization has a need for specific customized continuing education, contact Texas EMS School to find out how we can help.

What You'll Learn

Quick Facts

Program Cost

$0

Texas EMS School is proud to offer Texas EMS Jurisprudence training at no-cost to First-Responder Organizations, Departments, and EMS professionals in Texas.

Upcoming Courses

On-Demand Access. Start any time.

How It Works

Step 1:

Online
Coursework

You’ll attend a hands-on Skills Lab where you’ll have an opportunity to learn, practice, and demonstrate your EMS skills.

Step 2:

Hands-On
Skills Lab

You’ll attend a hands-on Skills Lab where you’ll have an opportunity to learn, practice, and demonstrate your EMS skills.

Step 3:

Clinical & Field Training

You’ll attend a hands-on Skills Lab where you’ll have an opportunity to learn, practice, and demonstrate your EMS skills.

Online Coursework

Online Coursework That Works Around Your Schedule.

You’ll participate in Clinical Experiences and Field Experiences at first-responder organizations and major hospitals in Texas. Check the Map of Clinical Sites available to find the location nearest to you. During this phase of the program, you’ll gain hands-on experience and have an opportunity to put your skills into practice through real patient contact, while guided by experienced EMS and medical personnel.

The Axon program includes 48 hours of ambulance-based field experience and 24 hours of clinical experience in a hospital emergency.

Hands-On Skills Lab

Skills Lab

During the hands-on Skills Lab, you’ll have an opportunity to practice, receive feedback on, and demonstrate your EMT psychomotor skills. You’ll also have access to our video-based skills training library, online resources, and experienced EMT instructors to help you feel confident in your EMT skills.

To complete this portion of the program, you’ll be required to attend a two day Skills Lab conducted by Texas EMS School. Contact a student services advisor to find out about dates and locations that may work best for you.

Upcoming Skills Lab Dates

Clinical & Field Training

Hands-On Training Designed to Work Around Your Busy Schedule

You’ll participate in Clinical Experiences and Field Experiences at first-responder organizations and major hospitals in Texas. Check the Map of Clinical Sites available to find the location nearest to you. During this phase of the program, you’ll gain hands-on experience and have an opportunity to put your skills into practice through real patient contact, while guided by experienced EMS and medical personnel.

The Axon program includes 48 hours of ambulance-based field experience and 24 hours of clinical experience in a hospital emergency department. Your student services advisor will work with you to schedule your field experience and clinical internship at one of our partner sites.

If you are currently employed by a fire department, first responder organization, or other healthcare organization; you may be able to complete your field experience or clinical experience through your employer. Contact an student services advisor for details.

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