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Critical Care Transport Class Series

Sign Up Now!! Registration is open for the Winter/Spring Critical Care Transport Series.  

OHSU/Oregon Tech's Critical Care Transport class series is the first of its kind offering flexible online learning, FP-C and CC-P exam prep, credits toward a paramedic centered BS degree, and hands-on clinical time in various ICU environments.

Critical Care Transport Overview

This two series Critical Care Transport class is designed to prepare the paramedic for advanced critical care on ground and air transports. This includes providing advanced clinical patient assessments and providing invasive care beyond the standard scope of advanced pre-hospital care.

Upon completion of this series the student may take the Certified Flight Paramedic (FP-C) and/or the Certified Critical Care Paramedic (CCP-C) exams held by the International Board of Specialty Certification (IBSC).

The class is designed to bring in experts from different aspects of critical care in order to maximize learning. Later in this winter through spring series the student branches into OHSU clinical rotations with "hands-on" specialized ICU care rotations.


Detailed look at Critical Transport Class Series

Winter Term

EMS 331 Critical Care Transport I:

This 4 credit lecture is held online January through March. This team-taught lecture brings in experts from all professional levels and areas of focus. Many of these subject experts will be with you through your ICU clinical rotations in the spring term.

EMS 381 Critical Care Transport Clinical Practicum I:

This portion of the class is designed to aid in the subjects taught in lecture. On-line learning modules are dedicated to periods associated with concomitant teaching subjects. In class sessions are TBA and set-up to accommodate student work schedule. This lab portion is also designed to prepare the critical care student for upcoming ICU rotations in the spring class. This is a 1 credit lab.

Spring Term

EMS 332 Critical Care Transport II:

This 3 credit lecture is held online April through June. This lecture continues with critical care subjects essential to the class.

EMS 382 Critical Care Transport Practicum II:

This 3 credit clinical portion immerses the student in separate focused ICU environments to solidify learning. ICU environments include; Neurosciences ICU, Medical ICU, Trauma-Surgical ICU and Cardiovascular ICU. Your clinical time in ICU environments is approximately 50 hours.


Registration Timeline:

  • 1. INQUIRY

    Before October

    Email program representative, Deb.Disko@oit.edu and express interest.

  • 2. APPLY

    3rd week of October

    Apply to Oregon Tech (if not already done):

    1. General Admissions – Begin application by third week of October.
    2. Non-Degree Seeking Student – Early November (deadline 1 week prior to the start of classes).
  • 3. APPROVAL

    October-November

    Upon acceptance, email course instructor for registration permission: Adam.Wagner@oit.edu

  • 4. REGISTER

    3rd week of November

    Register for classes – Registration opens 3rd week of November (deadline 1st day of class). Classes fill fast and space is limited. Spots are filled on a first come first serve basis.

  • 5. TEXTBOOKS

    December

    Textbooks can be purchased online through the Oregon Tech Bookstore.

  • 6. ATTEND

    January

    Attend your classes at Oregon Tech.

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What makes our Critical Care Transport series remarkable?

Immersive, Advanced Education

This is not just a test-prep course. This is a real-life prep course.

Faculty Expertise

PhDs, MDs, PAs, NPs, and critical care paramedics providing lectures within their expertise.

Clinical Rotations

50 hours of hands-on clinical rotations in medical, neurosciences, trauma surgical, and cardiovascular ICU.

Flexible Study

We understand that school is not your only activity. Our on-line module and video based learning allows you to work around your schedule.

Integrated Instruction

Often the same ICU specialist providing the lectures for a given topic will also be providing the hands-on clinical rotation in their ICU providing strong instructional continuity between the book work and real-life.

Dedicated Faculty

Adam Wagner, BS NRP FP-C - With over 10 years of teaching and EMS field experience, Adam is dedicated to coordinating this class and creating a streamlined learning environment. Adam makes sure that your questions are answered at the depth you need and that the information is presented in a digestible and applicable manner.

Low Student to Teacher Ratio

We believe that successful and quality learning typically does not happen in a large crowd. Our class series is capped at 15 students to allow for elbow room in your clinical and classroom environment.

College Credits Earned Towards a BS Degree

This class series contributes to the completion of an Emergency Medical Services centered Bachelor of Science degree.

National Certification

You want to be ready for national critical care certification exams, flight or ground? No problem! For more details, please visit the International Board of Specialty Certification website.

Still have questions? Contact us


Adam Wagner, Faculty Instructor

For course-specific questions

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