450 South 900 East, Suite 200 Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
5248 Pinemont Drive, Suite 206
Murray, Utah 84123
377A South State Street
Clearfield, Utah 84015
560 S State St Suite G6
Orem, Utah 84058
1115 N 200 E, Suite 140
Logan, Utah 84341
The Utah Emergency Medical Training Council has four locations in Utah. Our Main Office is located at 450 South 900 East, Salt Lake City, Utah 84102. Our phone is 801.562.2663.
WARNING: If has come to our attention that there are unscrupulous small schools that are offering CPR from an online only source – most employers in Utah REQUIRE Basic Life Support CPR from a site or center approved by the American Heart Association. Use of these cards and classes is a waste of time and money. We will be posting a list of these schools here in the near future. If you are in doubt, call us. We are experts in CPR training!
Emergency preparedness is not just about food storage. If you want to make a difference in your life, learn to save a life …. in a personal emergency or natural disaster. Taking a class costs about the same as a movie and popcorn, and takes about the same amount of time, yet this small investment can literally make you a hero by knowing what to do before the ambulance arrives.
With our Skills Pass Off dates on Wednesday, earning your BLS CPR has never been easier. Call us for more information. Continue reading
Coming Soon – the Shockingly Simple … to ReStart a Heart Campaign launches February 1, 2013. DID YOU KNOW? Each year more than 300,000 Americans die from Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) – this can affect anyone including young and healthy … Continue reading
Are you looking for a great EMT class? If so, we highly recommend the course offered by Cole Holland Training Center – with a 100% PASS RATE, job placement assistance and the most professional instructors, workshops and ride-alongs in the … Continue reading
This year is an exciting year for the Utah Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. They have been working on and implementing new standards of curriculum that will better educate Emergency Medical Technician’s. In 1996, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration … Continue reading