Open Menu

EMS Educational Methodology

EMS Education Admin Level II

This course will prepare individuals to be knowledgeable in areas of EMS course administration, planning, coordination and delivery; curriculum development; staff/instructor supervision; and academic institutional accreditation. Course content will include identifying teaching and learning outcome measures and validating graduate outcome measures as required by licensing and certification agencies. This course is one requirement of the North Carolina Office of EMS to become a Level II EMS instructor.

Class Dates


For More Information

Contact EMS Program Director Joe Wincklhofer at (910) 410-1840 or

EMS Education Instructor

This 56-hour hybrid course will prepare students to effectively instruct Emergency Medical Science educational courses. EMS students in the EMS classroomThere will be both classroom lecture and online assignments.

Class Dates

June 11 - July 24 | 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. | Scotland County Campus

Requirements to Enroll

Students must have current NC EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic credential plus three years of clinical experience at which you are seeking your Level 1 Instructor credential. For example, if you have only been a Paramedic for a year but have 3 or more years at the EMT level, you are not currently eligible to be a Level 1 Paramedic Instructor but you are eligible to be credentialed as a Level 1 EMT Instructor after 100 hours of teaching. Once you meet the three years of field experience as a Paramedic requirement and have 100 hours of Paramedic teaching time, you can upgrade to Level 1 Paramedic Instructor.

Course Costs

  • Tuition fee: $180 (fee waived for qualified students)
  • *Textbook: Foundations of Education: An EMS Approach, Third Edition - ISBN is 9781284145168 - You need the book on the first day of class!

*Scholarships may be available to offset costs.

To Sign Up

Complete application and bring to either the Hamlet Campus or Scotland County Campus to register for the class. For more information, call Student Services at (910) 410-1700.


Program Links