Mt Nebo was founded to promote quality initial EMT training and continuing education in the field of Public Safety. To date we have been successful in this area by providing EMT courses, Continuing Medical Education, Paramedic courses and Wilderness/Disaster Medicine training to both individuals and agencies in and outside the State of Utah. From Salt Lake City To Provo/Orem to Santaquin, Richfield and out to Moab Mt Nebo is always there to provide high quality EMT Training.
Mt Nebo strives to keep up with the ever changing world of EMS and Public Safety and we are proud of the success our students have experienced in the provision of EMS and Safety to the communities . Our students continue to excel in the field of Emergency Services and have continued their education to become Nurses,Physician
Assistants, Nurse Practitioners , Physicians and many other promising careers.
Mt Nebo offers courses for all ages and educational backgrounds . These courses include : CPR. EMR, EMT Training, Advanced EMT Training, Paramedic, PHTLS, ITLS, Ist Aid, Wilderness First Responder, Reciprocity Training and CME for you and your agencies . Our courses are recognized by Utah BEMS and NREMT for EMT Certification.
Please join us and take the challenge:
The challenge to Educate Yourself and Follow Your Dreams.
Kirk and Margaret Mittelman are the founders of Mt Nebo Training. Over their 41 years serving in EMS they have become leaders and experts in EMS and EMS Education. Kirk and Margaret Mittelman are published authors, National Speakers and just fun to be around. As the founders they built Mt Nebo with the help of the greatest instructors in Utah along with their family into one of the largest providers of EMS Education in Utah.
If you are planning on taking from Mt Nebo Training you will find we have a great instructional staff that begins with our Course Coordinators: Jamie Wilkerson and John Mittelman.
Jamie and John will keep you moving in class and be there for help whenever you need it. They have both continued on where Capt Kirk and Margaret left off.
Jamie and John are both highly regarded in EMS with 18+ years serving the public and providing care in the Emergency Setting.
Mt Nebo offers a great learning environment and will get you to the level you need to provide great care as an EMT, AEMT or Paramedic.
Our instructional staff is second to none. Our staff is made up of experienced EMS providers and trainers who are ready to take you to the next level of EMS. Our staff are Utah and NREMT certified with advanced degrees in Public Safety and Education.
Other schools may say they charge less, so let's compare: Our courses include everything you need to become an EMT or AEMT. The only thing we don't include is your NREMT written testing fees.
With Mt Nebo Training: The Price You See is the Price You Pay.
Mt Nebo Training just makes financial sense.
We offer EMT Training courses both online and face to face to help you get through your EMT Certification.
In today's busy world many of us don't have the time to attend a regular class. With Mt Nebo you can choose when to sit through the training online and get your classwork done on your schedule.
When it comes to working with NREMT the staff at Mt Nebo Training knows how to help you. We have been conducting NREMT Psychomotor Exams for over 20 years and know how to help you prepare for the exams.
All Mt Nebo courses are Utah BEMS approved and we follow Utah and NREMT guidelines for all our curriculum and coursework. You can rest assured when completing your training with Mt Nebo you will be ready for NREMT testing and Utah Certification.
And when you need to recertify Mt Nebo will be here to help you through the process with Utah BEMS and NREMT Certification.
At Mt Nebo we are innovators in adult education, our EMS classes are designed to help you learn and have fun.
Check with our past students, they all will tell you that Mt Nebo offers fun and informative training. Our AEMT Training, EMT Training, AHA courses and CME Classes are all set in a great learning environment that is student friendly.
And if you get bored ask Capt Kirk if you can play with the train set in his office.