Welcome to EMS Training Center of Southern Nevada!

Emergency Medical Services is a vital part of any community and we at EMS Training Center recognize how crucial it is to have competent emergency medical professionals, who can quickly recognize, assess, and manage any situation, whether it be minor or life threatening.
The EMS Training Center of Southern Nevada is looking forward to helping you achieve your goals of entering into one of the most exciting and rewarding professions.

A message from the Route 91 Nation...

"As we all know, the one year anniversary of the 1 October tragedy is right around the corner. Most of us will have “Memories” come up on our Facebook profile that can cause severe triggers for some people… previous posts, pictures, videos from one year ago.
Please know you are not alone! And you don’t have to deal with it on your own. There is help available to guide you through the tough weeks ahead. If you already have a therapist, make a plan with that person as to how to best approach what may be hard to deal with. Have a safety plan in place. Do you need additional sessions with that person? Speak up and let them know. It is okay not to be okay. If you only talk to your family physician, they are there to help as well. Let them know what you experience and they will do the best they can to offer support.

In addition, we would like to provide you with some helpful links of places you can reach out to for assistance. Please don’t be shy. It is perfectly normal to feel what you feel and to ask for help. The people at those facilities are trained professionals and WANT to help. It is up to you to accept what is available.
Las Vegas Resiliency Center
https://vegasstrongrc.org
Desert Parkway Behavioral Healthcare Hospital
www.desertparkway.com
Never Give Up Behavioral Health Services
https://nevergiveupbhs.com
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Survivor Support Gatherings are also available on a weekly basis. One is at Desert Parkway Hospital, every Tuesday from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm, and the other one at Stoney’s at Town Square, every Wednesday from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm.
Don’t suffer in silence. Reach out! If you just want to talk to someone, reach out to a family member, friend or this page. We are willing to listen and talk."