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Critical Care Review Course (Online)

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Prepare for your Flight Paramedic (FP-C®) or Critical Care Paramedic (CCP-C®) Certification with our comprehensive 40-hour online course, meticulously crafted by Physician Assistants and Paramedics immersed in critical care and flight specialties. This self-paced program equips you with essential knowledge and skills crucial for success in these demanding fields.


Throughout the course, you will delve into advanced concepts of patient assessment, critical care pharmacology, airway management, and trauma care specific to pre-hospital environments. Our instructors lean on their experience to provide practical insights and decision-making strategies tailored to high-stress situations.

Throughout the program, we will guide you through the latest protocols and evidence-based practices, ensuring you're well-prepared to handle the complexities of critical care transport and emergency response. From understanding advanced life support techniques to mastering communication within multidisciplinary teams, each lesson is designed to enhance your competence and confidence.

By the end of the program, you'll not only be prepared to sit for the exams from the IBSC for certification but also gain a deep understanding of the responsibilities and challenges faced by flight and critical care paramedics. Join us on this educational journey and elevate your career in emergency medical services today.


Pre-requisites: EMT-P 

Course Delivery: The course is self-paced online. The course textbook is the Critical Care Transport, 3rd edition.


  • 40 hours, self-paced

  • À la carte individual sections available


  • Online


  • Paramedic, RN, PA, MD


 Students Will Recieve:

  • 40 Hours CAPCE Credit

  • IBSC FP-C/TP-C Prep or Recert Hours


  • $350 for the complete course

  • $15 per chapter

TMP Students Treating A Casualty
TMP Students Preparing To Evacuate
TMP Students Rigging a Skedco
TMP Students Working With SWAT
TMP Student Directing Care Of Others
TMP Students Loading An Aircraft
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