EME 100

Emergency Medical Responder (EME 100)

EME 100 is the pre-requisite course to our EME 106 course.

This 3-unit course covers national curriculum for Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) training.  Includes the study and application of emergency medical skills and procedures, including basic anatomy and physiology, terminology, and prevention of disease transmission.  CPR certification from the American Heart Association.

Upon completion of the EME 100 course, you will be eligible to take the Emergency Medical Technician (EME 106) course.

Special Circumstances:

If you are Active Duty or a Veteran, you are eligible to skip over the EME 100 course and go straight into the EME 106 course if you possess the following:

  • You must meet one of the following pre-requisites:
    • Combat Life Saver (CLS) Certification
    • TCCC
    • Corpsman
    • Previous EMT experience
  • AND have a current BLS/CPR Certification for Healthcare Providers
    • BLS/CPR certs can be obtained through the Naval Hospital or out in town through the American Red Cross or American Heart Association

Camp Pendleton Course Information and Schedule:

Our EME 100 courses on base are in an 8-week, hybrid course layout.  “Hybrid” means that the course will take place both online and in-person, with 4 class sessions meeting face-to-face on Saturdays throughout the 8-week session.

Next available EME 100 courses on Camp Pendleton:

Spring 2019:

April 1, 2019 through May 25, 2019 (Fast Track 2)


EME 100 Tuition and Additional Fees:

Tuition and fees for this course are listed below.  Please note that this is an estimated amount.  We highly recommend applying for Financial Aid through FAFSA to help pay for this course.

  • Tuition: $138
    • Could be covered by the California Promise Grant (Formally known as the BOGW) by applying for FAFSA.
  • Student Fees: $51.70**
  • Book: $100**
  • Total: $289.70
  • Total w/ California Promise Grant: $151.70

* * Items above could be covered my Financial Aid if qualified.  These items are also highly priced.  You can purchase a used book or rent the book at a cheaper price and same with uniforms- you do not have to purchase the most “expensive” items for your uniform.  They just need to meet the requirements! Those requirements will be outlined at your orientation before the class start date.


If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact Palomar College Camp Pendleton at cppen@palomar.edu