Critical Care Transport Course

This 72-hour program provides healthcare personnel advanced didactic and clinical experiences that pertain to critical care environments. The course includes classroom, hands-on skills practice and simulations. Purchase book prior to class.

The focus of the course is to prepare the paramedic to complete the FP-C or CCP-C examinations (requirement for Colorado P-CC endorsement) and the RN for the CFRN examination. Additionally, the course serves as a complete refresher for both the NREMT and Colorado paramedic certifications.

See below for optional clinical experience information.

Why is this different than other programs?

This program offers a unique and comprehensive approach to advanced level care and includes one-on-one time with physicians and surgeons. The optional clinical time is provided in the ED, ICU, NICU, OB, and PICU units.

Prerequisites which must be verified at the first class:

  • Current licensure/certification:
    • Paramedic, RN, or Respiratory Therapist; PA;
    • CPR Healthcare Provider, ACLS Provider

Course Only Information


add to cartMon-Sat, Nov 6-11 & Mon/Tue, Nov 13-14, 8 weeks  ACC Littleton Campus
EMSS 5003F01-68008                                         $1,199, plus book

Classes are held at the Littleton Campus of Arapahoe Community College, 5900 So Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, CO 80120. Upon receiving registration and payment, you will be sent a parking permit for classroom location details approximately one week prior to the start of class.

Optional Clinical Experience Information

An optional clinical experience is available and can be added to the Critical Care Course Curriculum for an added fee. This experience will expose students to ICUs, specialty centers, and permit one on one contact with physicians.  The goal of the clinical experience is to reinforce the content presented in the course and provide real-world exposure to the patients typically seen in the critical care environment. More information about this optional component will be available prior to class start date.

For course content and optional clinical information, please call the Don Stroup at 303.797.5233 or email

For registration questions, please call 303.797.5722 or email