Lansing Community College

Instructor/Coordinator Overview

The Instructor/Coordinator Program is the next step for EMS professionals looking to share their knowledge and experience. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services EMS Instructor/Coordinator exam. Once licensed graduates may teach both initial and continuing education courses.

Admission Criteria

  • Currently licensed as an MFR, EMT-B, EMT-S, or EMT-P with the state of Michigan

Note: Three years of EMS experience with a life support agency are required in order to apply for Michigan I/C licensure.

State website for licensure

Highlights of the program

  • The Instructor/Coordinator program is held 100% online including 3 days of online-real-time instruction.
  • Opportunities to complete student teaching hours are available at multiple agencies across the state.

Steps to Apply & Register for the Instructor/Coordinator Courses

  • step 1 icon

    Apply to LCC

    Complete the admissions application to become an official LCC student. Once you click "apply now", you will be asked to create an admissions login and to select an admission type. If your first time coming to LCC is for the I/C program, choose guest or transfer student on your LCC application. To complete the application, you will need to know you SSN, email address and address of residence.

    Apply Now

    How to Apply to LCC

  • step 2 icon

    Activate Account

    Now that you're in, activate your LCC account to get access to your email and important information from the College.

    To activate your account, you will need the LCC Student ID number you received after you applied.

    Activate Your Account

    Account Activation

  • step 3 icon


    Placement levels are required in order to register for classes. The I/C Course requires a Reading Level of 5 and a Writing Level of 6 on the student's account prior to department approval. You can check if you currently have levels in reading, writing, and math in the profile tab of your myLCC account. If you do not currently have any levels there are a few ways you can establish levels:

    Use the form below to submit these documents, all documentation must include your full name and test date.Process time is one to three business days. Notification of the completion of your request will be sent to your LCC email.

    • College transcript (unofficial is acceptable) or proof of degree
    • High school transcript (within 10 years from graduation)
    • SAT, PSAT (if you have not yet taken the SAT), ACT, ASVAB, AP, or CLEP test scores
    • GED test scores (within the last 3 years)

    If you are not able to access any of the above documents, you can take our placement tests.

    Waiver Information

    Assessment Directions

  • step 4 icon

    Complete the I/C Program Application

    Once you have completed the college's general application, you may apply to the I/C Program.

    To get started with a new application, or to access an existing/saved application, please click the link below.

    I/C Program Application

    EMS training
  • step 5 icon

    Register for Classes

    Upon successful completion of steps 1-4, the EMS Program Office will place a department approval on your account and send you instructions via your LCC student email on how to register for classes.

    4 students posing for a photo


HHS Building Exterior Glass

Contact Us

Emergency Medical Technician and Paramedic

Health and Human Services Division Office

HHS Building, 108
517-483-1508 fax

Additional Contact