Education & Training
Specialized Classes To Help You Refine Your Skills & Retain Your Certifications
Training and Education
Learn to save a life! Paramedics Unlimited offers emergency medical training tailored to your needs. Whether you’re looking for CPR/First Aid certification or an in-home safety class, Paramedics Unlimited is your one stop shop for all your medical and safety needs. Our instructors are all career firefighters and emergency medical providers with years of experience in their fields. Don’t miss the opportunity to be trained by instructors with real-world experience who look forward to sharing their knowledge with you.
Our mobile training team delivers training to you in your office or place of work, or any other suitable setting. Our instructors have many years experience in delivering high quality training courses, in addition to EMS and firefighter experience. This means they are the best qualified to transfer their EMS skills to you. Call for an estimate, we look forward to discussing all your options with you.
Phil Wurr is a Firefighter Captain with 14 years of medical experience, firefighter experience, and 11 years of teaching at a community college. He started as an EMT in 2004 and became a paramedic in 2007. Phil is a highly skilled Instructor and has been teaching CPR, ACLS, PALS, EMT and paramedic classes at Paradise Valley Community College and fire departments for over 12 years. Phil is passionate about emergency medicine and loves teaching. He believes community education and classes tailored to the participants’ needs help keep our communities safe and save lives.
Scott Razo has been a firefighter since 2005 and an EMT and a firefighter since 2003. Prior to this he started with the US Forest Service in 2003. Scott is a member of the technical rescue and hazardous materials response teams with the Fire Department, and he is also a member of the FEMA Response Team. He is a highly skilled Instructor and has taught CPR/First Aid since 2003. He is also an Instructor for a Technical Rescue Program, Hazardous Materials Program, and the Heavy Rescue Program, and is part of the USAR Search and Rescue Program, which is funded by Homeland Defense. In addition Scott is part of the JHAT Team (Joint Hazardous Awareness Team) for the various special events that are hosted by the valley and surrounding cities. When he isn’t teaching a class Scott enjoys fishing, cycling and mountain biking.