Ignore the comments on your spelling. I've known some wonderful medics who while filling out their patient care reports ask me how to spell pretty much every word in the thing. Here's the deal with becoming a medic. There are several levels of EMT. As a rule, you have to be an EMT-basic or your state's equivilant before you can become a medic. I would swing by my local fire department. They'll be happy to explain everything to you, and they can recommend some good schools as well. Check with your local community colleges. They generally offer EMT and medic school. Be prepared to work hard. EMT school is pretty quick and painless, but medic school runs a year to two years, and it requires a huge level of dedication. You'll study daily. You'll work hard, and everytime you go to class you'll feel like you're the only one not getting it. Just remember, everybody else is faking it too. Stick with it, and one day as if by magic, all your hard work pays off and everything clicks into place. Hope this helps.