Emergency number: 112


We train at the Tallinn Ambulance Training Center

  • ambulance personnel and medical workers, including military medics, family medicine and dental workers;
  • company employees, including first aiders and
  • private individuals, including kindergarten and school students.

In cooperation with the police and rescue services, we organize large-scale exercises and trainings in order to be ready for the changes taking place in society and to practice cooperation between authorities.

  • 200
    Courses a year
  • 30
    In-house trainers and instructors
  • 35
    Doctor / nurse as foreign lecturers

The lecturers and instructors of the training center are experienced specialists from Tallinn Emergency Medical Service Team and partner institutions – Northern Estonia Regional Hospital, Eastern and Western Tallinn Central Hospital, Tallinn Children’s Hospital and Tartu University Clinic. Topics belonging to the police, rescue service and emergency vehicles are taught by specialists from the respective services.

The language of the trainings is predominantly Estonian, but according to the client’s request and the possibilities of the training center, we also conduct trainings in other languages (Russian, English).


The mission of the training center

The Tallinn Tallinn Emergency Medical Service Training Center contributes to the formation of motivated and professional medical workers through skills-enhancing training and promotes citizens’ medical awareness.

The vision of the training center

Tallinn Tallinn Emergency Medical Service Training Center is an open partner in the development and provision of broad-based ambulance work, nursing and other medical trainings according to the needs of the client and society.


I would like to thank your training center for the excellent opportunity to acquire the basic skills necessary for the work of a paramedic at the lectures of specialists who are proficient in their field at a high level! The structure of the training was good, theory alternated with practical exercises, the attitude towards the students was friendly and supportive. Thanks to the lecturers, whose patience and determination made passing the resuscitation module possible! Practice in ambulance brigades was particularly interesting and developing.

Urmas (Paramedic – Firefighter)