Meet our Educators



Mr. Avery Jacob


Mr. Avery Jacob has had a remarkable career progression in Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Starting as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), he advanced to roles such as Clinical auditor supervisor and later became the Medical Advance Post Manager for the Tobago Emergency Management Agency. Notably, he was the first person in Tobago to achieve the Advance Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) qualification with the National Registry of EMT’s (USA). Mr. Jacob then continued onwards to the Paramedic Advanced Diploma programme with the Emergency Training Institute of T&T.

With over twenty-four years of experience in pre-hospital care and medical health services, Mr. Jacob possesses extensive knowledge and skills for on-land and offshore medical emergencies. He serves as the Lead Educator at the Emergency Training Institute of Trinidad and Tobago (ETITT) for EMS Tertiary Educational programs & coordinates the EMS Continuing Educational programs at both basic and advanced levels. Additionally, he completed his EMS Educator course with Creighton University EMS USA, the National Association of EMT’s (NAEMT) and AHA BLS, ACLS & PALS courses

In 2017, he completed the Critical Care Flight Paramedic course through Creighton University (USA) and is currently pursuing his BSc degree with Columbia Southern University in EMS Management.

Mr. Andy Brijmohansingh


Mr.Brijmohansingh has been involved in emergency medical services for over eleven years. Over those years he has accumulated a wealth of knowledge regarding the EMS culture and practices in Trinidad and Tobago.

Andy has served as an Emergency Medical Technician, preceptor, supervisor and Paramedic. During his tenure he has captured valuable experience that has helped to shape his career and me as a person. Mr. Brijmohansingh has served as an EMS Educator with the Emergency Training Institute of T&T for the past ten years. He also has the responsibility of clinical co-ordination for Paramedic students.

In addition to the EMS programmes, he actively teaches on a variety of continuing education courses such as Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Paediatric Advanced Life Support.

Recently, he completed his Critical Care Paramedic at Creighton University Nebraska, United States and is currently enrolled in an MSc programme in the discipline of Emergency Management and Resilience through a university in the UK.

Emergency Medical Services and its education is truly a labour of love & Mr.Brijmohansingh tries to convey that along with his passion for EMS to students and patients. For him, it Is all about being a good human and helping others better themselves. Mr.Brijmohansingh is now employed with the Government of Turks & Caicos as the Director of EMS. We wish him all the best in his new role.

Samuel Jemmot


Mr. Jemmott is a Registered Mental Health Nurse and has been an EMS Educator at the Emergency Training Institute Trinidad and Tobago (ETITT) for the past five years in the areas of Tertiary and Continuing Educational programmes at the basic and advanced levels. He received his Advanced- EMT Training from ETITT, his EMS Instructor Certificate from Creighton University EMS, Bachelor of Science Nursing Education from The University of the West Indies and a Post Grad Diploma Instructional Design and Technology from The University of the West Indies Open Campus.

He maintains professional memberships with a number of organizations inclusive of National Association Emergency Medical Technician (NAEMT), National Association Emergency Medical Services Educators (NAEMSE), Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses Association (TTRNA) and Emergency Nursing Association (ENA).

Carl Carty
Lab Facilitator


Carl Carty’s life has been defined by a deep commitment to service, both to his country and to the safety of its people. From his early days in the Military, through his pivotal roles in maritime security and to his current career as a certified Emergency Medical Technician, Carl has consistently shown dedication, leadership, and an unwavering sense of duty.

Mr. Carty’s journey into Military service began in 1989 when he joined the Trinidad and Tobago Defense Force. After his dedicated service in the military, he continued to seek ways to make a positive impact on his community. He embarked on a new career path, completing his Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification with the Emergency Training Institute of T&T (ETITT) and become Registered with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT) in the United States.

His commitment to service serves as an inspiration to others, reminding us all of the power of dedication and the importance of giving back to our community and country. Mr. Carty is presently pursuing his Advanced Diploma in Paramedicine with ETITT and currently functions as the Course Delivery Assistant & Lab Facilitator with the ETITT.