Who are your instructors?

We believe in consistent instruction and delivery of core critical care content. Based on that, Eric and Ashley Bauer will be your primary instructors. FlightBridgeED is led by Eric Bauer, MBA, FP-C, CCP-C, C-NPT, with 17 years of critical care pre-hospital experience in both ground and air medical transport, and years as a national level speaker and educator. Eric is the author and host of the award-winning FlightBridgeED podcast series and is dedicated to personally investing in each student’s success. Ashley Bauer, MSN, MBA, APRN, NP-C, CFRN, C-NPT brings extensive experience in emergency critical care nursing, air medical transport and is a practicing emergency department nurse practitioner. Her experience in nursing and advanced practice nursing brings a high level of content delivery and an added benefit not seen in other courses.

Military Discounts?

We are fully indebted to all past and current United States Military. As such, we now offer a 15% discount on all regularly priced products and courses.  Sale items will not be included. To take advantage of our military discount, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. a current picture copy of your military ID, statement of service or DD-214 for discharged or retired service members.  Please provide a good phone number to reach you.  We will call you and process your purchase via phone. 

What is the course length?

The course will encompass 36 hours of lecture, test-taking strategy, and periodic knowledge assessment sessions. In addition, FlightBridgeED is the only company in the world that offers a podcast series to supplement their course. The FlightBridgeED podcast focuses on all core critical care content that’s relevant for the FP-C, CCP-C, CFRN, and CTRN exams and is free to anyone wanting to listen and download. This added tool gives students consistent content reinforcement and strengthens retention.

Is the course scheduled or at your own pace?

The course is offered at your own pace. Take the time to sit at home or on shift and work through the course based on your busy schedule or time constants. The course is 100% at your own pace, with overall access to the course for completion for 1-year from purchase. * Single Modules will be available for 3 months from date of purchase and Master Classes will be available for 6 months from date of purchase. 

When will course materials be available to me?

All course materials pertaining to your purchase will be shipped within two business days of purchase to the address you supply in the purchasing process. The online course will be available immediately after purchase.  We have developed an industry-leading course package of content, and instruction that will contain all relevant, and up-to-date material needed to pass your certification exams. You will not need any additional course materials.

How do I access the course once purchased?

Log in to the FlightBridgeED webpage and then click on the University icon at the top, or go to http://university.flightbridgeed.com.

What CE is offered and is this course an approved IBSC course?

The course consists of 36 CE hours for both nurses and paramedics.  This course is approved by the IBSC to meet the requirements of the 16 hours that must be obtained by completing an approved review course for FP-C and CCP-C. Our nursing CE is approved by the Emergency Nurses Association. The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC); Activity number: 190601-KY-CR-1.  All Paramedic CE hours are awarded through the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education - CAPCE.  Please note: If using the 36 CAPCE approved hours for National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians - NREMT recertification, 35 total hours will count toward recertification in the distance continuing education category (F3). This includes 10 F3 CE hours for the "National Component", 10 hours for the "Local or State Component", and 15 hours for the "Individual Component".  Each state nursing or EMS board will have different requirements for distance continuing education hours. As such, please check with your state board for distance CE hour allocation. 

What experience should I have before taking this course?

Although some nursing and paramedic experience is encouraged, there is no set level of experience required for the course. Course content consists of high-level critical care medicine material and may be new to you if you’ve just entered this advanced environment. With that being said, we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver this material in an easy to understand manner similar to the style we use on The FlightBridgeED Podcast. The delivery method is key to understanding and we have invested an enormous amount of time to ensure our students we present the material with clarity and intention.