This program is designed to provide entry level training into the pre-hospital or hospital setting. Students will learn basic skills and will be competent in functioning in the emergency setting as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
EMT Program Description:
The 300 Clock hour program consists of 176 hours of lecture/lab and 124 hours of clinical externship, which provides real time clinical experience in an Emergency Room and on 911 transport ambulance/rescue units. This course is designed to follow the requirements set by the new EMS Educational Standards. The course uses lectures, labs and externship environments to prepare. Then with successful completion of this program each student will be issued a diploma.
EMT Program Prerequisites:
Students must maintain a current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers card from the American Heart Association or equivalent.
Complete general admission requirements which are outlined in our program catalog.