Date(s) - January 11, 2021 - May 10, 2021
Days: M, TH, or online
The EMT course has been developed to prepare individuals to provide quality pre-hospital emergency care. This course is the minimum standard to be a primary attendant on a transport ambulance service. This course will cover the 2019 EMT Scope of Practice changes.
Modules presented include:
- Preparation of the EMT
- Airway Management
- Patient Assessment
- Medical/Behavioral Emergencies
- Infants and Children
- Ambulance Operations
- Additional skills
Clinical time at an emergency room is required in addition to the classroom/online hours. College credit is available.
Prerequisites: Must be 17 years old at the start of class, be proficient in reading, writing, and speaking English, and physically capable of performing basic EMT skills. The student must bring a credit or debit card the first night for completion of the on-line background check. EMS219 is a Prerequisite to EMS225.
|EMS211||Online with several mandatory Saturdays||1-11/5-9||Online||Online||$1,500|
|EMS225||M, TH||1-10/5-5||7pm-10pm||Building H, NCC Campus||$1,500|
|EMR||Online with several mandatory Saturdays||1-11/5-9||Online||Online||$900|
Please submit an application for admission.
(You will want to select “Associate of Arts: Non-Degree Seeking” for your Academic Program)
Uniform, closed toe shoes, and a watch with a second hand are required for the clinical portion of the course. Clinical sites to be announced at class.
All of these courses may require attendance on one Saturday.
NREMT Testing is schedules at the end of each Semester.
CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS
Background Checks will be conducted the first night of class.
Please contact Kevin Miller for more information 712-324-5061 ext. 231 or email
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