Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic

 

Program Description

 

The EMT Basic Program, offered in collaboration with Kellogg Community College (KCC), is the entry point for individuals who are interested in working on the ambulance in the pre-hospital setting, those interested in a career where they need to be trained as a first responder, or students that may have an interest in becoming a paramedic.  Students will learn immediate medical care techniques for the critically ill/injured person, including Airway Management, CPR, AED Auto Rescue/Extrication, Water Rescue and Emergency Childbirth.  CPR Certification and EMT Certification are available for students who successfully complete the program and pass the state exams.  In addition to classroom and lab time, students will be required to complete the following out of school hours: 40 clinical hours, basic water rescue and extrication training.  This program has prerequisites.              

 

This program is available to seniors only.

 

Related Careers

 

  • EMT
  • AEMT
  • Paramedic
  • Medical Careers
  • Medical Lab Technician
  • Medical Assistant
  • Public Safety Officer

 

Program Staff

 

Larry Wagner

Instructor

wagnerl@kellogg.edu