General Program Information The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B) program is split into two levels. In level 1, students will spend 150 hours in a traditional classroom and laboratory setting. Level 2 requires a minimum of 40 hours of clinical experience and a minimum of 20 patient contacts. Students must pass Part 1 with an 80% or better to move onto Part 2.
Admission Criteria *Accurate completion of the application *Tuberculin skin test within the past 12 months or documentation as a previous positive reactor. *Proof of Rubella and Rubeola immunity by positive antibody titers or 2 doses of MMR. *Varicella immunity, by positive history of chicken pox or proof of Varicella immunization. *Proof of Hepatitis B immunization or declination of vaccine. *Clear background check (We will run these once we receive all release forms). *Letter of Intent *A letter of professional recommendation from an employer, instructor, or co-worker in support of your application. Please do not have a friend or family member fill out the letter of recommendation. *$250 deposit paid by April 6, 2018 *Copy of social security card & valid driver's license or picture ID.
Cost *Tuition for the spring 2018 session is $1,150 and can be made into 5 payments. *$250 deposit ($100 is non-refundable) *$80 exam fee can be submitted directly to the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) for certifications.