Did you know...Employment of emergency medical technicians and paramedics is expected to grow as much as 35 percent through 2010.
EMT-B Admissions Procedure
How to apply
The Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) certificate program is one semester and limited-access. To enroll, candidates must:
The program is approximately $1,800 for in-state residents. For the complete information, please visit the fee schedule in the College Catalog.
How to enroll
Upon completion of the application and submission of required documentation, students will receive a letter within 3-5 business days inviting them to the mandatory orientation session. Students accepted into the program will be invited to the orientation. Students who are on stand by will also be invited to attend the orientation; however, their admission is not guaranteed. The orientation session will take place approximately 10 days after letters are received. Students will sign registration form at orientation that will be submited to Records and Registration.
About the Program
Classes are held four or two days per week. Day and night programs are available. Laboratory and lecture may rotate throughout the week. EMT Practicum (clinical) hours will be scheduled by the student during times when lectures or labs are not scheduled.
The program is offered each term at the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus and based on student interest and enrollment at the Oviedo Campus. Classes follow the college's term schedule: Fall (August-December); Spring (January-April); and Summer (May-August).
*Oviedo classes are offered based on student interest and enrollment.
Professional liability insurance is required for EMT and paramedic students and is included in the tuition costs. Seminole State does not provide medical insurance for the student, and it is the student's responsibility.
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