Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Technical Certificate
Type: Tech Cert
Major Code: EMT-CC
Educational Plan: EMT-CC
This is a one-semester (12 credits) program of classroom lecture, practical skill laboratory and patient clinical experience designed to prepare students for employment as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). The practical skill laboratory (3 credits) includes application practice and performance evaluation in simulated patient care situations. The clinical application (2 credits) provides patient care opportunities with pre-hospital emergency care providers and in-hospital settings.
The curriculum encompasses the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Standard Curriculum for the EMT and meets the requirements of the Florida Department of Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. All EMT students must submit a national criminal background check and complete the PERT examination prior to acceptance into the program. Students must not have been convicted of a crime as listed in the EMS student handbook, which is available in the EMS Department. EMS 1119, EMS 1119L and EMS 1431 must all be completed during the same term. Successful completion of EMS 1119, EMS 1119L and EMS 1431, with an overall grade of "C" (80 percent) in each course, qualifies students to complete the National Registry Certification Examination and the Florida EMT Certification.
This is a limited-access program. Candidates must:
This certificate is upward compatible with the A.S. degree, Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes for the term.
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