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Corvallis Non-Credit EMT Winter 2020
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Mandatory Orientation: November 6, 2019 at Lane Community College – Main Campus
Estimated date range: January 4, 2020 – March 14, 2020
Specific Class Meetings:
- Monday and Thursday, 6:00 P.M. – 10:00 P.M. (1800-2200)
- Saturdays, 8:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M. (0800-1400)
- Additional 16 hours MANDATORY lab time at Lane Community College – Main Campus
Registration is closed. Sign up on with the EMT Program Mailing List to get notifications when the dates are posted. Payment for tuition fee will be due in full at the time of registration.
Fee Estimations (subject to changes)
- Tuition $1800 – includes course fees, uniform, and class materials/supplies
- Certified Profile (Immunization and Compliance Requirement Database)
- $35 – includes processing and storage of requirement documentation
- $90 – includes background check and urinalysis
- These are mandatory for hospital clinical time, field internship, and to perform invasive procedures in class.
- State Certification Application (payable to the State of Oregon) – $110
- National Registry of EMT’s (NREMT) Application/Testing Fee (payable to NREMT)- $70
- Text Books (see descriptions below):
- EMT – ~$110 – (More information at orientation)
- Anatomy and Physiology – ~Various Costs – the requirement is for the student to have access to anatomy and physiology books/resources, but there is flexibility in what the student obtains. It would be reasonable for a student to buy a used set of books for under $10.
- We have listed fees here to help students plan. Be aware that minor cost adjustments or possible new State fees may be required. We reserve the right to make these adjustments and this information sheet should not be considered a contract.
TBA (Corvallis, Oregon)
What to Expect
The EMT class is a very intense but rewarding course. This course requires quite a bit of commitment and study. We have very high expectations of both student preparedness and performance. We are looking for candidates that are ready and willing to give their full attention to their study of EMS. There will be a significant amount of reading and homework throughout this course. You should plan to spend several hours a week studying and perfecting your skills. Though this will have an impact on your daily life, it can be accomplished even if you work and/or have a family, as long as you plan your study time well (i.e. a little bit of quality study per day). This course is designed to move quickly. It is important for students to keep up with the material. Falling behind will make it impossible to successfully pass the class.
Clinical and Internship:
Students will complete both clinical rotations at a hospital and a field internship with an agency. These will be set up through the class. Students may not attempt to set up their own time. Students will have specific objectives to meet at each of the settings. Skills will be documented and preceptors will give evaluations on student performance. Further details will be discussed in class.
The EMT course is a significant investment in your EMS/Fire career and knowledge. We teach this course with the goal of trying to ensure the EMT is properly trained and ready to deliver high quality care to a patient, with confidence, effectiveness, efficiency, and compassion; and to ensure the EMT student understands and possesses the tools to work as an EMT.
The previously outlined information should help you to understand what I expect out of my students, and what you should be able to expect out of the class. Once you commit to this experience, be prepared for hard work, quality study, and (yes) quite a bit of fun learning and experiencing this side of EMS.
Hope to see you in class.
Email me if you have more questions on this course: EMS@lanecc.edu