Non-Credit EMT

DESCRIPTION:

This is a hybrid training and will include in-class, online, and open practicing labs portions.

Successful completion of this training qualifies candidate to sit for state and national practical and written licensing exams administered locally. This course provides instruction in a variety of medical and trauma related emergencies. This is a demanding course designed for those who will respond to 911 emergencies in an ambulance or fire rescue and will function within an emergency medical services system, often as a volunteer with a local rural fire department. Supplies and equipment used is consistent with the tools of the trade. Fire departments and private ambulance services that respond to 911 emergencies carry very specific equipment and operate within very specific parameters. Students are taught how to apply their skills within this structure.


REQUIREMENTS:

You must be 18 years old. A High School Diploma or GED is required to receive State of Oregon EMT license. 

Immunization & Compliance Requirements: As students in a Healthcare field there are some CDC and Oregon Health Authority requirements. Please start collecting your immunization records. You will get details on the tracking system at your orientation.

American Heart Association Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider: Only the AHA BLS for Healthcare Provider card is accepted. We are offering CPR training for those who do not already have it. Details on our CPR training is available here: Lane EMS CPR

 


NOTICE:

Only credit courses qualify for Financial Aid and are guaranteed to meet educational requirements for student loan deferments, unemployment exceptions, tax credits, and other benefits of being a student. This is a training opportunity not a credit course. While it is the same content material as EMT 151 & 152, there are differences in the requirements/benefits between credit and non-credit type training.


CONTACT US:

Email us if you are interested in more information on this course: ems@lanecc.edu


Trainings:

Corvallis: https://blogs.lanecc.edu/ems/corvallis/

Florence: https://blogs.lanecc.edu/ems/florence/

Wilderness EMT: https://blogs.lanecc.edu/ems/emt/wemt/


 

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