Emergency Medical Services Professionals or EMT’s care for the sick or injured in emergency or medical situations. People’s lives often depend on the fast and thoughtful actions made my EMT’s on the job. The work of an EMT can be strenuous and stressful, sometimes assisting with life or death situations. Do you have what it takes?
17 credits with program transfer opportunities to Paramedic, Advanced EMT, Medical Assistant or Nursing Degrees.
Students will learn how to respond to emergency situations and provide emergency medical assistance through:
For more course information regarding course workload and college credits, please view: Emergency Medical Services Certificate
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USDE Professional Licensure Disclosure
The Pine Technical and Community College EMS Professional curriculum is designed to help prepare students to sit for the professional licensure exam for Minnesota. At this time, Pine Technical and Community College is unable to make a determination if the EMS Professional program meets the licensing requirement for any state or US protectorate besides Minnesota. You will want to contact the licensing board in which state you intend to pursue licensure for their requirements, below we provide a link to a list of each states licensing board. If you have further questions about licensure for the EMT program please feel free to reach out to John Singh at 320.629.5185 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will be happy to help you.
For more information on state licensing boards and their contact information for EMT program go to:
Source: Bureau of Labor Statisitcs