EMT Course Description
The EMT program content and design is based on the cognitive (classroom), psychomotor (skill), and affective (behavior/values) objectives specified in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Curriculum for EMTs; in addition to being based in accordance with the Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services (KBEMS) regulations and the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). Therefore, once a student successfully completes the EMT Program that student will be eligible to sit for the NREMT examination. Upon gaining NREMT certification, the student will certified by KBEMS as a certified EMT in Kentucky.
We believe learning should be fun and utilize games like Bingo and Jeopardy as a review – NOT death by power point. EMTP’s educators bring years of experience to the classroom to prepare you for the EMS field. Our faculty utilizes a facilitated learning approach that uniquely accommodates different styles of learning, because we understand that all students learn differently. We invite you to take an EMT course that is ‘hands on’ and loaded with action.
- High School Diploma or G.E.D by end of course
- At least 18 years old by end of course
- Active Driver’s License
- Recent TB skin test
- Completed Verified Credentials background check
- Traditional Program (9 hours per week for 16 weeks)
- Boot Camp Program (40 hours per week for 4 weeks)
- Online Program (Complete work at home and meet on campus only 7 days)
What is included in my tuition?
- Student Liability Insurance
- CPR certification
- HIPAA Training & Certification
- NIMS 100 course
- HIV/AIDS Bloodborne Pathogens Training & Certification
- Lab supplies
- Student Identification Card
- Student Uniform Polo
Potential Job Titles:
- Emergency Medical Technician
- Emergency Department Technician
- Medical Representative (Industrial Settings)