EMTS is GI Bill Approved
The Emergency Medical Technician - Basic (EMT-B) course is intended for participants who are pursuing a career in emergency care in pre-hospital and/or hospital environments.
The course consists of a minimum of 152 hours of classroom training which includes lecture and skills instruction. In addition to classroom the student must also complete a minimum of 64 hours of clinical and internship time with area hospitals and fire departments.
Classroom lectures are conducted by physicians, nurses, paramedics and other allied healthcare professionals. Lecture topics include major emergencies and the appropriate care method to be provided. Participants will be instructed on how to perform the following state skills; patient assessment, vital signs, traction splints, spinal immobilization, mechanical aids to breathing, automated external defibrillation, bandaging, splinting, medication delivery, and more.