Cost: $1,400* (GI Bill)
Mon, Tue & Thu: 6:00p – 10:00p
Occasional Sat: 9:00a – 1:00p
07/26/2022 – 12/10/2022
Saturdays: Aug. 13 & 27, Sept. 10 & 24, Oct. 8 & 22, Nov. 5 & 19,Dec. 3 & 10
01/12/2023 – 06/03/2023
Saturdays: Jan. 28, Feb. 11 & 25, Mar. 11 & 25, Apr. 8 & 22, June 3
The EMT course is 184 hours of classroom instruction and 20 hours at clinical sites. This course prepares individuals to serve on rescue squads, ambulance services and ﬁre departments. The EMT course uses the new National EMS Education Standards and the National EMS Scope of Practice Model as adopted by the Ohio State EMS Board. Instruction includes cognitive and hands-on skills training. The class is presented by MCCC in conjunction with Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital under Accreditation #122. Clinical rotations will be held at Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital Emergency Room and with the Medina Life Support Team. National Career Readiness Certiﬁcate. Prerequisite: HS diploma/GED, current Ohio driver’s license, passing score on entrance exam.
Prerequisite: HS diploma/GED, current Ohio Driver’s License, passing score on entrance exam.Please contact the MCCC Adult Education Office for details.
- Required text book: Prehospital Emergency Care (11th Edition); by Joseph J. Mistovich and Keith J. Karren Ph.D. available at www.bradybooks.com or amazon.com
- TB Test required prior to clinical rotation.
- 184 hours of instructional time
- 20 hours of clinical rotation at Medina Hospital Emergency Room
- Hands-on practice in a lab setting
- Uniform Shirt
- Registry Exam: National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians
- Job placement assistance available
Learning Modules Include:
- National EMS Education Standards
- National EMS Scope of Practice Model
- Safety and Wellness
- Patient Assessment
- Cardio Emergencies
- Trauma Skills
- Multiple Casualty
Job Outlook According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (SOC Code 29-2041): Employment of emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics is projected to grow 24 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations. Emergencies, such as car crashes, natural disasters, and acts of violence, will continue to create demand for EMTs and paramedics. Demand for part-time, volunteer EMTs and paramedics in rural areas and smaller metropolitan areas will also continue.