The EMT program provides two onsite emergency patient management exercises in lieu of an externship at an offsite clinical location. Students have the option of participating in an 8-hour clinical rotation in place of one of the 8-hour emergency patient management exercises. Please consult the SKEMT104 Student Handbook for more information about this option.
This Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Emergency Medical Technology includes the techniques for Emergency Management of the sick and injured in the pre-hospital setting. Upon completion of the 208 clock hour course students will have attained the knowledge to treat frequently encountered emergency medical emergencies including cardiac arrest, stroke, respiratory problems, and diabetic problems to name a few. Additionally student will have knowledge of the proper care procedures for traumatic injuries that can arise from motor vehicle accidents, stabbings, shootings, and assaults. Students will also learn basic pharmacology in order to assist with patient medications.
| ||Clock Hours:||208 |
|SKEMT104||Basic Emergency Medical Technology||160 |
|SKEMT102AB||Basic Emergency Medical Responder||40 |
|SKEMT101||CPR Basic Cardiac Life Support||8 |