Emergency Medical Technician EMT (192 Hours)
Designed to train individuals to become emergency medical personnel, this course teaches patient assessment and basic life support techniques. EMT’s can work in private and public business and ambulance services. According to the U.S. Average annual median pay for an EMT is $31,980.00. Successful completion of this course allows the student to take the North Carolina EMT Exam.
The training Includes:
Legal aspects of patient care;
Basic anatomy; Airway management and CPR ;
Bandaging and splinting;
Skull, spine, and chest injuries;
Labor and Delivery
Exposure to cold and heat;
Transferring patients to medical facilities.
Must be at least 18 years of age;
Must present proof of a High School Diploma or GED AND successfully complete a TABE reading assessment at the eleventh-grade level.
Copy of immunization records
Cost of Class:
Tuition/Registration $180 (may be waived with appropriate documentation).
Text: $165. (subject to change).
Liability Insurance (required): $13.
Accident insurance $1.20.
Testing site cost $68.