This is an intensive course in pre-hospital emergency care that complies with the National EMS Education Standards and Utah State Bureau of Emergency Medical Services for EMTs. Students successfully completing this course may be eligible for state certification as an EMT. There are 130-150 hours of class, 10 hours of clinical in a hospital and ambulance association, and approximately 15 hours of patient assessments (100) required of each student. Additional State and college fees apply.
Please note: Technical, academic, and physical standards for this course are outlined in the Declaration of Understanding of Technical and Academic and Physical Standards for the EMT, from the Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. This document is available from the instructor. If students have questions about their ability to complete the coursework necessary to certify as an EMT, they should obtain the document and determine their eligibility before registering for the course.Apply Now
Certificate of Proficiency
* Tuition and fees are subject to change.
Students may start this program at the beginning of fall, spring, or summer semester. (August, January, May)
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