Allied Health Department
Union Avenue Campus
H Building, Room 106
Emergency Medical Technology
Glenn Faught, Program Coordinator
Welcome to the Emergency Medical Technology Program and thank you for considering our program. Our mission is to provide competent entry-level Emergency Medical Professionals for the practice of out-of-hospital emergency medical care.
In order to become licensed as a Basic EMT you must first be admitted into the college. You must be 18 years-of-age or older, be a High School or GED graduate and have no felony convictions. Once registration opens choose your classes. We offer two tracks:
- Two Semester Track: The two semester track meets two days a week for two semesters. The first semester which is offered at various times during the week allows you to take 10 hours consisting of EMT Intro and Basic I. In the second semester you will take seven (7) hours.
- One Semester Track: The one semester track consists of a weekend class meeting on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. and taking Intro, Basic 1 and Basic 2. These sections are now open. However, there are only a few seats left.
Our programs are special admission. (Unless there is a college admission conflict, you may enter our program.) If you have any questions contact Glenn Faught by email.