East San Gabriel Valley Regional Occupational Program and Technical Center

EMT

Location

East San Gabriel Valley ROP/TC

1501 Del Norte Street, West Covina, CA  91790

 

8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Mr. Richling

 

Upcoming Period of Enrollment

Now through 6/2018

Monday -  Friday


Additional SuppliesEmergency Medical Technician Flyer

Required Supplies

 

Certificate Program Description

An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is an entry-level patient care provider in the field of emergency medical services.  Many paramedics, doctors, nurses, and firefighters have used their EMT education and experience as a stepping-stone to their new career. EMTs have the knowledge and skills to provide emergency care and transportation of patients. They can work in a variety of roles and are often the first on the scene of accidents, medical emergencies, and natural disasters. 

 

Prerequisites: Pass back ground check (within the first week of school), 18 years of age at the time of final exam, California identification,  Live scan (fingerprint) clearance with-in 3 months performed during course, and pass entrance assessment.

 

Proof of the following immunizations must also be provided: Hepatitis B Vaccine/immunity: A Hepatitis-B vaccine (start of 3 shot series or signed refusal for) Proof of Hepatitis-B vaccine, shot series, positive Hep-B titer, Or, signed refusal form.   Tuberculosis: A negative TB skin test during the course, or a negative chest x-ray for positive skin tests. 

Technology Requirements: Flash Drive, Wrist Watch with 2nd hand, Pen-Lite, Blood Pressure cuff/Stethoscope.

Required Supplies: Uniform, Boots, 3 ring binder, tab dividers, highlighters, pens/pencils.

 

Licensure Passing Rates Disclosures

 

Career Outcomes

Students who successfully complete 480 hours of classroom instruction and 168 + of industry related skill training with the grade of 80% or better qualify to take the National Registry Examination.

 

Admission Requirements

1.  Must be a high school graduate or possess a GED.

2.  Achieve a passing score on the appropriate entrance assessment.

3.  Pass a criminal background check.

 

Program Outline

Course Number Course Title Classroom Clock Work-Base 
EMT101 Introduction to EMS 60  
EMT102 Patient Assessment & Common Emergencies 60  
EMT201 EMT Foundations 60  
EMT202 Pathophysiology & Airway Management 30  
EMT203 Patient Assessment 60  
EMT204 Medical Emergencies 60  
EMT205 Shock & Resuscitation 30  
EMT206 Trauma Emergencies 60  
EMT207 Special Patient Populations  30  
EMT208 EMS Operations  30  
EMT209 NREMT Preparation/Clinical Skills  30 90
Total Vocational Core 510 90
Grand Total Vocational Core 600


A course is a self-contained unit of instruction.  Students can enter at the beginning of any course and continue in the cycle until completion of the program.

 

Tuition and Fees - EMT

Tuition and Fees - EMT Core

2015 Annual Completion Placement Licensure Report

2014 Annual Completion Placement Licensure Report

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