Enrollment Information during COVID-19
We are not currently enrolling for an EMT class, but these are steps you can complete to prepare for when we schedule the next program.
- Use WorkKeys Practice Tests
- Schedule your WorkKeys Assessment
- Email Lisa Carter your high school or GED diploma and/or transcripts. email@example.com
As of June 1, 2020 our campuses are open to visitors with limited office hours. Current Campus Office Hours. It is recommended to schedule visits by calling 513-645-8200 or emailing Public Safety Secretary Lisa Carter firstname.lastname@example.org. Our staff also continues to work from home to help you stay on track to get enrolled and answer your questions. If you are interested in touring a campus, please email email@example.com.
For the safety of all, you will be required to wear a mask upong entering our campus buildings. We ask that you adhere to the 6 foot social distancing recommendations and avoid visiting if you don’t feel well. Thank you for your cooperation as we navigate these new guidelines!
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Would you like to be the first one to respond to actual emergency situations in your community? An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is the first line of pre-hospital care.
Typically, an EMT is one of the first responders on the scene and will assess the nature and extent of the injuries or illness, provide the appropriate emergency care and determine transportation needs. EMTs manage airway and breathing problems, control bleeding, treat shock and more as they stabilize patients before transporting them to medical facilities.
This course is designed for the individual who wants to become an EMT or get his/her EMT Certification as a prerequisite to attending the Paramedic Academy.
Part Time | 150 Hours
Upcoming Programs: TBD (will be in first half of 2021)
Tuition $1,075 | Books/Supplies $292
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Steps for Enrollment
* Must be 18 years old (or 17 and in senior year of high school)
Industry Recognized Credentials
Our students will be prepared to take the NREMT exam to receive their Ohio Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certification
- EMS operations
- Medical emergencies and management
- Trauma emergencies
- Many other topics required by the State of Ohio Emergency Medical Technician curriculum
Where Can I Work?
- City fire departments
- Rescue squads
- Private ambulance companies
- Corporate entities
2018 Median Pay (Bureau of Labor Statistics) : $30,000 per year | $14.42 per hour