This certificate prepares students for the EMT-B State Licensure Test. The extensive curriculum includes medical aspects, legal terminology, pharmacology, childbirth, and life saving techniques, such as CPR. The EMT candidate will participate in hands-on training in clinical and practical applications in hospital settings and field time, such as auto extrications. Testing is done periodically in the classroom, as well as practical settings.
The Emergency Medical Technician Basic Certificate has specific admission requirements.
Admission to the College does not guarantee admission to the program.
Students will be notified of status by mail after November 1st for Fall and June 1st for Spring. The SSC EMT program does not wait list applicants from one year to the next; therefore, applicants who are not selected must reapply for successive years.
|Overview for College Success||Credits|
|OCS 121||Overview for College Success||1|
|Overview for College Success (OCS 121) is a class that will help you plan and assist you in becoming a better student and support you in your work/life balance. OCS 121 credit is not calculated in the course minimum credit totals listed in this section.|
|EMT 215||Emergency Medical Training||8|
|Minimum for Certificate:||8|
For questions regarding the Emergency Medical Technician Program, please call the Allied Health/Careers Department at (708) 596-2000 x 2204 or visit Room 4457.
To make an appointment with the Allied Health Career Advisor, Kathryn Melin Eberhardt, please contact the Counseling Department at (708) 596-2000 ext. 5724.