EMT Training Program
U.S College’s Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Program is designed to provide students with the skills, knowledge, and hands-training they need to perform the duties of an entry-level Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Upon completion of the Emergency Medical Technician Program, students will be eligible to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician Exam for EMT Certification. This Program is designed for individuals who are seeking employment as entry-level EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians) at hospitals, as ambulance drivers, or as ambulance attendants.
Upon completion of the Program and earning your certificate, you should be ready to safely stabilize and safely transport patients ranging from routine medical transports to life-threatening emergencies. As an EMT, you will be trained on how to use basic equipment found in ambulances to stabilize and safely transport patients to hospitals.
The great thing about U.S College’s EMT Program is that it is short-term (only 8 weeks in length), preparing you for an exciting and rewarding career as an EMT. As the demand for health services continues to increase, becoming an EMT is a great way to advance your career.
- Duration: 8 Weeks
- Morning, Afternoon, and Evening Classes Available
- Ongoing Enrollment
- 24 Clinical Hours of Observation Emergency Room and/or Ambulance
Skills You Will Learn
U.S College’s EMT Course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to provide basic life support, trauma care, and emergency health services, allowing you to stabilize and care for patients who have suffered severe medical emergencies.
Medical emergencies you will be trained to handle include:
- Cardiovascular Emergencies
- Dying Patients
- Head Injuries
- Chest & Abdominal Injuries
- Respiratory Emergencies
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Hemorrhage Controls
The EMT Training Program will also teach students about basic human anatomy, using oxygen delivery systems, using suctioning systems, introducing you to mass casualty protocols, and handling emergency childbirth. Also, students will practice spinal immobilization, removal of patients from vehicles, rescuing patients, and trauma planning.
Emergency Medical Technician Career Outcomes
The training you receive and skills you learn will prepare you for any entry-level Emergency Medical Technician position. As an EMT, you can expect to be presented with several career opportunities.
As a graduate of the program, you may qualify for the following positions:
- Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
- Basic (EMT, B)
- Emergency Medical Technician/Driver (EMT/Driver)
- First Responder
About The EMT Program
Becoming an EMT is exciting and rewarding. If you choose to enroll in U.S College’s EMT Classes, you should be confident that you will learn the skills that you need to succeed as an entry-level EMT. Furthermore, our EMT Classes are offered year-round, with monthly enrollment available. So, there will be little to no waiting time between the time you enroll in the Program and the time you begin training to become an EMT.
U.S College’s EMT Program is short-term, preparing you for an entry-level career as an EMT in as little as 8 weeks. The Program will provide you with the knowledge and skills that you need to obtain certification as a Nationally Registered EMT. After completing your certification, you will be able to apply for rewarding EMT positions with ambulance companies and hospitals.
Behavioral, Obstetrics, Gynecological Emergencies
Infants and Children
Professional Developments, Skills Sign Offs & Final
Classes Starting December 25th, 2023!¶
EMT Program FAQs
EMTs are emergency medical technicians who provide emergency medical services to help people facing life-threatening situations. EMTs are trained to assist patients after motor vehicle collisions, administer life-saving epinephrine for patients suffering from allergic reactions, and administer CPR. So, if becoming an EMT interests you, consider enrolling in US College’s Short-Term EMT Training Program.