If your desire is to be an EMT, Randolph Community College can help! We offer emergency medical training from the Medical Responder level to the Paramedic level.
This is an 80-hour class. Upon completion, students must take and pass the state medical responder exam to be credentialed.
This is a 200 hour course. After completion, students must take and pass the state EMT exam to be credentialed. Evening program takes approximately 4 months to complete; the daytime class can be completed in as little as 6 weeks.
Prerequisites: High school graduate (or equivalent), 10th grade reading competency, minimum of age 18.
596 class hours plus 500 clinical/field internship hours. Requires EMT-Basic to start and state examination upon completion. Anatomy and Physiology is also required. Course lasts approximately 12 months.
Prerequisites: High school graduate (or equivalent), 10th grade math, and 12th grade reading and language competency, and completion of EMT-Basic.
EMT programs require a significant amount of physical agility for successful completion.
We offer a variety of specialized courses including International Trauma Life Support (ITLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), and Geriatric Emergency Services (GEMS), Pediatric Education for Pre-hospital Providers (PEPP) leading to separate certifications. Prerequisites are based on individual courses.