Emergency Medical Technician (EMT – Basic)
This course is designed to train individuals to become emergency medical personnel. Topics covered include patient assessment, basic life support techniques, CPR and AED, Oxygen administration, patient trauma care, etc. Upon successful completion, it is recommended that the student participate in written certification examinations administered by the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services. Class hours: 184. Field internship hours: 16.
Entry requirements: Must be a high school graduate or possess a GED and have a tenth grade reading level. All students are required to take a reading assessment. Medical records including childhood vaccinations, tuberculosis testing, and Hepatitis B vaccine or declination will be required within the first month of class. Medical records including childhood vaccinations, tuberculosis testing, Hepatitis B vaccine, Varicella, and Influenza are required.
Basic classes usually start the first of January and the middle of August.
Emergency Service Personnel, if you have never applied to Stanly Community College, please do so here.
Contact Dr. Tammy Crump, Associate Vice President of Health & Public Services & Crutchfield, at (704) 991-0267 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.