EMTs provide vital medical care to sick and injured people in emergency situations, such as a car accident, heart attack, or fire, while also transporting them to medical facilities. EMTs must know how to assess an emergency scene, control bleeding, apply splints, assist with childbirth, administer oxygen, perform CPR, and other basic life support skills.
This course prepares you for the National Registry EMT-Basic Certification CAT and practical exam. Through lectures, hands-on practical training, and emergency department observation time, it covers basic human anatomy and physiology, response to emergencies, and the treatment and transportation of ill or injured individuals. Job prospects for EMTs should be good, particularly in cities and private ambulance services.
Duration: 154 hours
Location: Danielson Campus
Instructor: Code 1 Training Solutions
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