A regional approach to workforce development
The Emergency Medical Services field offers many exciting and rewarding careers where you can make a difference in people's lives. In addition to a career as an emergency medical technician (EMT), becoming certified as an EMT can be a stepping-stone leading to many other career opportunities such as becoming a firefighter, emergency room technician or paramedic.
In the field of emergency medical services, job security is guaranteed. It is not a field that is affected by trends. There will always be injuries, illnesses and emergencies that require our services.
Spring Semester, March 24 - May 21, 2014
ENGL-083 Sentence Skills for College Writing- 3 units
Summer Semester, June 02 - August 08, 2014
EMS-010 Emergency Medical Technician- 8 units
EMS-014 Healthcare Provider CPR- .3 unit
COUNS-034 College Success- 1unit
Total units required - 12.3
Funding provided by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office Grant No: 10-0091. Student is
responsible for tuition and fees of $512 plus school supplies and parking. Books, uniforms, first aid supplies provided at no charge to the student.