Advanced EMT (Previously EMT-Enhanced)

FALL 2014 AEMT 

Pretest - April 12, 2015

To Register- email: Valerie Quick

MUST BE A CURRENT EMT

Pretest Components:

  • Reading test, EMT scenarios, multiplication/division of fractions and decimals.

  Synopsis of the Program:

  • Students in this program bridge from the EMT to the Advanced EMT level. This bridge program builds on the EMT knowledge and skills. Human systems, pathophysiology, patient assessment, IV fluid management, pharmacology and basic skills are some of the focused areas in this class.

 

Advanced EMT- bridge course consists of the following areas:

  • Didactic & Laboratory: Combined minimum of 88 hours
  • Clinical Education: Minimum of48 hours
  • Field Internship: Minimum of 48 hours

  * Minimum numbers of AEMT competencies must be completed prior to certification testing. For example fifteen IV starts and fifteen medication administrations are required. Some students will require more than 48 hours of clinical education to complete all the competencies. Clinical rotations may be scheduled on dayshifts, nightshifts, weekends and weekdays. Some of these times will be predetermined by the unit.

  ** During the field internship the AEMT must function as a team leader on ten calls. Some students may have to spend more than 48 hours collecting these calls.

 

Estimated Costs:

  • Tuition: $600, T-shirt - $25, Parking - $30, NR Testing Fee $100
  • Other costs – stethoscope, blue/black pants, black shoes, immunizations
  • Textbook: AAOS, Advanced Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured, 2nd Ed.

 

For more information - email: Valerie Quick

 

NOTE: you must be a certified EMT-Basic to take the Enhanced/Advanced Class.