EMS 131◊ Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Emergency Medical Technician-Basic’s "EMT-B" are trained in basic emergency skills and rescue techniques, based on the guidelines and recommendations of the U.S. DOT National Standard Curriculum and the Illinois Department of Public Health Division of Emergency Medical Services. Upon completion, students become eligible to take the state licensure exam.
Prerequisite: High school graduate or GED, valid CPR card (Health care Provider CPR certification), and placement or concurrent enrollment at college-level reading and writing.
Lecture: 5 hours
Laboratory: 2 hours
(course fee required)