The 256-hour Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Class begins in August:
Classes will be held online with skills two nights a week dependent on location from 6:00pm to 10:00pm.
Classes begin at these campuses on:
Dates to be determined
- Application/Enrollment completed
- KeyTrain Test available through the Career Connections Center [CCC]
Financial arrangements MUST be in place by the first night of class.
The cost of the EMT Class for in-district students is $905.00, out-of-district is $1,417.00. Out of State tuition is $1929.00.
*The Paramedic Program requires students to successfully complete the EMT and Anatomy & Physiology (A&P) prerequisites. The A&P course begins at 9:00 a.m. February 5, 2019. This Tuesday/Thursday class will be taught by distance education originating from the Poteau campus. The following items are required to begin the A & P prerequisite:
- Enrollment form
- Verification of funding
- KeyTrain Test [minimum score 4]
- Learning Styles Assessment
*The Paramedic course will begin in April 23, 2019 and the deadline to complete your Paramedic Application for acceptance into the program is April 29, 2019. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER APRIL 29, 2019.
This training will allow you many opportunities to work in the health care field. Examples: Ambulance Services; Fire Departments; Hospital Emergency Departments; Clinics; Industrial EMS, including off-shore; and medical flight services.
Drug testing and National Criminal background checks will be required on EMT and Paramedic
- Must be 18 years of age to be certified
- Must take the KeyTrain and Learning Styles Assessments. (available through the Career Connections Center)
- High school diploma or GED
- Must pass the EMT and A&P prerequisites before beginning the Paramedic course.
Only the Paramedic Program is approved for Financial Aid. Read more about Financial Aid information for these programs here.