Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
The Emergency Medical Services program at CCCC and its Emergency Services Training Center train the people who provide the first critical response.
EMS Classes are conducted at various emergency medical services agencies, rescue, and fire departments in Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties. Initial classes are held at the college's campuses. North Carolina emergency response agency members are exempt from course registration fees. Books and supplies are not included. Students earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) credit for each class they complete.
Training & NC Certificate Programs
- Medical Responder (MR) Basic First Aid
- Medical Technician (EMT) Basic first aid and airway management
- EMT-I - advanced airway management, intravenous access, and basic medications; and Paramedic - advanced airway management, intravenous access, oral and IV medications, cardiac monitor, and cardiac defibrillation.
For information on becoming an emergency response agency member, contact your local fire department, rescue squad, or EMS provider.
View the ESTC schedule for class dates and times