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Class Title Section Start • End Dates County Description Start Date End Date Instructor Name Location Building/Room Hours (CEUs) Class Meetings Enrollment Inst. Method Cost Books Registration
EMT INITIAL NATIONAL REGISTRYH11681/8 - 6/14HarnettThe Emergency Medical Technician-NR course establishes the basic knowledge needed to provide, under medical authority, prehospital emergency care and to pass the National Registry licensure exam. Students will acquire basic life support knowledge through a combination of classroom instruction, practical laboratory exercises and clinical experience in hospitals. Students will acquire a thorough understanding of criminal, civil and vehicle laws pertaining to the EMT's services; develop understanding and knowledge of human anatomy and physiology; deal calmly and efficiently with childbirth, injuries, poisonings and other medical emergencies such as heart disorders, strokes and diabetes; and in general be able to provide basic life support for seriously/critically ill patients.January 8, 2018June 14, 2018Kimberly JonesHHSC (Harnett Health Sciences Ctr) (opens in a new window)Harnett Health Science Ctr, room 0145320.00 (0.00)n/a17 seats of 30 available 1TR-Traditional$185.55n/a
EMT INITIAL NATIONAL REGISTRYL11671/8 - 6/14LeeThe Emergency Medical Technician-NR course establishes the basic knowledge needed to provide, under medical authority, prehospital emergency care and to pass the National Registry licensure exam. Students will acquire basic life support knowledge through a combination of classroom instruction, practical laboratory exercises and clinical experience in hospitals. Students will acquire a thorough understanding of criminal, civil and vehicle laws pertaining to the EMT's services; develop understanding and knowledge of human anatomy and physiology; deal calmly and efficiently with childbirth, injuries, poisonings and other medical emergencies such as heart disorders, strokes and diabetes; and in general be able to provide basic life support for seriously/critically ill patients.January 8, 2018June 14, 2018Chelsea PruittESTC (Emergency Services Training) (opens in a new window)Emergency Services, room 0101320.00 (0.00)n/a18 seats of 30 available 1TR-Traditional$185.55n/a
EMT INITIAL NATIONAL REGISTRY (Online Hybrid)C11751/8 - 6/16ChathamThe Emergency Medical Technician-NR course establishes the basic knowledge needed to provide, under medical authority, prehospital emergency care and to pass the National Registry licensure exam. Students will acquire basic life support knowledge through a combination of classroom instruction, practical laboratory exercises and clinical experience in hospitals. Students will acquire a thorough understanding of criminal, civil and vehicle laws pertaining to the EMT's services; develop understanding and knowledge of human anatomy and physiology; deal calmly and efficiently with childbirth, injuries, poisonings and other medical emergencies such as heart disorders, strokes and diabetes; and in general be able to provide basic life support for seriously/critically ill patients.January 8, 2018June 16, 2018Michael BraxtonDESC (Distance Ed-Siler City) (opens in a new window)Distance Ed-Siler City, room 0001320.00 (0.00)n/a21 seats of 30 available 1HY-Hybrid$185.55n/a
PARAMEDIC INITIAL PART 1H23027/17 - 6/3HarnettThis course must follow the guidelines established by the NC Office of EMS. The Office of EMS must approve courses that include portions delivered via distance education. The curriculum for the Paramedic educational program shall be the 2009, or most current release of the United States Department of Transportation (US DOT) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) National Education Standards. The Paramedic program must be conducted by an approved Advanced Educational Institution as defined in the rules of the North Carolina Medical Care Commission. The lead instructor for the Paramedic educational program must be a NC credentialed Level II EMS Instructor at the Paramedic level as defined in the rules of the North Carolina Medical Care Commission. Student prerequisites: A) Successful completion of an EMT educational program. Though a current and valid Credential is not required, an Educational Institution maintains the right to include this as a Prerequisite. B) High school diploma or high school equivalent; C) Reading comprehension and English language skills on the post-secondary level. D) Compliance with the mathematical skills on the post-secondary level E) Anatomy and Physiology (Minimum EMS-3000).July 17, 2017June 3, 2018Richard StumpHHSC (Harnett Health Sciences Ctr) (opens in a new window)Harnett Health Science Ctr, room 0145600.00 (0.00)n/a4 seats of 30 available 1TR-Traditional$185.55n/a

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