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Tue, Jun 02


West EMS

Emergency Medical Technician Course #20153

Are you ready to become an EMT??? Join us either in-person, or ONLINE, beginning in June to kick off your EMS career!!

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Emergency Medical Technician Course #20153
Emergency Medical Technician Course #20153

Time & Location

Jun 02, 2020, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

West EMS, 411 Meadow Dr, West, TX 76691, USA

About the event

Students may join in-person, or virtually online, during the classroom times, but must be present for all skills practices, skills testing, clinicals, and exams. 

Please email to receive an application with further information, or call 888-849-8736 for further assistance. Students must pay a deposit of $250 to secure their spot in the course, full tuition is due by the first class date. 


Contact Information:, 888-849-8736

Course Meeting Days and Times:  June 2nd – August 18th, 2020

                                                     Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1800-2200 96 hrs

                                                     Saturdays: June 20th, 2020, 0800-1600 8 hrs

                                                     July 11th, 2020, 0800-1600 8 hrs 

                                                     Aug 15th, 2020, 0800-1600 8 hrs

                                                     Total Classroom Hours 120hrs

Clinicals-to be scheduled after course start

Course Price: $750/person, plus the price of the book and access to MyLab Brady (required) (approx $175)

Course Location: 

                                West EMS

                                411 Meadow Drive

                                West, TX 76691

Course Description:

The Emergency Medical Technician course meets the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) and the National Registry of EMT required for certification requirements. Upon successful completion of the EMT course, students will be eligible challenge the National Registry of EMT certification examination. This course includes all of the skills necessary to provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level with an ambulance service or other specialized service. The clinical sessions are health-related, work-based learning experiences that help enable the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skill, and concepts. The course is a 15-week course that consists of 120 hours of classroom lectures and skills training that is complemented with an internship including 48 hours of practical experience aboard an ambulance and 24 hours of clinical experience in the emergency department in the hospital setting.


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