EMM 270 - Emergency Medical Technician-B
Prepares the student to serve as a certified Emergency Medical Technician at the basic level. This is a required course for students pursuing a career as a professional EMT in a public or private emergency medical services agency. Students who successfully complete the classroom, laboratory and practical components of the course and meet the national certification prerequisites may take the national examination. Successful passing of the national exam will certify the student to function in the pre-hospital care of the sick and injured at EMT-B level. Must have a current American Heart health care provider CPR card (BLS) by the third class. Driver’s license by the first class. 18 years old by the published Owens’ first day of exam week. Due to hour requirements, students must attend class on all College observed holidays during enrolled semester. Student must obtain a BCI or FBI criminal records check by the third class. If any convictions are discovered that conflict with ORC 4765 the student may be denied admission into the course. The type of criminal records check will be determined by the State of residence and length of time of residency in the State.
Prerequisites: Driver’s License (first day of class). AHA BLS CPR card (by third class). Be 18 years old by the first day of Owens’ published exam week.
Credits: 5(Lec: 4 Lab: 4)
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