This laboratory course helps develop overall patient management skills required for Basic EMT. Covers equipment, assessment, evaluation, treatment, documentation, communication, and more. Course meets the practical recommendations of the United States Department of Transportation, National Traffic Safety Administration, National Emergency Medical Services Core Content, Scope of Practice Model, National Education Standards, and the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions Curriculum Supplement. Provides preparation for the National Registry standard practical examination.
Credit for Prior College-Level Learning
Credit for EMS 100, EMS 107, and EMS 109 (Corequisites) can be granted upon the presentation of a CURRENT EMT-Basic license from the State of Michigan and a National Registry of EMT-B certification.