5 month course | Next semester starts January 23
99 lecture hours + 108 lab hours
The EMT program at Woodland Community College is a comprehensive curriculum for Emergency Medical Care workers in a pre-hospital environment. Practical skills training includes hands-on skills training and interactive simulations for medical emergencies and traumatic injuries. This course meets requirements of California Code of Regulations Title 22, the California EMS Authority and National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). Upon successful completion, you will be eligible to take the NREMT certifying examination and qualify for a California State EMT certification. You will be required to also complete 24 additional hours of clinical experience outside of scheduled hours per Title 22. A mandatory orientation will be held prior to the start of class.
Learn from experienced professors and instructors that have worked in the field.
Many courses are available online or evenings to work with your schedule.
With every class, you'll be earning credits that can help you transfer to a 4-year university.