Advanced Emergency Medical TEchnician
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With the completion of the Emergency Medical Technician Program, you are now prepared to advance your skills. The Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Program at Southwest Technical College will consist of various settings including lectures, practical skills, ambulance ride-alongs, and clinical rotations within emergency room settings. The world of emergency medicine becomes a reality in this program as your mentor may allow you to administer medications, start IVs, or ventilate patients. Students who successfully complete the program may sit for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians license.
Cost includes tuition, books, fees, and supplies. Click here for scholarship and financial aid resources.
Start Dates: There are two defined start dates throughout the academic year. Enrollment space is limited. Call 435.586.2899 for more information. Want to enroll? Click here to get started.
Program Length: 6 Credit Hours (Approximately 4 academic months.)
Location: Main Campus – Health Professions and Trades Building
- Southwest Technical College Certificate of Program Proficiency
- Upon successful completion of the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician – AEMT Program, students are eligible to take the NREMT for Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT).
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“In this class you are hands-on! And you get such a close relationship with the instructors but also with the students in the class. It was not just me there to do my job and leave, we all got to know each other and it felt like a family at the end.“
Occupational Advisory Committee
Each Southwest Tech Certificate Program has an Occupational Advisory Committee that consists of industry professionals from the regions we serve. These committee members ensure that desirable, relevant, and current practices of each occupation are being taught. This program has committee members from the following organizations: