Emergency Medical Technician

Become an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) and let us show you how to become a life saver.

Emergency Medical Technician

Want to be a lifesaver? Jump into the world of emergency medicine feet first at Southwest Technical College. The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Program provides practical, clinical, and observational experiences. This program equips you with the ability to handle adrenaline pumping situations while providing the best care for patients. Learn how to assess the needs of patients, check vital signs, and administer medications. In addition to the classroom setting, you will also experience ambulance ride-alongs. The course schedule is demanding and the rigor will prepare you to sit for licensure in the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians Certification.

How long does it take?



(Approx. 3 months)

How much does it cost?
When can I get started?

The Emergency Medical Technician Program is offered in the fall each year. Additional sections may be offered in the future. Call 435.586.2899 for more information.

Want to enroll? Click here to get started.

What careers can I get?

With an education in Emergency Medical Technician, you could potentially get a job as:

  • 911 EMS Service
  • Transport Ambulance Service
  • Emergency Room Technician

For more information on gainful employment details, please click here.

Become a Student

Want to become a student at Southwest Tech? Click below to get started.


“My experience at Southwest Tech has been excellent. Not only was it a good education, but it was enjoyable. Southwest Technical College was the best choice for me.”
Bennett Olsen

“I wanted to do more and I looked into Southwest Technical College. It has been the best decision that I have ever made. I wish I had done it years ago. If there’s any reason that you’re considering doing something different, give it a try and go for it. I’m so excited about my future.”
Mishelle Cacho

coe-logoSouthwest Technical College is accredited by the Commision of the Council on Occupational Education. Information regarding accreditation may be obtained at www.council.org.