Emergency Medical Technician
The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) class consists of 180 hours of course work and adheres to all national and state guidelines. Classes are usually held two or three sessions per week for a semester. Graduates of the course are eligible to participate in the National Registry examination to become licensed as Emergency Medical Technicians in the State of Wisconsin. Advanced EMT is a 150-hour course which adheres to state guidelines and prepares experienced EMTs in advanced life support, including IVs, and administration of select medications offered upon request.
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