2018-2019 Catalog

EMT - EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

EMT 1670 EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONDER

The Emergency Medical Responder course is designed to prepare students to identify hazardous conditions and safely provide medical intervention for medical and trauma emergencies.  Upon successful completion of the course students will receive a certificate of completion, be able to sit for the State of WY final exam, apply to the State of WY for EMR Certification, and be eligible to take the National Registry (NREMT) exam for the EMR level.  This entry level training enables students to seek employment in the field of pre-hospital emergency medicine as paid or volunteer providers and provides an important professional link into other allied health professions.

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Prerequisites

Enrollment by Instructor Permission only. See Instructor for additional prerequisites.

EMT 1690 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN

The Emergency Medical Technician course is designed to prepare students to identify hazardous conditions and safely provide medical intervention for medical and trauma emergencies.  Upon successful completion of the course students will receive a certificate of completion, be able to sit for the State of WY final exam, apply to the State of WY for EMT licensure, and be eligible to take the National Registry of EMT’s exam.  This entry level training enables students to seek employment in the field of pre-hospital emergency medicine as paid or volunteer providers and provides an important professional link into other allied health professions.

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Prerequisites

Students must submit a letter of interest in the course addressing the stated requirements to enroll. See instructor for additional prerequisites.

EMT 1695 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES SPECIAL OPERATIONS

This course will provide the student with additional in depth knowledge of special operations within the field of Emergency Medical Services; including hazardous materials operations, working with law enforcement at crime scenes, fire ground operations, and other non-routine EMS operations.

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EMT 2470 EMS INTERNSHIP

This course is designed to give students a more in depth look at the EMS career field and keep them engaged in the EMS field during the summer break. This allows students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience, continue to use/practice skills obtained in the EMT and AEMT courses from their freshman year and demonstrate their mastery of subject matter to prospective employers. The student will have already been licensed by the State at the AEMT level and will be expected to perform to that level during their Internship. The student will be put in a grand total of 125 hours of time spread over 5 weeks and will receive 2 credit hours of Internship credit towards their degree.

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Prerequisites

Successful completion of EMT 2500 and Wyoming State Licensure at the Advanced EMT Level

EMT 2500 ADVANCED EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN

The Advanced Emergency Medical Technician course is designed to prepare students to build on the concepts learned in the Emergency Medical Technician course and safely provide advanced medical interventions for medical and trauma emergencies.  Upon successful completion of the course students will receive a certificate of completion, be able to sit for the State of WY and/or the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician final exam, apply to the State of WY for AEMT licensure. This entry level training enables students to seek employment in the field of pre-hospital emergency medicine as paid or volunteer providers and provides an important professional link into other allied health professions.

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Prerequisites

Enrollment by instructor permission only. See instructor for additional prerequisites.

EMT 2530 INTERMEDIATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN

The Intermediate Emergency Medical Technician course is designed to prepare students to build on the concepts learned in the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician course and safely provide advanced medical interventions for medical and trauma emergencies.  Upon successful completion of the course students will receive a certificate of completion, be able to sit for the State of WY and/or the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician final exam, apply to the State of WY for IEMT licensure. This advanced level training enables students to seek employment in the field of pre-hospital emergency medicine as paid or volunteer providers and provides an important professional link into other allied health professions.

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Prerequisites

Enrollment by instructor permission only. See instructor for additional prerequisites.