Degrees, Certificates, & Transfer Programs
For current 2021-2022 degree and certificate requirements, see the new Foothill College Academic Catalog.
Non-Credit: Emergency Medical Technology (summer 2020 through winter 2021) 2020-2021
The following program requirements apply to summer quarter 2020 through winter quarter 2021. For current requirements, refer to the Non-Credit: Emergency Medical Technology program listing. If you have any questions, please meet with a Foothill counselor.
The Certificate of Completion in Emergency Medical Technology provides practical skills and knowledge for entry-level students interested in a career as an EMT. It prepares students to respond and provide life saving care to emergent and non-emergent incidents that involve victims of illness or injury. Students also learn to provide non-emergent patient care and inter-facility transportation. Upon successful completion of this certificate, the student will be eligible to take the National Registry EMT-B written exam for certification.
Program Learning Outcomes:
-The student will be able to perform as a competent, entry level EMT in accordance with Title 22, providing life saving care during emergent and non-emergent incidents that involve victims of illness or injury.
-The student will be eligible to take the National Registry EMT-B written exam for certification.
- Certificate(s): 324 hours
Emergency Medical Technology Certificate of Completion (324 hours)
EMS 400 Emergency Medical Response Noncredit (96 hours)
EMS 401 Emergency Medical Technician: Basic Part A Noncredit (84 hours)
EMS 401A Emergency Medical Technician Simulation Laboratory I Noncredit (18 hours)
EMS 402 Emergency Medical Technician: Basic Part B Noncredit (108 hours)
EMS 402A Emergency Medical Technician Simulation Laboratory II Noncredit (18 hours)
2020-2021 | Status: Approved | Modified: 2021-03-05 10:44:55 | Dept Code: EMS