The EMT-53, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), 9 unit course follows California mandated curriculum. Classroom and learning laboratory experiences include the function and structure of human systems and basic life support skills. Students are required to complete twenty-four (24) hours of supervised clinical experience, which includes a minimum of ten (10) patient contacts during which the student's performance is evaluated based on quality of patient assessment BLS skills. Each student will be required to undergo a background check, drug screen, physical, and provide appropriate vaccinations (at students expense) in order to complete the clinical phase of the course. To qualify for the National Registry Exam (additional fee), students must pass with a 75%, hold a current BLS card, and be 18 years of age.
American Heart Association
“BLS for The Healthcare Provider”
|9 Units ($46/unit)
Lab- On Campus
|Hartnell College 2020-2021 Catalog||~$414.00|
|Textbook||Emergency Care, 14th edition, Michael F. O'Keefe, Daniel Limmer, Edward T. Dickinson
|Uniforms||Uniforms will be required for the course. Navy blue polo with no logos and navy-blue
EMS pants. You will also need black boots and a black belt. You may not participate
in class if you are out of uniform.
|EMS Testing Subscription||https://my.platinumed.com/createaccount||~$49.00|