Cedarville University

EMT

January 15, 2013 from 6:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.

The course includes didactic instruction, laboratory practice and clinical experience in a variety of settings. Lecture and Laboratory experiences are coordinated with clinical experiences.Each student is expected to complete 20 hours of clinicals in addition to the classroom commitment. The EMS education training courses give students fundamental skills and intense training to prepare them for the National Registry Exam. After completing the course and passing the NRE, students will be qualified to provide emergent care in a pre-hospital setting to their level of certification.

Classes will be held every Tuesdays and Thursdays from January 15 to April 25.

Campus Facilities

Callan Athletic Center 201, 202, 207 [Tour]

Campus Contact Information

Ms. Linda Chrystal
Program Coordinator
937-766-2211
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Meeting, Presentation, Continuing Education