The class will meet Wednesdays, Feb. 3 through May 26 plus one Saturday each month.
It will be taught by certified Nebraska Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) instructors in the hybrid “flipped” classroom style. Students are expected to complete the online coursework prior to each class meeting. The classroom portion will meet for hands-on skills. Upon completion of the class, students must take and pass the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) written and practical exam and complete a State of Nebraska application to be licensed in Nebraska.
The EMT bridge class will be taught in conjunction with the EMT class.
EMT (HLTH 1750, 5 credits): Prepares the student for Nebraska licensure as a basic life support Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). This course meets State of Nebraska guidelines for EMT and prepares the student to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) exam.
EMT Bridge (HLTH 1870, 3 credits): Covers the material necessary for a student to progress from the level of Emergency Medical Responder to Emergency Medical Technician. The course meets State of Nebraska guidelines for EMT and prepares the student to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) exam. CPR certification and current Emergency Medical Responder license required to take this course.
The fee for each class includes in-state tuition, fees, digital text and assessment package. Payment is due at the time of registration. Early registration is encouraged because classes fill quickly; registrations will be honored in the order they are received.
Individuals must have a current BLS Health Care Provider CPR card or its equivalent before they can take the class.