Did you know you can become an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in just seven weeks? It’s a field in demand – according to Indeed.com, there are currently about 60 openings for EMTs in our region.
You’ll train under experienced paramedics and get hands-on learning in our modern labs and ambulance. As an EMT, you can work for EMS (Emergency Medical Service) organizations, hospitals, outpatient care centers, physician offices and local governments. Once you have your EMT license, your next career step can include becoming a paramedic, firefighter/EMT, ER technician and more.
The application deadline is July 30. Learn more: Hodges.edu.