Chesapeake this fall added the Emergency Medical Technician certificate to the list of health professions programs available at the college.
For more information about the EMT certificate, click here http://www.chesapeake.edu/alliedhealth/ems
A certificate is required for employment as an EMT and can be a gateway to other credentials within the Emergency Medical Services field.
The Chesapeake program was developed in response to community and industry requests, and emphasizes experiential learning the EMT will use in the field.
The seven-credit letter of recognition program, offered in sessions throughout the academic year, will meet twice per week. With the advanced simulators and clinical equipment, students will have hands-on learning opportunities right on campus in the Health Professions and Athletics Center.
Both the National Registry and State of Maryland certification exams will be administered on campus.
For more information about applying for the EMT certificate or other health professions program, please contact Loraine Holden at firstname.lastname@example.org