LCCC Holds EMT Classes for Fall 2017
published Monday, July 24, 2017
Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) will hold Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) programs for individuals who are likely to respond to pre-hospital emergencies or those considering a medical career. Upon successful completion, the student will be eligible to test for the National Registry EMT credential. Minimum age of 16 is required.
It is highly recommended that interested candidates attend the free information sessions for the desired class location. Acceptance into the EMT program is selective and is based on minimum competency in reading and math assessments conducted at the class site. Additional requirements include the submission of a physician release form, proof of medical insurance, criminal record clearance and child abuse clearance.
EMT Basic classes are held at two off campus locations in Allentown. Cetronia Ambulance Corporation located at 4300 Broadway will host a free information session on August 12 for the EMT Basic class beginning August 27. The Emergency Medicine Institute (EMI) located at 2100 Mack Boulevard will host free information sessions on August 7, 12, and 15 for the EMT Basic class beginning September 5. Pre-registration for information sessions is requested.
An additional EMT Basic class will be held in Pottsville in partnership with the Lehigh Valley Health Network Hospital, at the Joseph F. McCloskey School of Nursing located at 420 S. Jackson Street. Free information sessions will be held at the school of nursing on August 8 and 15 for the EMT Basic class scheduled to begin September 5.
To request a brochure, call 610-799-1703. To register, visit any LCCC campus or contact our Registration and Student Records at 610-799-1197 and select “3” when prompted.