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EMT Student

The EMT Student must have basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology, medical terminology and sterile techniques. The course emphasizes treating traumatic injuries and medical emergencies as well as treating minor disorders and emotional problems.

Successful completion of the EMT course qualifies the student to sit for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians' certifying exam. Once certified as a California EMT you can choose to work in any county in California.

Graduates of the Emergency Medical Technology program are prepared for entry-level employement as a professional and Emergency Medical Technician in order to meet the needs of the local health care community.

What do students need to know before entering the SAC EMT Program?  

What can a student do with an EMT Certificate?​

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