Bunnell EMT Class

Program Description

The EMT program offered by MCI is based on the curriculum set forth by the United States Department of Transportation. This 284 hour program uses 3 objectives for teaching; Cognitive, Affective, Psychomotor. The student must successfully pass each phase of the EMT program, which covers, didactic, hands on training, hospital rotations, and field internship which is covered in the student handbook. The student will also be taught 4 hours of HIV/Aids Education.

The following standards have been established for the EMS program set forth by Medical Career Institute, in regards to the Emergency Medical Technician – Basic program. After completion of the following, the student will be able to test for Florida or National Certification. The Emergency Medical Technician course is a diploma program. After successful completion of the program requirements set forth by MCI the student may be eligible to sit for the state licensure exam.

At the completion of the EMT Program, at MCI, the student will be able to know the following:

Be a sufficient entry level EMT-B, showing his/her ability to function properly as a new professional in the EMS field.

By the end of the course the student will have learned, comprehended and practiced on becoming a successful entry level EMT-B.

The student should be ready to sit for state or national testing.




Bunnell Campus 2018 Schedule

EMT Programs
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Flagler County A Shift
Class meets every 3rd day from
9am-6pm except for weekends

    Starts: January 15th, 2018
         Ends: May 15th, 2018

  Starts May 18th 2018
Ends; August 22nd 2018

August 28th, 2018
December 14th, 2018
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Course Requirements

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Please check the MCI catalog for information and admission criteria.
 

PROGRAM ADMISSIONS

 

1.      All requirements listed under the heading “General Admission Requirements”

2.      18 years of age. If under 18 years of age, applicant must have a parent or guardian sign consent. (Note: Students under the age of 18 may not be eligible to apply for National Registry credentialing until they reach 18 years of age.)

3.      Complete and submit a signed MCI Student application

4.      Complete and submit a signed enrollment agreement (done on the first day of class).

5.      Submit a $100.00 NON – REFUNDABLE registration fee.

6.      Copy of a current Driver’s License

7.      Copy of social security card or letter stating one has been ordered. (card must be turned in prior to graduation). A social security number is mandatory to become licensed in Florida).

8.      Provide proof of United States citizenship or residency

9.      Submit payment for program tuition and applicable fees or secure funding for a career based loan.

10.  Copy of High School Diploma, High School Completion, GED or equivalency:

a.       The following apply only to students currently enrolled in High School.

                                                               i.      Students enrolling in their senior year of high school may register for the EMT program in their last 6 months of school but will not receive a diploma until graduate from High School.

11.  Provide proof of current CPR certification by the American Heart Association (AHA) healthcare provider or a state approved CPR provider or attend a mandatory training session at the institution (not included in tuition and an additional $75.00 fee is charged for this course). If a CPR card is not submitted on the first day of class, the student may receive a card within the first (1st) week of class.

12.  Provide a completed health physical form from a State of Florida licensed physician, Nurse Practitioner or PA.  Physical forms must be complete within14 days of class starting.  Physical examination forms are available from student services.

9.      Provide proof of the following:

  • Vaccination, titer or proof of Immunity to; Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR).
  • Negative skin test for tuberculosis (PPD or TB skin test). Tuberculosis test cannot be more than 12 months old. If applicant tests positive historically or currently, a chest x-ray is required.
  • Hepatitis B vaccination series, Titer, proof of immunity or a signed Hepatitis B declination form. Hepatitis B form is available from student services.
  • Influenza vaccination or a signed refusal form. Flu waiver form is available from student services.
  • Tetanus vaccination.

10.   Students must be able to pass a background check and drug screening prior to beginning externships. A student may not have a felony or misdemeanor conviction as per Florida Statute. If you have questions regarding this issue contact the Florida Department of Health EMT/PMD/Rad Tech Certification at 4052 Bald Cypress Way, BIN C85 Tallahassee, Florida, 32399-3285, 850-488-0595, www.doh.state.fl.us/mga/EMT-Paramedic or www.FLhealthsource.com .


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