Emergency Medical Responder Certificate of Accomplishment (CE)
About the Program
The Career Certificate in Emergency Medical Responder is designed to prepare the student for a job such as firefighter, lifeguard and police officer.
Possible jobs for this certificate include firefighter, lifeguard, police officer, and ski patrol member
- Upon completion of the Certificate of Accomplishment in Emergency Medical Responder, students are able to competent as an entry-level Emergency Medical Responder in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains with exit points at the Emergency Medical Responder levels and certified to provide Basic Life Support CPR.
- Upon completion of the Certificate of Accomplishment in Emergency Medical Responder, students are competent and prepared for employment as a Lifeguard, Police Officer, and/or Search and Rescue Squad member.
- Upon completion of the Certificate of Accomplishment in Emergency Medical Responder, students are prepared to become an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) through registration with the National Registry of EMT's.
Required Core: (3.5 Units)
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|EMS 30||Emergency Medical Responder||3|
|EMS 70||CPR for Health Care Providers||.5|
Total Units: 3.5
This certificate is not transcripted. This group of courses provides industry-based professional development. Individual courses will appear on transcript. See a counselor for further information.