Emergency Medical Technician
In collaboration with the Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner, CCRI will offer our Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training is for people who want to work with patients in the emergency and ambulatory setting. Program graduates can expect to sit for the National Exam to become an EMT within the state of Rhode island. Students will learn a wide array of skills including vital signs, basic life support, wound care, airway management, cardiovascular emergencies and will receive extensive exam support prior to their National Examination.
The EMT training runs for approximately 14 weeks and employment assistance is included with the program.
For more information, please complete our Program Inquiry Form.
Due to the nature of this program, full immunizations, including COVID-19 vaccination are required. Exceptions may be made for students with a qualifying health condition that prohibits safely receiving the vaccine, if proper documentation is provided and approved prior to the beginning of the program.
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